- Italian ro-pax ferry contacted breakwater, damaged, Greece
- Thirty-Eight Crew Members on Disney Wonder Reportedly Test Positive for COVID-19
- Ruby Princess coronavirus deaths to be subject of criminal investigation by NSW Police homicide squad
- Master of K-LINE car carrier found dead in his cabin
- USS Theodore Roosevelt: COVID-19 cases rise, evacuation of sailors underway
- TORM Aframax tanker reported 3 crew including woman injured in boat fall
- U.S. Navy Probe to Decide Future of Fired Commander
- Natural Gas Glut Moves Offshore
- Shin Kurushima Dockyard Gets ClassNK AiP for LNG-Fueled Chemical Tanker Design
- Ferry feared sunk by cyclone, 60 people missing, Solomon islands
- COVID-19: IMO Chief Seeks UN Support over Keyworker Designation for Crew
- New Cluster of Coronavirus Cases Emerges at Keppel Shipyard
- Two Holland America Cruise Ships Dock in Florida
- Svitzer Bags Five-Year Contract Extension with NuStar
- ECSA: Maritime-Specific Rescue and Recovery Plan Is Urgently Needed
WTO’s goods barometer suggests slow growth of world trade
World merchandise trade is expected to remain below trend into the fourth quarter of 2019, according to the World Trade Organization’s latest Goods Trade Barometer.
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World’s Largest Containership to Start Sailing at the End of AprilThe delivery of 24,000 TEU containerships to South Korean shipping company HMM will not be delayed by the ongoing impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the shipbuilding industry.
Global Schedule Reliability Hits Record LowGlobal schedule reliability of liner shipping companies dropped to the lowest recorded level since Sea-Intelligence introduced the score in 2011.
Wharfies Refuse to Unload Boxship in Melbourne amid COVID-19 ConcernsWharfies at the DP World terminal in Melbourne, Australia refused to unload a container vessel last night citing safety risks to workers and the community.
Coronavirus Pandemic Sets Off a New Wave of Blank SailingsJust as the number of blank sailings out of China by container carriers started to subside, the industry is bracing for another surge on the Asia-Europe trade as the coronavirus pandemic spreads to Europe.
MUA: Maritime Employers Need to Take Vital Steps to Save Australian Supply ChainsThe Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) has urged major businesses in Australia’s maritime supply chain to implement “a consistent, industry-wide framework” aimed at preventing coronavirus transmission on worksites.
- Philippine Coast Guard Takes Possession Of “Gabriela Silang”
- Carnival Cruise Line Names Newest Vista-Class Ship
- Simorgh drone joining Iran’s Navy
- Myanmar Navy’s New LPD ‘Moattama’ In Vladivostok