Americas

A plan to deepen the Mississippi River Ship Channel to 50 feet, equal to that of the Panama Canal, has received the key backing of the US Army Corps of…
Contecon Guayaquil, International Container Terminal Services Inc’s (ICTSI) largest port project in Latin America, has pledged renewed support and commitment as the Ecuadorian government announced the construction of key landside…
AET, the petroleum logistics unit of Malaysia’s MISC, has won its first contract with Shell in Brazil to time charter one new-build dynamic positioning (IMO Class 2) shuttle tanker (DPST).…
A critical review by Intertanko of the damage caused to hundreds of ships through contaminated bunkers supplied over the past five months, has slammed the inaction by government authorities on…
Panama’s Minister of Maritime Affairs Jorge Barakat held a meeting with China’s Minister of Transport Li Xiaopeng, who visited the headquarters of the Panama Maritime Authority (AMP). Li was accompanied…
ZIM announced details of its new improved Asia-US East Coast (USEC) network following its recent tie-up with the 2M alliance.
Despite the apparent shows of strength in recent months, there are clearly signs of concern in the container market in several areas.
The Liberian International Ship & Corporate Registry (LISCR), or Liberia flag, is enhancing certificate security features in efforts to to make continuous improvements to its WayPoint web-based client interface system,…
Clipper Oil is expanding its physical bunker supply operations in the Pacific Northwest through a partnership with Jubitz Fleet Services.
The freight market seems rosy this week with the Baltic Dry Index (BDI) surging toward a multi-year high.
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