Americas

Product trades look set fair for development in the years to come. Interviews with leading product carrier owners in Denmark recently suggest that a 3% growth in product carrier trade…
Container lines serving the transpacific trade are preparing for “potentially healthy peak season” with a surcharge from 1 August.
The Colombian port of Santa Marta became the world’s first port outside Europe to receive the label Ecoport, certified by Lloyd’s Register and awarded by the European Foundation ECO SLC.
Mexico’s Integradora de Servicios Petroleros Oro Negro has added two more jack-up rig orders at Sembcorp Marine’s PPL Shipyard.
Where the overall shipping markets play a large role in the fortunes of individual shipping companies, for some the smartest guys in the room are quite often equity analysts. These…
Even though the start of operation of the expanded Panama Canal is two years away, canal officials say they are studying the construction of a fourth set of new locks,…
Vard Holdings, builder and designer of offshore support vessels, has warned that its Brazilian operations will negatively impact the group's performance in the second quarter of 2013.
Malaysia's oil and gas companies continue to make inroads overseas with SapuraKencana Petroleum Bhd securing a $2.7bn contract in Brazil to supply three additional pipe-laying support vessels to Petrobras.
Colombia is eyeing becoming a gateway to Latin America on the back of 5.7% annual growth in shipping over the last decade.
The maritime industry does not need to speak with one voice so much as to deliver one message. To achieve this all sectors of the shipping industry have to improve…
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