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The significant costs of complying with environmental legislation are one of the major threats facing shipping, newly elected Bimco president John Denholm warned during his inaugural address at the body’s…
The member lines of the Transpacific Stablization Agreement (TSA) have announced a 1 July box rate hike as they say levels remain “well below target” following annual contract negotiations.
The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has rejected a claim for $ 585.9m, to the consortium Grupo Unidos por el Canal (GUPC) submitted on 20 July 2012 for additional costs in…
Analysis by Clarkson indicates that shipping’s main markets are just about as weak as they have ever been. In its latest weekly bulletin, the London analysts reveal that the inflation-adjusted…
Sembcorp Marine's subsidiary Jurong Shipyard has won a $596m contract to construct a new jack-up oil rig with an option for an additional unit from Noble Corporation.
Ship Finance International (SFI) has gone to a major South Korean shipyard to build four 8,700 teu containerships at “attractive” prices.
The fleet has moved south from the New York maritime hub - a series of high profile events was held in Washington, DC, centered around National Maritime Day, celebrated each…
National Maritime Day in the US, celebrated on 22 May, coincided with the 75th anniversary of the delivery of the Mary A Whalen a fuel tanker in New York harbor…
Spanish shipbuilding and repair company Astilleros Armon SA has delivered the tug Cerro Itamut, the first of a series of 14 tractor-type tugs of 70 tonnes bollard pull vessels to…
Intertanko and the Asian Shipowner Forum (ASF) have welcomed the IMO's Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) decision to pave the way for a smoother implementation of the Ballast Water Management…
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