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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…
Global terminal operator APM Terminals registered lower revenue and profit in the first quarter even as the volume of containers handled remained unchanged.
Things are not looking very pretty for container shipping right now as overcapacity again takes its toll on the market. We have seen a slew of loss making announcements for…
In early May, people from all facets of the energy services business descend on Houston for the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC). In recent years, savvy shipping players with a long…
Malaysia's Northport has taken delivery of two new quay cranes for its Container Terminal Two, raising its total number of quay cranes to 28 . The super post-panamax cranes are…
The Brazilian Congress approved last week a port reform bill that will open the door to private capital and boost investments in ports by $27bn.
Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK) and Mistubishi Corporation have announced their intention to investment in the $10bn Cameron LNG (CLNG) project in the US.
LPG shipping rates enjoyed record weekly gains today after surging to $70.5 per tonne, according to the Baltic Exchange.
A leading Greek shipowner has refuted allegations a small Greek bank he and his family controlled engaging in illicit dealings with Iran and busting US and European Union-imposed oil sanctions.…
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