Tanker owner and operator Torm has joined Inatech on an app to tackle the anticipated complex bunkering landscape in shipping post-2020.
Despite assurances from fuel suppliers over the availability of compliant fuel to meet IMO 2020 from 1 January next year, industry executives warn that logistics will be a mess and…
Dry bulk shipowner Genco Shipping & Trading (Genco) announced that it has secured additional financing for the acquisition and installation of scrubbers on 17 capesize vessels.
APM Terminals has inaugurated its new container terminal in Moin, Costa Rica, opening direct routes to European and Asian markets for the country which is the world’s largest exporter of…
ExxonMobil announced 28 February it has found a large new natural gas field in waters off Cyprus.
The Liberian International Ship and Corporate Registry (LISCR) has confirmed the rumours floating in the industry for some time, that Scott Bergeron quits the Liberian Registry.
Capesize market remained quiet throughout the week with thin activities from the Asia-Pacific and Atlantic regions.
Another analyst has warned of impending financial doom for container lines if they fail to recoup the additional costs of meeting the IMO 2020 0.5% sulphur cap.
As the severe dry season continues the Panama Canal authorities announced on Thursday it will reduce the draught in the neo-panamax locks for a fourth time effective 29 March.
The global container shipping market is expected to stay on a recovery course this year with demand growth predicted to outpace supply growth, according to Yang Ming Marine Transport Corp…
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