Americas

The US has indicated that new business activity with Iran after 8 May within the wind-down period could be result penalties under secondary sanctions, and a number of major shipping…
NYSHEX, the New York Shipping Exchange, has attracted plenty of investor, industry and media interest but is it really managing to make sense of what ceo Gordon Downes describes as…
Songa Shipmanagement has opted to fit scrubbers from CR Ocean Engineering (CROE) to 14 of its oil/chemical tankers and heavy lift vessels, and has taken options for five more systems.
Bermuda has launched a request for qualification (RFQ) for companies to build a $75m international cargo port on the island.
Continuing its consolidation of the sector Star Bulk Carriers is buying Songa Bulk in a cash and share deal worth $327.95m.
A consortium of Japanese companies will come together to invest in a floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel project offshore Brazil.
At a cocktail party full of designers of coastal abodes and art types, I met a decorator from Jacksonville, Florida, when I explained that I was in the maritime business,…
Shipowners and commodity traders are now digesting the impacts of President Donald Trump’s widely anticipated announcement that the US would pull out of the six nation accord reached with Iran…
Damen Ship Repair Curacao (DSCu) increased capacity with the arrival of two floating docks in the southern Caribbean, fulfilling the undertaking given by Damen to the Government of Curaçao when it…
The treaty signed by Panama and China last year on maritime transport will enter into force on 17 May. The agreement  will promote maritime and port development of Panama and China, strengthen the Ship…
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