Asia

The official launch of the rapid response afloat repair service (RRARS) by Colombo Dockyard plc (CDPLC) signalled the return to normalcy of Sri Lanka’s shipping operations, which had been disrupted…
Why should seafarers be constantly put in harm’s way, from pirates, hostile officials in ports that nobody ought to visit, and now as collateral damage as the threat of war…
A new independent study conducted by Netherlands-based CE Delft has found negligible environmental impact from accumulated scrubber wash water in ports, the Clean Shipping Alliance (CSA) 2020 has highlighted.
Singapore-listed First Ship Lease Trust (FSL Trust) has received a mandatory conditional cash offer of SGD0.0585 per unit for all its outstanding units from a group of investors led by…
Chemical tanker Kokuka Courageous damaged in last Thursday's attacks in the Gulf of Oman arrived safely at anchorage in the UAE on Sunday.
The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has again postponed a further draught reduction, which would have been the sixth of this year.
Former OW Bunker executive Lars Moller, blamed for the collapse of the company, has had his jail sentence increased to five years from one and half years after an appeal…
The Capesize market was hit by lower shipping activities due to European holidays and fewer iron ore cargoes coming out of western Australia.
China Ocean Industry Group disposing of a 60% equity interest in Nantong Huakai Heavy Industry Company at a price of RMB20m ($2.88m).
Liu Xiaoming, Vice Minister of China’s Ministry of Transport (MOT) takes over the former vice minister He Jianzhong’s role and will be responsible for maritime sector, according to the notice…
Page 3 of 1923