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The long drawn-out privatisation process of the Greece’s second port, Thessaloniki is now in the home stretch, though it appears the February 14 deadline for the submission of bids will…
Malaysia's latest Carey Island project is something of a wild card but is not expected to change the port scene in Southeast Asia too much.
In a year of consolidation the biggest and most complex was the merger of Chinese shipping giants Cosco and China Shipping. The deal spanned almost every aspect of the shipping…
An early January decision by Judge Valerie Caproni, of the United States District Court Southern District of New York, represents an important milestone in the ongoing saga of OW Bunker…
Are you motivated more by threats, or reason? Is a complex problem solved more effectively by a consensual agreement between the largest number of people, or by the prescriptive demands…
The advent of the internet in the 1990’s, and the ascendancy of social media in the 2000’s, has shifted the platform for expertise on maritime subjects.
With a growth of 6.5% in vessel numbers and 10.26% in carrying capacity Greek shipping continued to power forward in 2016, an impressive feat, given the challenging market conditions limited…
In this article, we provide an overview of the rules and regulations governing Hong Kong, Liberia, Marshall Islands and Panama flag.
Singapore, the world’s largest bunkering port, will enforce the use of mass flow meters (MFM) for bunkering operations from 1 January 2017, making it the first port in the world…
As we move into winter in the Northern hemisphere it is time to reflect on the events of this past year and the results that have emerged from the shipping…
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