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Tanker market prospects were a major item of conversation at the annual shipping conference hosted by the Hellenic American and Norwegian American Chambers of Commerce in New York with this…
Just 12% of maritime leaders surveyed by Sea Asia 2017 are utilising big data, despite the benefits they believe it can bring.
International shipping associations have rounded in a chorus disapproval on the result of a vote in the European Parliament on Wednesday.
A constant need for reassurance is one of the phenomena of our age. Stay in a hotel, communicate with your bank, have your car serviced and no sooner have you…
US East Coast ports have been investing heavily to serve containerships of up to 14,000 teu with the expansion of the Panama Canal that opened in late June last year…
Despite the difficult shipping markets in 2016 traffic in the world’s busiest shipping lane – the Straits of Malacca and Singapore (SOMS) – were up 3.4% to a new all…
The Greek government and seafarers unions are failing to utilise the largest shipping fleet in the world as the country struggles to overcome its economic crisis and the high level…
The new joint venture between Sharaf Shipping Agency and Ben Line Agencies will allow both businesses to compete on a global level, according to its ceo, Terry Gidlow.
The shipping industry will need to adopt alternative fuels to heavy fuel oil to meet the demands of CO2 reductions, believes Douglas Raitt from Lloyd's Register (LR).
The start of the US Presidency of Donald Trump has been anything but business as usual and understanding the implications of his Executive Orders is rapidly turning into a full…
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