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Alliances for Hong Kong-based container line Orient Overseas Container Lines (OOCL) are a double positive, helping to not only provide scale but also increase efficiencies.
Cyprus is back. Decisive reforms, prudent fiscal management, hard work and the peoples' determination have seen the country exit earlier than expected from the economic adjustment programme instigated by the…
Capital Link’s 2017 Shipping Conference, now in its 11th year, drew a standing-room only crowd, with financial industry participants greatly outnumbering shipping people.
With less than three years away from the IMO Marpol Annex VI global 0.5% fuel sulphur rule, shipowners and operators are increasingly pressed for time to decide on which option…
It will be obvious to anyone working in maritime in 2017 that we are living in an era of fast-moving change.
The Greek shipping community has long slammed the Athens government for not taking advantage of the potential the maritime industry offers to the struggling Greek economy and the latest overview…
Owners and operators of offshore oil and gas assets have not seen light at the end of the tunnel for the severely depressed market, which continued to be marked by…
When the subject turns to infrastructure investment in the States and the potential impacts on deepsea and domestic shipping, the booming energy markets are now receiving increased attention.
It seemed a bit of a joke in the press, as they reported that a bulk carrier had been asked to leave New Zealand waters because of a dirty bottom.
OPEC cuts to oil production are helping to stabilise the OSV market in the Middle East compared with other global markets, according to an industry expert.
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