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Dispatches

President Obama’s efforts to revitalise America’s infrastructure brought him into the maritime realm with a visit to the Port of Miami, a top cruise port that is set to bolster…
With the blame game getting in to full swing in Cyprus, as to what caused the economic mess which very nearly bankrupted the small Mediterranean island, president Nicos Anastasiades has…
Power system specialists Wärtsilä and Rolls-Royce, and shipowners Maersk and Eidesvik Offshore are amongst those spearheading the advance of electrical power on board the ships of tomorrow. Their initiatives come…
Associated British Ports’ (ABP) announcement of a £100m ($151.9m) investment in facilities at Immingham, Hull and Goole to handle wood pellet shipments for Drax Power Station highlights the opportunities to…
LNG bunkering has garnered a lot of interest in the market but use of natural gas a fuel for ships remains extremely limited. Marcus Hand looks at the whether the…
It has been "March madness" time in New York shipping circles and Barry Parker gives the lowdown on the market discussions at CMA and Capital Link.
The recent suspension of merger talks between Hapag-Lloyd and Hamburg Süd reminds us that while consolidation may have been the buzzword for over a decade in container shipping, the reality…
Cyprus’ shipowning and shipmanagement industries will survive the island’s economic turmoil according to leading players.
The news that an MR product carrier drifted 280 miles to save fuel tells us all there is to know about the current fuel market. The Norden Nord Integrity managed…
The Connecticut Maritime Association’s (CMA) annual conference, always held in late March, presents a “high class problem” for organisers and attendees alike: too many conference sessions, exhibits and people to…
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