Dispatches

Almost three weeks after the Tidewater (TDW) and Gulfmark Offshore (GLF) combination deal, contemplating issuance of new Tidewater shares to pay GulfMark shareholders, an unsolicited third-party emerged, in the form…
The concerns of the shipping industry regarding the latest Iran sanctions have become further complicated this time by the fact that the EU has a contrary regime in place as…
As regulations on Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions loom for shipping, simply using less fuel will be one way to help meet environmental targets, and also potentially save cost from more…
It was a photograph of a small containership that took my attention. She is currently operating for one of the world’s biggest operators, but is 36 years old. This might…
Ton van den Bosch, global head of ports & terminals at Ince & Co, highlights the emerging trends in the logistics, intermodal and supply chain sectors and suggests that further…
As the reality of the US sanctions on Iran bite, Greek owners are the most likely to be affected, according to VesselsValue data.
There are many alarmist scenarios for cyber threats against shipping such as remotely taking control of vessels, but North P&I believes the main threat at present is commercially from the…
Bimco and the European Community Shipowners Association (ECSA), the two leading associations representing shipowners globally and in Europe respectively, are looking at ways they can tighten their cooperation.
The issue of container fires started as a result of misdeclared dangerous cargoes remains a serious one for the sector and since 2011 some 17 container lines have come together…
As the world of shipping changes much more rapidly than it has done before, the transition of leadership at the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) is also about keeping up…
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