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The findings of two studies have added fuel to the fire which has been smouldering between the Greek government and the country’s   shipping community and the European Commission and German…
Former highway concession holder turned marine logistics player Silk Holdings is keeping its eye firmly on the ball with its new business direction, saying it will be focusing more on…
Four major international shipping and maritime trade associations have made a joint proposal to the IMO on ambitious carbon dioxide (CO2) reductions by the global shipping industry.
Panamax rates have been the darling of the market this week with its string of strong upticks that have helped to buoy the freight market as a whole. On the…
A call by the 21,413 teu OOCL Hong Kong - claimed to be the world’s largest container ship - has marked OOCL’s return after an absence of 17 years to…
AET is to order a pair of DP2 shuttle tankers for long term charter to Statoil as the two companies extend their partnership.
There is to be change at the helm of Maersk Line's intra-Asia and feeder arm MCC Transport.
Former John Fredriksen righthand man Tor Olav Triom gave his perspectives on the LNG market at Marine Money in New York this week as Golar LNG branches out across the…
The IMO-run and EU-funded Global MTCC Network (GMN) has issued a call for expressions of interest from individuals within their respective organisations to become members of the GMN Project’s Global…
The three Norwegian OSV owners – Deep Sea Supply, Farstad Shipping and Solstad Offshore – have announced the completion of their merger on Wednesday, rebranding to become Solstad Farstad.
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