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Odfjell has signed agreements for long term charters on two chemical tanker newbuilds being constructed in Japan.
Farstad Shipping has inked a series of offshore vessel contracts including for including for units currently in lay-up.
The UK P&I Club has announced the appointment of Susanne Murphy as its news Europe, Middle East and Africa regional director. 
With one eye on industry shifts due to the changes in the key liner alliances, Malaysian port operator Westports Holdings is forecasting conservative container growth of between 1% and 5%…
The stars it seems are aligned - and depending on your point of view - 2017 is going to be the year of the dry bulk recovery or instead a…
Chairman of the International Chamber of Shipping Esben Poulsson has called on the IMO to move quickly and decisively in providing more clarity on the shipping sector’s CO2 reduction goals.
With a brilliant view of the eastern approach to Victoria Harbour and an eye to future growth, Ince & Co Hong Kong officially opened their new office in One Island…
The crew of the Indian-owned vessel Malaviya 20 abandoned in Great Yarmouth, UK, in June last year have been paid and have finally headed home according to the International Transport…
ABS has become the first class society to be awarded accreditation to carry out assessments for European Union (EU) Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) compliance, from Greece’s National Accreditation Body…
The Port of Tilbury, London’s major port, is pressing forward with its plans to build a new port terminal and will soon begin its pre-planning community consultation to seek local…
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