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DP World has awarded a contract to Kalmar for the supply of 13 empty container handlers.
Scorpio Tankers has lined-up $172m in loans to partially fund eight newbuildings.
The long drawn-out privatisation process of the Greece’s second port, Thessaloniki is now in the home stretch, though it appears the February 14 deadline for the submission of bids will…
After a rocky start, the freight market has set off for a campaign of recovering lost ground in 2017, in the process regaining some of the glory seen in the…
It is unlikely to challenge large-scale ocean container shipping in the near future, but the first freight train from China arrived in the UK on Wednesday.
IMO secretary-general Kitack Lim launched the theme for World Maritime Day 2017, “Connecting ships, ports and people” at the Port of Felixstowe on Wednesday.
Ship repair and offshore services provider Rotterdam Offshore Group (ROG) has started to expand its operational capabilities at its facilities in Waalhaven, Rotterdam.
Hoegh LNG Holdings has booked one FSRU newbuild each at South Korea's Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) and Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) separately.
Dunkirk, France’s third busiest port, has released strong traffic results for 2016, confirming its ambition to become a multi-traffic hub for northern France and beyond.
One third of vessels that called at the Port of Gothenburg last year received an environmental discount.
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