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The IMO’s Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) has agreed to a restructuring of IMO’s sub-committees, reducing the number from nine to seven.
The port of Rotterdam has become the first in Europe to officially offer LNG bunkering for inland shipping vessels.
"There is no doubt that the order backlog is melting out and evaporating," was the grim opening line from Ole Groene, svp at MAN Diesel and Turbo, given against a…
Sweden-based Stena Bulk has shared that it is saving SEK65m ($9.7m) annually from efficiency-enhancing measures that are helping the company cut bunker fuel consumption and lower shipping emissions.
The Japan Coast Guard has confirmed that a car carrier owned by Norwegian Car Carriers (NOCC) did collide with a fishing vessel on 23 June, leading to the likely death…
Germany-based Rickmers Group has entered a deal to buy five 2,200 teu container vessels at a price of more than $30m in total.
As of yesterday, Norway has become the first to sign up to the Hong Kong International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships, 2009.
The maritime industry does not need to speak with one voice so much as to deliver one message. To achieve this all sectors of the shipping industry have to improve…
Ship repair firms are under even more pressure than ever as the age profile of the world fleet falls to a record low, more repairs are undertaken by ships’ crews…
DP World has opened the extension of its flagship Jebel Ali terminal with the arrival of 14,000 teu boxship MSC La Spezia.
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