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Bergen: Chemical tanker heavyweights in northern Europe believe the sector could be back in balance as soon as next year.
Helsinki: A new icebreaking platform supply vessel, built for shipowning giant Sovcomflot, has been named Aleksei Chirikov at a shipyard in Helsinki.  
London: Marine insurance intermediary Seacurus is to provide insurance cover for unpaid crew wages in event of financial collapse of employers.
Copenhagen: Tanker rates in the first quarter have outperformed those of the comparable quarter last year reports troubled Danish tanker operator Torm.
London: Bimco’s bulk carrier market analysis finds that small volumes of new tonnage and very high cargo volumes have buoyed panamax earnings in 2013 in spite of dire predictions.
Ulsan: Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) announced its successful bid to build a floating production storage and offloading unit (FPSO) for Chevron North Sea (Chevron).
Singapore: Chinese shipyards building offshore support vessels (OSVs) are narrowing the gap to European and Southeast Asian shipbuilders as their quality has improved over the years, according to Venkatraman Sheshashayee,…
Hamburg: The city of Hamburg still wants box lines Hapag-Lloyd and Hamburg Süd to merge, a city official told Reuters.
Dubai: Odfjell Tankers (Odfjell) and National Chemical Carriers (NCC) will split their 18 vessel 40,000 - 45,000 dwt chemical tanker pool on 1 June 2013.
Paris: Bourbon has penned a $2.5bn deal with Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) as part of the company's 'transformation plan' for its future growth.
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