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London: The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) have jointly hit out at some flag states over their failure to submit maritime casualty reports…
London: Lloyd’s Register (LR) has completed the initial phase of joint study with shipowner Zodiac and renewables company Totem into wind-generation aboard a bulk carrier, concluding that the technology "may…
London: LNG shipments have fallen 45% at the Port of Milford Haven as worldwide LNG flows continue to shift.
Antwerp: Damen is to provide two ASD 2810-type tugs for towage and salvage specialist Multraship, for delivery in June/July of this year.
Oslo: SinOceanic Shipping (SinOceanic) is nearing a deal to refinance $205m of junior debts as negotiations continue between 81.9% owners Sinindo Holdings (Sinindo), creditor Oceanus International (Oceanus) and a Chinese…
Oslo: Jotun is to phase out lead chromates from its paint and coatings formulations in line with the EU’s Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemical substances (REACH) regulations. Lead…
Antwerp: Belgian dry bulk outfit Bocimar reported a loss of $820,000 in the first quarter as rates fell year on year.
Riga: Portek International, a global medium-sized port operator, has taken 80% of the share capital of Rigas Universalais Terminals (RUT) in a move to expand its portfolio of container and…
New York: Maersk’s Group's ceo Nils Andersen (pictured), visiting New York this week, was honored by ringing the opening bell at the NASDAQ marketplace, adjacent to the iconic Times Square.
Brussels: The European Parliament today vetoed a proposed recycling toll on vessels calling at European ports, amidst criticism from prominent industry bodies.
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