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World’s biggest ship manager V.Group has grown even further with the acquisition of UK-based Bibby Ship Management.

Two Indian seafarers were killed and three injured after an explosion aboard product tanker Al Sadaa, off Yemen.

Belgium has become the 48th nation to sign the Ballast Water Management (BWM) Convention, bringing the total amount of entered tonnage to 34.82%, tantalisingly short of the 35% required for it to enter into force.

Oman’s Port of Salalah has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for co-operation with Iran’s Shahid Rajaee and Chabahar Ports.

Sierra-Leone-flagged general cargo ship Jin Teng has been detained in the Phillippines, on suspicion of having been operated by blacklisted North-Korean firm Ocean Maritime Management (OMM).

Hundreds of installed Wärtsilä engines are affected by misreported fuel consumption figures, an internal audit has revealed.

Forth Ports has purchased an additional 152 acres of land east of the Port of Tilbury, with the intention of expanding its operations there.

The Philippines Coast Guard has become the first to carry out a UN-mandated inspection on Jin Teng, a general cargo vessel associated with North Korean trades.

d’Amico International Shipping (DIS) posted a $54.5m profit for 2015, its best since 2009, with predictions of a strong market for “years to come”.

European feeder line Seago, a subsidiary of Maersk, is launching a new route between Dublin, Livepool, and the Spanish port of Algeciras.

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