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DP World has inked a series of civil construction contracts for its new Container Terminal 4 which will add 4.1m teu in capacity to the largest port in the Middle East.

Cathelco has submitted a letter of intent (LOI) to begin testing its Ballast Water Management (BWM) system for US Coast Guard (USCG) Type Approval.

The EU is making little effort to stay competitive, but campaigns for Britain to leave lack a “clear, detailed alternative,” for its businesses, the UK Chamber of Shipping says.

Four of the first tankers carrying shipments of Iranian crude are heading to ports in the EU with cargoes of 1m barrels, with a further nine headed for Asia.

Various risks arise as traffic increases at newly upgraded Suez Canal, Braemar Shipping Services Asia has warned.

The new Suez Canal stands to benefit from China’s "One Belt One Road" (OBOR) initiative, the opening up of the Iranian market, and the developing Indian refinery market, according to Braemar Shipping Services Asia.

International Maritime Rescue Federation (IMRF), a global Search and Rescue (SAR) charity, is to bolster its local member body the Hellenic Rescue Team (HRT) with personnel and equipment from elsewhere in Europe.

SAAM Towage of Chile has ordered two compact Damen ASD Tug 2411 vessels, each measuring 24 m in length with a maximum bollard pull of 70 tonnes.

Lloyd’s Register has issued a new set of guidelines for what it calls ‘cyber-enabled’ ship design, covering not only cyber security but also a host of other ICT-related technical issues.

Global satellite operator Inmarsat reports that it has been able to demonstrate a consistent shipboard internet connection for its Fleet Xpress service in the Antarctic region.

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