Middle East & Africa

An increasing number of capesize newbuilding deliveries is posing a serious threat to the already fragile market balance, even as demolition rates have increased, according to a latest analysis by…
During the second Belt and Road Forum held at Beijing last week Chinese companies continued to grow their influence port agreements inked across multiple continents.
Following the newbuilding contract for ten Newcastlemax bulkers signed earlier this month, Cosco Shipping Bulk ordered three more from CSIC Qingdao Beihai Shipbuilding Heavy Industry.
With the growing business between the Middle East and China the enforcement of arbitral awards in China was in focus at the latest breakfast seminar by Emirates Maritime Arbitration Centre…
DP World has seen its home base box volumes in the UAE plunged by 8.8% year-on-year in the first quarter, dragging down its overall volumes across its global portfolio of…
GAC's automated underwater hull cleaning service, HullWiper, has inked an agreement with Equinor for its oil and gas tanker fleet.
US Energy policy, along with Donald Trump’s classic head-fakes, almost seems destined to confuse participants in the oil business, with obvious impacts on shipping which serves it.
Qatar Petroleum has launched a tender for up to 100 LNG carrier newbuildings that would more than double the fleet of the world’s largest owner Nakilat.
CSCL Mercury, a 14,000 teu container vessel operated by Cosco Shipping Lines, became the first to call at CSP Abu Dhabi Terminal in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
With the Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM) for ship recycling to become compulsory for vessels calling at European ports IMarEST has warned of a “quagmire of upheaval” for the shipping…
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