Live from Posidonia 2018

Live from Posidonia 2018

The Seatrade Maritime reporting team bring you all the key stories in the run-up to, and live on the ground during, Posidonia 2018, the international shipping exhibition with the largest gathering of Greek and international shipowners.

Latest Live from Posidonia 2018

Leading Greek shipowners see the use of LNG as the future fuel for the shipping industry, but the lack of infrastructure development is holding back adoption.
Hamburg-based Becker Marine Systems has won a range of new contracts for its fuel-saving devices as ship operators once again face higher bunker bills and renewed calls for improvements in…
The Liberian Registry has presented five of its Greek shipping partners with the Liberian Maritime Authority’s Commissioner’s Award for Excellence during celebrations in Athens to commemorate the 70th anniversary of…
Greek shipowner Peter Livanos took aim at asset based owners who do not run their own vessels in LNG and other shipping sectors as “irresponsible” at an ABS panel on…
Top Greek shipowners are optimistic about the charter rate outlook for liquefied natural gas (LNG), although expressed concerns over the tender process and shorter periods adopted by some charterers.
Gulf Oil Marine is offering the opportunity to hear from former Manchester United star Ronny Johnsen on its stand at Posidonia 2018.
Newport Shipping Group has opened new offices in Athens, New York, and Shanghai as part of the company’s “near customer, near market” efforts, expanding its presence in key ship owning…
Visitors to Posidonia 2018 will be able to see live port calls on a huge set of interactive screens thanks to a tie-up between global ship tracking intelligence company MarineTraffic…
Honduras’s  General Directorate of the Merchant Marine (DGMM) of Honduras that oversees the country Ship Registry has contracted the international management of the flag to the Panamanian company International MarConsult (IMC)…
Coldharbour Marine, which specialises in ballast water treatment systems (BWTS) for large vessels, says it is in negotiations for severval potential customers in the Greek market.
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