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The Worldwide Widelife Fund (WWF) says the issue of invasive species in ballast water is “quite comparable to climate change”.
Classification society DNV has proposed an ISM Code II, as it says safety in shipping will be a key focus for future with its merger with Germanischer Lloyd.
The merger of DNV and Germanischer Lloyd (GL) is on track according to DNV’s Tor Svensen with competition authority decisions expected in mid-to-late autumn.
Greece’s shipping community has been reminded it is time for it to keep its commitment to help boost the country’s coffers by paying a series of taxes it negotiated with…
US federal litigation against the Savannah Harbour Expansion Project, entailing the dredging of the harbour channel, was overthrown yesterday following a settlement agreement.
The significant costs of complying with environmental legislation are one of the major threats facing shipping, newly elected Bimco president John Denholm warned during his inaugural address at the body’s…
The Korea Center for Investigative Journalism (KCIJ) has named the chairwoman of Hanjin Shipping as one among a number alleged to have set up a shell company overseas to evade…
The International Chamber of Shipping  has spelled out the implications of higher distillate fuel costs to a meeting of OECD Transport ministers in Leipzig, Germany.
Yesterday’s European Commission’s “Ports: an engine for growth” plan has come under fire yet again, this time by the European Transport Workers Federation.
The fleet has moved south from the New York maritime hub - a series of high profile events was held in Washington, DC, centered around National Maritime Day, celebrated each…
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