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Recent news that China Rongsheng Heavy Industries Group has been talking to several parties for help with a bailout may provide an idea what direction the restructuring of China's shipyard…
Mark Brownrigg is to step down from his position as director general of the UK Chamber of Shipping.
Transportation is intertwined with energy and patterns of consumption and trade are dynamic, with early July offering two vivid examples: the Canadian oil train tragedy and plans for a floating…
Somali piracy fell to its lowest since 2006 in the first half of this year, but violent attacks off West Africa are on the rise, warns the International Maritime Bureau…
The Turkish government is set to launch a new shipping route through the Suez Canal as an alternative for the country's exporters who have faced difficulties in shipping to the…
As a shipping journalist it was with some sadness that I read email update number 24 from Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) on the MOL Comfort casualty on Thursday morning. It…
ABS has become the second classification society to have a registered fleet in excess of 200m gt.
Perspective is a curious thing. Over the years, when properly equipped with security pass, notebook, pen and head full of questions, I have negotiated my way around the most contorted…
The blaze aboard the fore section of the MOL Comfort remains unabated for a fifth day, with the company reporting that “observations show that most of the containers on deck…
P&I Clubs are warning shipowners over large security demands being made by the Australian authorities for “relatively minor” pollution offences.
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