Industry Sectors:Ship Operations

Ship Operations

One third of vessels that called at the Port of Gothenburg last year received an environmental discount.
The Korea Marine Equipment Association (KOMEA) has set up its first overseas representative office in Singapore, leveraging on the city-state’s status as a marine hub.
An international maritime agreement to protect against piracy and armed robbery has been broadened to include a number of other illegal activities.
An early January decision by Judge Valerie Caproni, of the United States District Court Southern District of New York, represents an important milestone in the ongoing saga of OW Bunker…
ReCAAP Information Sharing Centre has very serious concern over kidnap for ransom attacks in the Southern Philippines, despite a 58% drop in piracy and armed robbery attacks in Asia as…
Are you motivated more by threats, or reason? Is a complex problem solved more effectively by a consensual agreement between the largest number of people, or by the prescriptive demands…
Physical bunker suppliers should move away from fuel supply operations in major bunkering ports, and instead focus on smaller ports in a rapidly changing market, according to maritime consultancy firm…
Uni-Asia Holdings has informed that one of its bulk carriers had collided with a fishing boat in South Korean waters on 11 January, leading to the capsize of the fishing…
Kidnappings at sea hit a 10-year high in 2016 despite piracy attacks as whole falling to their lowest level since 1998, according watchdog the International Maritime Bureau (IMB).
IMO secretary-general Kitack Lim has written to top officials in Europe warning that the decision to include shipping in the European Union’s Emission Trading System (EU-ETS) could “seriously impact” the…
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