Industry Sectors:Ship Operations

Ship Operations

Japan’s Kobe Steel is planning to start marketing a new binary cycle power generation system for ships from next month, with commercial sales to start in April 2019.
As the day the UK triggers Article 50 to start its departure from the European Union, this Wednesday, David Dingle, chairman of Maritime UK and also chair of Carnival UK…
ABB will supply the power and electric propulsion system to a new floating storage and regasification unit for BW Group. 
Singapore-based Wee Tiong Holdings, a relatively newcomer into the republic’s bunkering market, is mulling to further enlarge its bunker tanker fleet after securing charters for all of its recently acquired…
Nakilat has assumed full ship management and operations of Q-Flex LNG carrier Mesaimeer from STASCo (Shell Trading and Shipping Company Ltd). 
The proposed merger of Columbia Shipmanagement (CSM) and Marlow Navigation would create one of the “world’s largest” shipmanagement companies, intended ceo of the new entity Mark O’Neil told delegates at…
Cyprus is back. Decisive reforms, prudent fiscal management, hard work and the peoples' determination have seen the country exit earlier than expected from the economic adjustment programme instigated by the…
Cosco Shipping International (Hong Kong) Co has reported a fall in annual net profit on the back of the downturn in the international shipping industry marked by lingering oversupply.
Anglo-Eastern Ship Management has built and opened a new ballast water treatment (BWT) training facility in Manila, the Philippines and partnered with Optimarin and Saga Shipholding on the trainings.
Germany’s Oldendorff Carriers is converting an 11-year-old bulker into a transloader at China’s Chengxi Shipyard for transhipment operations in the Arabian Gulf.
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