Ship Operations

Once in a while, a service provider engaged in projects with the maritime business actually brings real connections with its target market to its work. Take the NYC Maritime Hackathon…
UBM (Seatrade) and the Singapore Maritime Foundation (SMF), in collaboration with PIER71 (Port Innovation Ecosystem Reimagined @ Block71), are introducing the new Innovation Arena onto the exhibition floor of this…
UAE-based GP Global will make 0.5% sulphur content bunker fuel available from April this year to major ports including Fujairah, Singapore and the ARA region, in response to the upcoming…
The entire shipping industry is taking steps to ensure compliance with the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO’s) global sulphur cap, and the deadline is fast approaching. Some shipowners and operators are…
The 10th annual Maritime Employee Survey has revealed decreasing confidence in shipping industry job security as volatile market conditions continue to challenge the sector.
“I’m crossing my fingers here,” DNV GL’s director, environment Eirik Nyhus admitted recently.
DNV GL – Maritime ceo Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen always likes to begin his presentation with a song title encapsulating the message, and yesterday he chose Sting’s “Forget About the Future” to…
The first few months of 2019 has already seen three major container ship fires. The most recent fire, on board the Grande America, has resulted in the sinking of the…
Nordic American Tankers (NAT) has underscored its belief that scrubbers are not the right solution for it to comply with IMO 2020, flagging up restrictions of use and possible bans…
The Athens residence of UK ambassador to Greece, Kate Smith was the focus of a 'cyber attack' 5 March, but UK expertise in cyber security prevailed. The attack was the…
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