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Three more survivors and two bodies have been found over the weekend following Bangladeshi cargo vessel MV Hope’s capsize in heavy seas on Thursday night off Thailand, leaving six still…
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) continues to clamp down hard on the government-licensed bunker suppliers in Singapore as yet another loses its bunkering licence, making it the…
Rapid growth is expected in the habour tugs market in Malaysia over the next five years and based on projections from projects announced, there is an additional requirement for about…
The Indian Coast Guard has joined the battle to put out a fire raging on the wreck of the MOL Comfort.
Marine fuels supplier Brightoil Petroleum will commence bunkering services in the Chinese ports of Zhoushan and Qingdao in the second half of July, reports said.
Fire continued to rage for a second day on the fore section of the wreck of the MOL Comfort that is being towed to the Arabian Gulf.
An investigation into the cause of the MOL Comfort accident by the vessel's classification body ClassNK has found the vessel’s design complied fully with both its own rules and IACS…
Eleven crew are missing after Bangladeshi general cargo vessel MV Hope capsized in heavy weather off the Thai beach resort of Phuket.
China Rongsheng Heavy Industries has defended allegations that it has not duly paid its workers that resulted in a recent protest, and warned of a net loss in the first…
Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) has appointed classification society Lloyd's Register (LR) as a technical consultant to determine the cause of the accident involving containership MOL Comfort.
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