Ship Operations

Singapore: Singapore's Keppel Shipyard has undertaken the country's first ballast water treatment system (BWTS) retrofit project for a VLCC owned by Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL).
Jakarta: The Indonesian National Shipowners Association (INSA) has reportedly issued an order prohibiting all cargo ships from using subsidized fuels.
Jakarta: Bulker casualties involving nickel ore cargo liquefaction have resulted in insurance claims of over $200m according a broker involved in one of the cases.
Singapore: PACC Offshore Services Holdings (Posh), a subsidiary of Kuok (Singapore), has teamed up with a joint venture company of Ezion Holdings and Seabridge Marine to offer ocean towage service.
Dubai: Five seafarers were stuck onboard their vessel in a UAE port for almost two years because of a legal wrangle are claiming thousands of dollars in unpaid salaries. The…
Singapore: MISC minority investors are seeking to raise the buyout price being offered by Petronas.
Singapore: The Asian Shipowners’ Forum (ASF) is the latest shipping organisation to hit out a planned hike in Suez Canal tolls from 1 May.
Canberra: A DNV-led joint industry project (JIP) has identified 10 Australian ports which have the potential to offer LNG bunkering by 2016, backed by attractive payback periods for investments with…
Hong Kong: Pacific Basin Shipping continued to feel the effects of its ro-ro business divestment and the weak dry bulk market posting a $158.5m net loss for 2012 on revenue…
Singapore: Sales of marine fuel oil has been weak globally due to slow economic growth, sluggish shipping market and more widespread slow-steaming by shipowners to save fuel, said global marine…
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