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Ship Operations

Hong Kong: Univan Ship Management celebrated its 40th anniversary at the Hong Kong Maritime Museum on Friday.
London: The London P&I Club's ship inspection programme has revealed a continued failure to meet onboard safety standards relating to enclosed space entry, despite relevant paperwork showing otherwise.
London: Seafarers have raised concerns at a lack of due process in criminal investigations, following publication of the IMO’s serious crime draft guidelines.
Dubai: A senior marine insurance expert from Skuld has called for extra care when receiving shore side bunkers in the UAE.
Copenhagen: The world’s largest ship supplier Wrist Group reported a 16% increase in pre-tax profits to $76m for 2012.
New York: Classification society ABS grew its fleet by 4% last year to reach 193m gt despite the difficulties faced by the shipping market.
Singapore: Shipping trust Rickmers Maritime won approval from unitholders for a SGD101.7m ($81.9m) rights issue after reporting firm first quarter results.
London: Lloyd’s Register (LR) has completed the initial phase of joint study with shipowner Zodiac and renewables company Totem into wind-generation aboard a bulk carrier, concluding that the technology "may…
Marcus Hand visits Seoul and Busan in South Korea and finds that while North Korea’s sabre rattling may have dominated the headlines in the news media, for the shipping and…
The $5.25bn expansion of the Panama Canal has entered its most critical years with the conclusion of the new locks construction scheduled for the first quarter of 2015.
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