Ship Operations

The marine insurance business is highly traditional and suffering, occasionally, from pains that come with age, as it grapples with the use of data in the maritime sphere.
Cyprus' coffers gained $1.14bn (EUR1.04bn) in 2018 from the ship management sector after a strong second half of the year. In the July - December half second half the revenue…
Wilhelmsen Ship Management (WSM) is taking measures to reduce plastic waste from its ships enforcing new criteria for its vendors in its selection process.
Software and cyber will become a third platform for safety adding to the current physical dimensions ABS chief Christopher J. Wiernicki told the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston.
Britannia has become the first P&I Club to join the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN).
Topaz Energy and Marine has inked a long-term agreement with Baker Hughes, a GE Company for its new lubricant condition monitoring system.
What might we expect from a Seatrade Parliamentary Debate? Before we took our seats, a guest from mainland Europe suggested: “Perhaps it will be like your UK Parliament, with the…
What do school students, a professional dance troupe and the Catholic Church have in common?  
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has revoked the bunker craft operator licence of Southernpec (Singapore) effective 8 May due to the bunker player’s malpractice of using a…
Lord Mountevans, Chairman, Maritime London & President, Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers was announced as the recipient of the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award at tonight’s presentation ceremony for the 31st Seatrade Awards,…
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