Apollo Global Management, a well known player in the world of private equity investments in shipping, has now made a splashy move into the realm of offshore wind.
The captain of the vessel Wakashio that broke into two off Mauritius has been arrested and charged with endangering safe navigation, it was reported.
Shenzhen’s DaChan Bay Terminals has commenced its new intra-Asia service connecting to Vietnam, making it the first port of call in China for import cargoes from Vietnam to reach Shenzhen directly.
The Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF) is now providing a remote inspection option within its Ship Inspection Report (SIRE) programme as a temporary measure due to the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
Kwai Tsung Container Terminals is battling the largest Covid-19 cluster in the current wave of infections to hit Hong Kong.
Recycling activity across the world’s four ship demolition regions strengthened last week following Eid holidays and rising prices for scrap steel.
China Classification Society (CCS) and DNV GL have held a high-level meeting seeking increased cooperation in the maritime sector.
The Panama Maritime Authority (AMP) has hit back over whet it describes an “evil intentioned” video circulating on social media relating to the Panama Ship Registry and the Wakashio casualty off Mauritius.
Hapag-Lloyd and Intelligent Cargo Systems have entered into a technology partnership on the use of real-time port call visibility and automated notifications.
Ocean Network Express (ONE), Maersk Line and MSC have further extended the suspension of their China – Australia (CAE) service till year end.