Shipping under attack in the Red Sea, a new container shipping alliance, Chinese yards dominate newbuilding market, and much more in the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes.
The impact of the Houthi attacks on shipping in the Red Sea have sent shockwaves throughout global shipping and these were highlighted by Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) at US Congress.
New Fortress Energy’s (NFE) floating LNG facility will be able to use international-flag vessels to transport LNG into the US without violating the Jones Act, US Customs has ruled.
The world’s third largest ship registry – the Marshall Island Registry – has reached the milestone of over 200 million gt of vessels on its books.
Panamanian lawyers, especially maritime lawyers, have had an intense year as they worked on bills and projects for the sector.
The DR Congo was the worst rated in the International Chamber of Shipping’s (ICS) annual assessment of flag state performance.
The Singapore Registry of Ships (SRS) has passed the 100 million gt mark with the registration of an AET VLCC.
Switzerland-based ABB is facing security risk investigation launched by two congressional committees of US for its ties with China’s leading port machinery manufacturer Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industries (ZPMC).