Singapore-based marine fuel supply firm, Integr8 Fuels, has warned ship operators of potential bunker quality issues.
The number of containers lost at sea in 2022 was lower than 2021 and 2020, according to the latest World Shipping Council (WSC) report.
China Merchants Group is integrating shipping resources along the Yangtze river to promote the development of the Yangtze river economic belt.
As geopolitical tensions rise the security of sealanes was in focus at the Langkawi International Maritime Aerospace (LIMA) Exhibition 2023.
The US Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) has reached settlement agreements with Ocean Network Express (ONE) and Wan Hai Lines.
The Fuel EU Maritime regulation is likely to enter force in 2025 but shipowners and operators will have to make preparations long before then.
GTT received approval in principle from Bureau Veritas (BV) for design of LNG dual-fuel very large crude carrier (VLCC) in Shanghai.
High demand and limited supply of Offshore Support Vessels (OSVs) in the Middle East is leading a rethink of the usual 15-year age limit for contracted vessels.
A roundtable of maritime professionals in the Middle East discussed the tools available to address the maritime industry gender imbalance on the eve of the IMO's International Day for Women in Maritime
Marine fuel lifecycle analysis has the potential to disrupt decarbonisation plans, according to experts at Seatrade Maritime Logistics Middle East.