- GERMANY’S SAL AND DUTCH FIRM JUMBO TO FORM A JOINT VENTURE
- GERMANY'S UNITED PRODUCT TANKERS APPOINTS NEW MANAGING DIRECTOR
- STENA INKS $180 MILLION LOAN AGREEMENT FOR E-FLEXER FERRIES
- OCEAN WINDS AND TERNA ENERGY TO WORK ON GREECE'S FLOATING OFFSHORE WIND FARM
- RUSSIA AND SYRIA WORK ON JOINT SHIPPING LINE
- MAERSK EINDHOVEN SAILS FROM APM TERMINALS YOKOHAMA
- MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION OF ISRAEL CLEARS MINERVA HELEN FROM OIL SPILL LINKS
- UAE’S TRANSWORLD GROUP TAKES 2011-BUILT HANDY BULKER FROM JAPAN
- INDIA PLANS TO SPEND $82 BILLION ON VARIOUS PORT PROJECTS
- IRANIAN BOXSHIP SHAHRAZ REFLOATED OFF BATAM
- WALLENIUS WILHELMSEN BEGINS REACTIVATING NINE OF ITS VESSELS
- SEASPAN CORPORATION ACQUIRES 15,000 TEU BOXSHIP PAIR
UAE-based fabrication company Lamprell inks new contract with Saudi AramcoUAE-based Lamprell has been awarded a contract by Saudi Aramco for engineering, procurement, construction and installation.
Athens-based Pioneer Marine reveals sale of four bulkersIn its most recent collection of financial results, Athens-based handysize specialist Pioneer Marine announced the selling of four bulkers.
Singapore’s first LNG bunkering vessel begins commercial operationsSingapore's first liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering vessel, FueLNG Bellina, has begun commercial operations.
Rauma Shipyard shuts down production after 239 workers tested positive for COVID-19After 239 employees tested positive for coronavirus, Finland-based shipbuilder Rauma Marine Constructions shut down production.
ABS to class Jones Act wind turbine installation vesselAccording to the release of ABS, the first ever Jones Act compliant offshore wind turbine installation vessel (WTIV), a main vessel for the growth of the U.S. offshore wind industry, will be constructed in ABS Class.
Maersk unveils its plans for Europe’s largest production facility of green ammoniaCopenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has unveiled plans to set up Europe's largest green ammonia production facility, with AP Moller - Maersk as one of its collaborators.
Bureau Veritas joins Coalition for the Energy of the FutureThe Energy of the Future Coalition gathers 14 multinational companies dedicated to promoting the energy transition in transport and logistics.
Chantiers de l’Atlantique plans to to test its sail systemThe French shipbuilder Chantiers de l'Atlantique is planning to construct at the shipyard a first-of-its-kind model of Solid Sail/AeolDrive, a large-scale sailing solution.
US Wind chooses K2 Management for Maryland Offshore Wind ProjectFor Maryland Offshore Wind Project off the coast of the US, K2 Management has been designated owner's engineer by US Wind.
US Navy conducts underway replenishment exercise with France and JapanThe Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force Towada-class replenishment vessel JS Hamana (AOE-424) and the French Floréal-class light frigate FNS Prairial joined USS Curtis Wilbur (DDG 54) to perform a tri-lateral replenishment-at-sea (RAS) on Feb. 19.
Port Authority of Singapore and Norway's Yara join ammonia-fuelled tanker initiativeThe Singapore Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) and Yara International ASA, a Norwegian fertilizer company, have joined the ammonia-fuelled tanker project.
American Cruise Lines adds new ship to Pacific NorthwestAmerican Cruise Lines has announced that by 2021 it will now have six ships in the Pacific Northwest, four of which will sail on the Columbia and Snake Rivers.