- FRANCE’S NEXANS INKS SUPPLIER AGREEMENT WITH EMPIRE OFFSHORE WIND
- NASDAQ-LISTED SEANERGY MARITIME BUYS 2012-BUILT JAPANESE CAPESIZE BULKER
- MACRO OFFSHORE SUBSIDIARY JACKTEL WINS LONG-TERM TYRA CONTRACT
- CHINESE SHIPS ENTER JAPAN'S TERRITORIAL WATERS OFF SENKAKU ISLANDS
- NORWEGIAN OPERATOR WALLENIUS WILHELMSEN REACTIVATES LAST THREE LAID-UP VESSELS
- ALL AMERICAN MARINE JOINS FAMILY-OWNED BRYTON MARINE GROUP
- AKER OFFSHORE WIND AND HEXICON COMES TOGETHER FOR SWEDISH WIND PROJECTS
- HYUNDAI HEAVY INDUSTRIES WORKS ON HYDROGEN SUPPLY CHAIN BY 2030
- UN CALLS FOR SEAFARERS TO BE PRIORITISED FOR COVID-19 VACCINATIONS
Turkish Government marks 106th anniversary of Canakkale victoryTurkey commemorated Victory and Martyrs Day in Canakkale on Thursday, which memorializes the 1915 victory in World War I.
Japan's MUFG Bank joins Poseidon PrinciplesThe Poseidon Principles have been signed by MUFG Bank, a consolidated subsidiary of MUFG and Japan's largest bank.
Greek dry bulk owner Diana Shipping sells another panamaxDiana Shipping, a Greek dry bulk company, has announced the sale of the panamax bulker Naias, launched in 2006, for $11.25 million.
Liquid Wind joins Methanol InstituteThe Methanol Institute has welcomed Liquid Wind, a Gothenburg-based power-to-fuel venture.
Israeli carrier ZIM supports e-bill of lading investmentsWith a new investment in a local tech company, Israeli carrier ZIM is pursuing its goal of eliminating paper from bills of lading.
ONE Apus departs from Kobe after 98 daysThe 14,000 teu ONE Apus departed today after 98 days at a quayside in Kobe, bound for California once more.
Joint venture between Karpowership and Mitsui OSK Lines starts sea trialsKARMOL, a joint venture between Karpowership and Mitsui OSK Lines, has announced that its first floating storage regasification unit (FSRU) will begin sea trials off the coast of Singapore before being deployed to Senegal.
ABS launches digital emissions reporting toolABS has extended its industry-leading environmental enforcement service for shipowners and operators with the addition of another smart digital platform.
German government chooses Abeking & Rasmussen for new LNG-fueled trioGerman government ordered Schottel propulsion systems for three new LNG-fueled vessels on Abeking & Rasmussen ship and yacht shipyard in Lemwerder.
Singapore awarded new LNG bunker supplier license to Total’s subsidiaryAs part of its efforts to maintain the port's status as the leading global bunkering center for the shipping industry, Singapore is continuing to develop its liquefied natural gas bunkering infrastructure.
Wan Hai Lines plans to buy nine 13,000 TEU containershipsWan Hai Lines, a Taiwanese container shipping company, has announced plans to buy nine containerships with a capacity of nearly 13,000 TEU for up to $ 1.035 billion.
Denmark becomes co-sponsor of $5 billion research fund to decarbonize shippingDenmark has become a co-sponsor of a plan to establish a $5 billion International Maritime Research and Development Board (IMRB) at the United Nations' International Maritime Organization (IMO).