- 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
ONE liner services connect Hamburg with Mediterranean and MarmaraThe ONE shipping company has launched two new container liner services named Hamburg at the beginning of this year with the "North Europe East Mediterranean Express/NEX" and "North Europe Turkey Express/NTX."
U.S. indicts 3 North Korean hackers for stealing ship cryptocurrency plotThe U.S. Justice Department unsealed an indictment charging three North Korean computer programmers with stealing and extorting more than $1.3 billion in cash and cryptocurrencies from financial professionals and corporations.
Icebreakers escorted 610 vessels in eastern part of the Gulf of FinlandSince the beginning of the winter navigation season, icebreakers have escorted 610.
EU: "Climate change is a bigger threat than the COVID-19"In the long run, climate change is a "bigger" threat than the COVID-19 pandemic and needs urgent and collective action, the head of the EU delegation said.
Golden Ocean signs contract for 18 bulkers from FredriksenThe listed dry bulk arm of John Fredriksen Golden Ocean Group has entered into an agreement with Hemen Holding, the family company of Fredriksen, to purchase 18 bulk carriers.
Integrated Logistics becomes newest participant of Green MaritimeGreen Marine's newest member and the first QSL subsidiary to join the voluntary environmental certification program for the maritime industry of North America is Integrated Logistics.
Japan’s Mitsui OSK Lines merges marine and engineering unitsMitsui OSK Lines (MOL) of Japan has announced its intention to merge the wholly owned MOL Marine and MOL Engineering subsidiaries.
Captain of Wakashio returns to the courtThis week, almost six months after its grounding in pristine waters off Mauritius, recovery operations to remove the stern of the Wakashio newcastlemax have begun.
Greek capesize bulker owner Seanergy buys 12 secondhand capesize vesselsAn agreement to acquire a second-hand capesize vessel has been concluded by Nasdaq-listed Greek capesize bulker owner Seanergy Maritime Holdings.
Liberian Registry decides to expand its presence in South KoreaWith the launch of its Busan branch office, the Liberian Registry, the world's second largest ship registry, has agreed to extend its presence in South Korea.
Somalia rejects Kenya's 4th request to delay maritime caseSomalia refused the Kenyan Government's appeal to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to postpone the maritime case between the two neighboring East African countries.
Turkey to start using gas from Black Sea in 2023According to the Anadolu Agency, Turkey will start using gas from the Sakarya Gas Field in the Black Sea during the first quarter of 2023.