- 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
Swan Hellenic to require staff and crew to be vaccinated against COVID-19Swan Hellenic has announced that all its workers and crew will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19. The start-up brand plans to launch a service with Minerva later this year.
Port Authority of Singapore crosses 100,000 mark for crew changeDuring the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in Singapore, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has passed the 100,000 mark for crew changes carried out in Singapore.
Three crewmembers died after fire on offshore vessel in IndiaOn Saturday, an offshore supply ship (OSV) with a crew of 18 members caught fire while off Mumbai, India, resulting in the deaths of three offshore employees.
Maersk Drilling unveils two new contracts with Shell and NAMIn its latest fleet status report, Maersk Drilling has disclosed two new contracts, adding to a raft of new contracts announced since the beginning of the year.
Pirates release fifteen Turkish sailorsLast month in the Gulf of Guinea, fifteen Turkish sailors abducted by pirates were released in Nigeria and will be returning home two weeks after the attackers made contact to discuss a ransom.
Israeli carrier ZIM signs $1bn contract for 10 Seaspan newbuildsA deal worth more than $1 billion has been signed by Israeli carrier ZIM with Seaspan, one of the world's largest container shipping charterers, for a range of LNG-fuelled ships.
Castor Maritime joins tanker sector with two aframax buyWith the purchase of two Korean Aframax tankers built in 2005 for $27.2 million, Nasdaq-listed Greek owner Castor Maritime has joined the tanker industry.
Uniper and Port of Rotterdam Authority work on green hydrogen plantThe German energy company Uniper and the Port of Rotterdam Authority are exploring large-scale green hydrogen production possibilities in the Maasvlakte area of Rotterdam, the largest port in Europe.
ABS organizes webinar on reducing risks for continued operations of FPUsFloating production units (FPUs) are site-specific units and when intended to continue operating beyond its design life, asset owners must determine if it is possible to keep the unit in operation.
Nisshin Kaiun sells one of its scrubber fitted vessels, ColognyThis year Nisshin Kaiun has been in an active position, selling two capes. In the past couple of years, the company has pruned its cape arm.
Ocean Network Express becomes latest company to trial GoodFuels’s biofuelThe two-month trial on the 4,803 teu MOL Experience was carried out. In November, bunkering was carried out at the port of Rotterdam.
Malaysia’s Sapura Energy receives new contracts worth $457mSapura Energy of Malaysia has announced recent contract wins worth MYR1.85bn ($457.5m) in total.