- 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
Iran plans to allow South Korean crew to leave from tankerAccording to Iranian foreign ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh, Iran says it will allow the crew of a South Korean tanker that it seized for alleged environmental pollution to leave the country.
Antwerp Port works on smart bollards with sensorsThe Port of Antwerp and the technology company Zensor are joining forces to improve security on the walls of the quay. The Bollard Monitor, a digital sensor which measures the tension on a bollard, was developed by Zensor.
Tianjin Southwest Maritime to receive VLGC from Jiangnan ShipyardChinese gas carrier operator Tianjin Southwest Maritime has ordered the construction of a 93,000 cu m very wide gas carrier at Jiangnan Shipyard (VLGC).
Lloyd’s Register advances cyber capacity in GreeceThe new Nettitude hub will offer Greece advanced cyber expertise and follows the recent support of the Greek sales team by LR.
Japanese shipping major K Line to share ship operational dataJapanese shipping companies Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) and Ship Data Center (ShipDC) have agreed to exchange operational data through the IoS Open Platform for the entire K Line fleet equipped with Kawasaki Integrated Maritime Solutions.
Royal Caribbean's former Majesty of the Seas arrives PiraeusThe former Majesty of the Seas of Royal Caribbean International arrived in Piraeus on Monday, with the vessel being sold in December by Royal Caribbean International to an undisclosed owner.
Liberian Registry signs Neptune Declaration on Seafarer Wellbeing and Crew ChangeThe Neptune Declaration on Seafarer Wellbeing and Crew Change was signed by the Liberian Registry, making it the first flag registry on the list of 300 plus maritime stakeholders, pledging to address the crew change crisis.
SMM Digital starts free online conferences todaySMM (Shipbuilding, Machinery & Marine Technology), the world's largest maritime trade fair, will be completely interactive when it opens its doors from 2-5 February 2021.
South Korea to work on LPG-propelled shipsOn January 31, the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries announced that it had approved the vessel inspection regulations of the Korean Register of Shipping concerning LPG-propelled vessels.
Thordon Bearings helps to keep world's oldest steam driven tug operationalAfter the completion of a project to add new propeller shaft bearings, one of the oldest tugboats in the world, the 117-year-old steam-driven Daniel Adamson, is expected to return to service offering short cruises along the River Weaver.
IMO aims to work on financial challenges of shipping’s transitionThe International Maritime Organization announced that work continued last week at a meeting of the FIN-SMART Roundtable Workstream 1 to resolve the financial challenges of shipping's transition to a more sustainable future.
Castor Maritime buys 2010-built kamsarmax for $15.85 MNasdaq-listed Greek owner Castor Maritime has reported that for $15.85 million it has purchased a 2010-built kamsarmax.