Chairman of MISC resigns 3 weeks after his appointmentUmno MP Tan Sri Noh Omar has resigned as the chairman of the Malaysia International Shipping Corporation shortly after his recent appointment.
300 Maersk vessels to help climate scienceMaersk vessels will assist global research efforts on weather patterns and climate change by committing 300 vessels owned by companies to participate in the global Voluntary Observing Ship (VOS) programme, the company stated in its press release.
Shanghai Exchange announced new rules for LSFO Futures ContractChina's Shanghai International Energy Exchange (INE) published rules for low-sulfur fuel oil (LSFO) futures.
Ocean shipping slows down due to pandemicSlower shipping times also mean importers will postpone delivery payments.
Abu Dhabi Ports launches new feeder servicesAbu Dhabi Ports has set up a new feeder services business, SAFEEN FEEDERS, to support the Gulf region's mainliner shipping customers.
Iran to continue fuel shipments to VenezuelaIran will resume fuel shipments to Venezuela if further supplies are needed by Caracas, a spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry said Monday.
International Chamber of Shipping welcomes EU moves on COVID-19The International Chamber of Shipping welcomed the European Commission's guidance calling on EU Member States, in coordination with the Commission, to designate ports around EU shores for fast-track crew changes, with adequate facilities for seafarers to
Viking Line to continue service in the Baltic SeaBecause of the coronavirus, Viking Line will continue to maintain reduced level of service at the Baltic Sea. To ensure security of supply, four of the Company's seven vessels will sail primarily with cargo between Finland and Sweden, the Åland Islands, a
Polaris Shipping: Fuel tanks intact on groundedVery large ore carrier (VLOC) Stellar Banner remain intact as two oil spill response vessels reach the site of the grounding.
MOL and DSME join forces for new FSRU technologyMitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) and Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., Ltd. (DSME) have entered into an agreement to jointly develop a new technology
Evoqua introduces remodelled SeaCURE ballast water management systemUsing the same approved electrochlorination technology, Evoqua Water Technologies has re-modelled its SeaCURE® BWMS to provide optimum high flow rate performance from what is now one of the smallest electrochlorination system on the market.
Full house for opening of Turkish maritime fairThe 14th International ExpoShipping EXPOMARITT Maritime Exhibition and Conference, organised jointly by UBM and the Turkish Chamber of Shipping (IMEAK), opened yesterday at the Pendik Green Park Convention Center in Istanbul.
India eyes development of new portsIndia is looking to develop a number of new and small ports for commercial shipping transportation, according to data released by India’s Ministry of Shipping.