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18 October 2019
Hudson Shipping joins Trident Alliance

U.S.-based Hudson Shipping Lines became a member of the Trident Alliance as part of the company’s ongoing «green» initiatives. «The shipping industry has a tremendous…

17 October 2019
Samsung Heavy and Bloom Energy to develop fuel cell-powered ships

South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) and California-based provider of stationary fuel cells Bloom Energy have unveiled a collaboration to design and develop ships…

Saudi Railway Co and Russian Railways have signed a co-operation agreement

Russian Railways Chief Executive Oleg Belozerov, CEO of the Russian Direct Investment Fund Kirill Dmitriev and Saudi Railway Co CEO Dr Bashar Al Malik have…

15 October 2019
Banking on India

Political stability in India has prompted global shipping lines to launch two new services to the country recently. The direct IEX link to and from…

14 October 2019
Tallinn opens the refurbished part of Terminal D

First travellers have walked through the renovated parts of the ferry terminal, which will have been completed in full by the summer of 2020.Informs the…

11 October 2019
Rostock joins ALIS

The German Baltic port has joined the Rome-headquartered ALIS, the Logistic Association of Sustainable Intermodality, as an honorary member. The Port of Rostock is the…

9 October 2019
Impact of 3D printing on shipping volumes visible from 2030: Singapore research

The growth of 3D printing could impact shipping volumes in the region of 10% by 2040 according to research by Singapore academic institutions. 3D printing…

8 October 2019
Occidental Tentatively Fixes VLCC for Record $13.25 mln to Asia

Occidental Petroleum Corp provisionally chartered a supertanker to ship U.S. crude to South Korea for a new record of $13.25 million in November, three shipping…

4 October 2019
Cruise Lines invests $22 billion in clean fuel tech

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) said that its Cruise Lines have invested more than $22 billion in ships with new, energy-efficient technologies and cleaner fuels…

1 October 2019
SGRE builds world’s largest wind turbine blade

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) has begun construction of the world’s largest wind turbine blade test stand in Aalborg, Denmark. The site will be capable…

27 September 2019
New Type 31 royal navy frigates will be built In the UK

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that work will commence before the end of the year on the first of a series of new…

26 September 2019
Oman Shipping increased fleet with notable acquisition

Sinotrans Shipping, a subsidiary of China Merchants Group, has nailed notable S&P deal. According to splash, the low key owner has sold a one-year-old ultramax,…

13 September 2019
MODEC unveils new FPSO designs

Japanese floating production specialist MODEC has developed a pair of next generation new build hull designs for floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessels developed…

5 September 2019
Hapag-Lloyd Splits EU Ops into Two Regions

Cargo container shipping line Hapag-Lloyd has is to split its European operations into northern and southern regions. The company said the move was part of…

2 September 2019
Yilport Holding inks 49-year concession for port of Taranto

Yilport Holding announced it has signed a concession agreement with Port Network Authority of the Ionian Sea, the managing institution of the Port of Taranto…

23 August 2019
KCC made from wet to dry cargo switch on its CLEANBU

Shipowner Klaveness Combination Carriers (KCC) has undertaken a wet-dry cargo switch, marking a first for one of its CLEANBU combination carriers. The company’s 83,600 dwt Baru,…

NorthStar Midstream company to build an LNG bunker ship

NorthStar Midstream company plans to build an LNG bunker barge for operations along the country’s East Coast on the base of famous shipbuilder Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding The…


Anastasiya Yarmolyuk, Shipping The International Maritime Organization (IMO) regulations regarding the restrictions on sulfur emissions will have a ripple effect in shipping and the economy….

22 August 2019
Star Damon to be acquired by the GriegMaas

Dry bulk joint venture GriegMaas has expanded its fleet with the Ultramax vessel Star Damon. Formerly known as GH Frankel, the 2012-built Star Damon is…

Höegh LNG ended the 2nd quarter with net loss

Höegh LNG company ended the second quarter of 2019 with in the red amid seasonal variations and dry docking costs. The company recorded a net…