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13 June 2019
13:29
Two tankers’ attack in the Gulf of Oman

On June 13, two tankers were damaged in a suspected attack in the Gulf of Oman near the Strait of Hormuz. The product carrier Kokuka…

12 June 2019
17:46
Euroseas closed the refinancing of two vessels

Euroseas company has closed its earlier revealed refinancing of two vessels. The company explained that the financing was closed with simultaneous interest rate reduction of 0.5%…

16:44
DSME has got a new order for an LNG carrier

Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) has secured another LNG carrier order from Maran Gas Maritime. The Greece-based shipowner, part of Angelicoussis Shipping Group, ordered…

14:39
Wasaline: the automation concept rules will be developed

Ferry company Wasaline is building a new RoPax ferry that will be ready for remote operations and equipped to run on liquefied natural gas (LNG),…

11 June 2019
17:39
The Gulf of Guinea have become more violent for seafarers

The government of India has issued a restriction banning all Indian seafarers from working on vessels in the Gulf of Guinea. In a circular sent…

16:06
NORDEN to test a large vessel powered with biofuel

Norden is conducting a second test voyage with a large ocean-going vessel powered by CO2 neutral biofuel, the Danish shipping company said on social media….

15:33
High-Tech Standards will be applied by ONE Apus

The 2019-built boxship ONE Apus became one of the most high-tech ships to enter the Port of New York and New Jersey as it arrived…

10 June 2019
17:39
Major US ports continue to develop its container growth

Imports at the US major retail container ports are expected to continue to grow this summer as retailers stock up inventory to get ahead of…

14:52
CMA CGM to deliver twenty LNG-powered containerships by 2022

French container shipping giant CMA CGM, on the occasion of World Environment Day has reiterated its commitment to the environment, striving to be a leader in…

13:52
Shipping industry to refuse the piracy in the Gulf of Guinea

The shipping industry, along with seafarer groups, has called for an urgent action against the ongoing issue of piracy in the Gulf of Guinea. “The…

7 June 2019
17:25
NSR will be developed by Rosatom, DP World, Norilsk Nickel and RDIF

Rosatom, DP World, Norilsk Nickel and Russian Direct Investment Fund have agreed to explore the joint development of the Northern Sea Route (NSR). Under the…

14:58
MSC to implement the war risk on shipments into Venezuela

MSC shipping company has decided to implement a war risk premium surcharge on cargo coming from worldwide destinations into Venezuela. The surcharge will be applied…

14:12
SHI has an order for construction of 2 LNG carriers

South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) has received an order for the construction of two liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers. The ships will be…

6 June 2019
15:43
GasLog to control their vessels in the Cool Pool

LNG carrier owners and operators GasLog and GasLog Partners have decided to assume commercial control of their vessels currently operating in the LNG carrier spot…

14:46
Oldendorff Carriers have completed 23 deals for the last year

Germany-based dry bulk carrier owner and operator Oldendorff Carriers has completed a total of 23 deals with three Chinese leasing companies during the last twelve…

13:14
K LINE to develop its automated kites for ships

Japanese shipping giant K Line has signed a major agreement with France-based Airseas, a developer of automated power kites for ships, during Nor-Shipping 2019. Under…

5 June 2019
16:55
One Sea will be entered by 3 new shipping companies

Three more players in the international maritime sector have joined One Sea, the industry alliance that promotes a common goal of self-guiding shipping. Global satellite…

14:52
J. Lauritzen to develop its fleet with new bulk carriers

Danish shipping company J. Lauritzen has shrunk its fleet by 15 bulk carriers amid a weak market. The company’s controlled fleet stood at 68 bulk…

4 June 2019
17:00
PSA’s port operations will be transformed to reduce carbon emissions

Singapore-based port operator PSA International is looking to reduce energy use and carbon footprint at the Pasir Panjang Terminal’s container ports. Under a partnership with…

15:58
Corvus Energy will launch new Energy Storage System for cruise ships

Canadian manufacturer of energy storage systems Corvus Energy is to launch a new battery for cruise ships, Ro-Pax and Ro-Ro with unlimited capacity. The company…