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4 June 2019
Cammell Laird to make a special design for the RoPax Ferry

British shipbuilder Cammell Laird announced “ambitious plans to disrupt the newbuild ferry market” with a new specially designed roll-on/roll-off passenger (RoPax) ferry. As informed, the…

3 June 2019
AIE has concluded a new contract with PKGT

Australian Industrial Energy (AIE) has awarded a key wharf facility and pipeline construction contract for its Port Kembla Gas Terminal (PKGT). The contract was awarded…

Maersk and DB Schenker will create new eco-friendly cargo transportation

Danish shipping major Maersk and DB Schenker, that partnered up in 2014, are putting their heads together to create more sustainable, environmentally-friendly transportation networks around…

Danish TORM to expand its fleet

Danish shipping company TORM has reached an agreement to acquire four modern MR vessels “at an attractive price point”. The quartet, built in 2011 by…

28 May 2019
Spirit of Discovery has completed the passing of the river Ems

Spirit of Discovery, a new cruise ship built by German Meyer Werft for UK’s Saga Cruises, has completed its conveyance across the river Ems. The…

Norled to construct 2 eco-friendly ferries

Norwegian ferry company Norled and its compatriot shipyard Westcon have signed a contract for the construction of two new environmentally-friendly ferries. As informed, one of…

27 May 2019
Brodosplit to deliver a new cruise ship for OEX

Croatian shipbuilder Brodosplit has handed over Hondius, a new polar cruise ship, to Dutch-based company Oceanwide Expeditions (OEX). The delivery ceremony for Hondius took place…

MacGregor has concluded a contract for the two RoPax ferries

Cargo and load-handling solutions provider MacGregor has concluded a contract with an unidentified shipowner in Scandinavia for the conversion of two RoPax ferries. The company,…

24 May 2019
Loggino will be the first digital shipping company

The first digital shipping company, chosen out of 17 global applicants, is set to be revealed on June 6 in Oslo, Norway, during Nor-Shipping, the…

Hyper-smart Container has begun its round-the-world trip

Dutch Port of Rotterdam is sending today the hyper-smart Container 42 on a two-year data-collecting mission around the world. Before it embarks on the long…

MSC Matilde to be listed in the Port of Liverpool

MSC Matilde, a containership operated by Swiss Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC), has been reported listing at a UK port. The Panama-flagged ship was found to…

23 May 2019
Aalborg White to start its “sea life”

Aalborg White, the first of three 4,200 dwt cement carriers being built for Cyprus-based Eureka Shipping, has started sea trials ahead of its delivery next…

Wisdom Marine to order two vessels from Japan

Taiwanese shipping company Wisdom Marine has approved a plan to order two bulk carriers at Japan’s Imabari Shipbuilding. The new vessels would feature 37,800 dwt, according…

Hyundai Heavy Industries to built two LNG carriers

Hyundai Heavy Industries has concluded newbuilding agreements for two LNG carriers. According to a stock exchange filing, the deals have a value of KRW 463.8…

22 May 2019
Summit LNG ship has arrived to the Bay of Bengal

Summit LNG is Bangladesh’s second floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU), has arrived to the Bay of Bengal, Summit Power International (SPI) said. The unit…

SFL to improve the first quarter of 2019’s results

Bermuda-based shipowner Ship Finance International Limited (SFL) closed the first quarter of 2019 with a considerably higher net results. The company’s net income rose to…

Moin container terminal in Costa Rica to administrate 12 container ships

Moin container terminal in Costa Rica will see 12 container ships diverted to docks administered by Costa Rica’s port authority JAPDEVA. The port authority confirmed…

20 May 2019
Russia to compensate EUR 2.7 million to Greenpeace

Russia will pay EUR 2.7 million (USD 3 million) to Greenpeace in compensation for unlawful detention of its ship Arctic Sunrise and 30 crewmembers in…

Peel Ports to built a site for innovative and sustainable industries in Scotland

UK’s port operator Peel Ports has open its plans for the major port and industrial center at Hunterston, one of Scotland’s most important development sites….

Climate Protection Requirements for Ships will be strengthened by IMO MEPC

The International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) has approved amendments to strengthen existing mandatory requirements for new ships to be more energy…