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  • 26 December 2018

    Drewry believes headhaul volumes may struggle to match this year’s growth rate.

  • 23 August 2016
    Business & Finance, Equipment, Operations & Maintenance, Research & Development

    NOAA and its partners will visit what remains of the World War II German U-boat U-576 and the Nicaraguan-flagged freighter SS Bluefields to document the so-called “Battle of the Atlantic”. On July 15, 1942, the U-boat sank the SS Bluefields. However, the merchant ship convoy and its U.S. military escorts fought back, sinking the U-boat […]

  • 22 October 2019

    Two fast crew supplier vessels configured as patrol boats for West African offshore services supplier Homeland Integrated Offshore Services Limited (HIOSL) have arrived in Nigeria.

  • 13 June 2017

    Large shipping losses have declined by 50% over the past decade, largely driven by the development of a more robust safety environment by shipowners, according to Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty SE’s (AGCS) fifth annual Safety & Shipping Review 2017. 85 large vessels were lost worldwide in 2016, down by 16% when compared with a […]

  • 28 April 2013

    On 18 April, Port of Amsterdam named two new sustainable patrol vessels designed and built by Damen Shipyards Group in Gorinchem. The official naming ceremony was performed by Port of Amsterdam CEO Dertje Meijer, who named the Pollux, and State Harbourmaster Janine van Oosten, who named the Castor. The two vessels are replacing Patrol Vessel […]

  • 28 November 2017
    Rules & Regulation

    The whole world would be watching the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in 2018, looking for something of real substance when it comes to reducing greenhouse gas emissions from international shipping, IMO’s Secretary-General Kitack Lim pointed out. “Next year really will be a time when the world will expect IMO Member States to deliver a clear […]

  • 21 February 2013

    After a three-month absence, HMS Bristol is back where she belongs – at the foot of Whale Island – after being moved to a new berth. Tugs moved the veteran destroyer to her new berth, created to allow larger vessels to use the nearby international port. Shielding their eyes against the bright February sun, workers […]

  • 29 April 2013
    Business & Finance

    On 18 April, Port of Amsterdam named two new sustainable patrol vessels designed and built by Damen Shipyards Group in Gorinchem. The official naming ceremony was performed by Port of Amsterdam CEO Dertje Meijer, who named the Pollux, and State Harbourmaster Janine van Oosten, who named the Castor. The two vessels are replacing Patrol Vessel […]

  • 1 October 2018

    Moore Stephens: Total annual operating costs in the shipping industry fell by 1.3% in 2017.

  • 13 March 2014
    Business & Finance

    Port2Port Maritime Security Ltd. has been awarded full certification / accreditation for ISO 28000: ISO/PAS 28007. Following a rigorous validation process, Port2Port is independently certified through MSS Global via the UK Accreditation Service (UKAS), with full compliance to the new security management system specification. Andrew Varney, Managing Director of Port2Port Maritime said: “This award is […]

  • 9 May 2012

      Piracy and armed robbery against ships off the coast of Somalia, in the Gulf of Aden and the wider Indian Ocean will be high on the agenda when IMO’s Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) meets at the Organization’s London Headquarters for its 90th session from 16 to 25 May 2012. A High-Level Segment will be […]

  • 4 March 2014
    Business & Finance

    Maersk Training’s cutting-edge helicopter and helideck simulators to support new lifelike offshore emergency trainings

  • 9 January 2014
    Business & Finance

    Tecton Corporation (TTNC) (Endurance Exploration Group) announces that Steven Saint Amour has joined its Board of Directors. Company CEO, Micah J. Eldred commented, “We are pleased to have Steven join our team. Steven’s deep water technical experience in our industry will prove a valuable resource for our management team, and on behalf of the shareholders, […]

  • 27 June 2012
    Business & Finance

    On behalf of the global cruise industry, Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) and the European Cruise Council (ECC) yesterday announced that the cruise industry has adopted two new safety policies. These policies, which address issues related to the recording of passenger nationality and the common elements of musters and emergency instructions, result from the Cruise […]

  • 26 January 2012

    The Navy plans to cut a total of 16 ships from its five-year budget, reducing the number of ships funded in fiscal 2013 by three, from 13 down to 10. Most of these ships are expected to be the Joint High Speed Vessel, built for both the Navy and the Army, and other support ships. […]

  • 14 May 2013
    Business & Finance

    The number of seabirds recorded washed up on beaches in two incidents along the English Channel, covered in polyisobutene (PIB), has passed 4,000. Now, leading wildlife conservation and animal welfare charities and the UK Chamber of Shipping, supported by the wider industry body Maritime UK, have come together as a single voice to call for […]

  • 18 October 2018

    NGO Shipbreaking Platform: 24 deaths and 9 injuries were recorded at beaching yards in South Asia

  • 25 August 2015
    Business & Finance

    The total insured loss at Tianjin port, following the two blasts that ripped through the port on August 12th, has been estimated at CNY 5 – 10b (USD 833m – 1.67b), by China’s Central University of Finance and Economics and USD 1.0 – 1.5b by Credit Suisse. Tianjin, the port gateway to Beijing, is a major base for petrochemicals, […]

  • 25 April 2013

    Seafarers’ suggestions on how to improve their situation when facing criminal charges were presented at the landmark 100th session of the Legal Committee of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) which met in London on 15 – 19 April, 2013. The suggestions, which emanated from a comprehensive eight language survey conducted by Seafarers’ Rights International (SRI) […]

  • 13 July 2012
    Business & Finance, Equipment, Operations & Maintenance, Research & Development

    Survey ship HMS Echo has discovered an underwater mountain the size of the Rock of Gibraltar has she sailed through poorly-mapped waters in the Red Sea. The ship came across the huge feature while searching for volcanoes on the seabed – and also located a WW2 wreck off the Libyan coast as her 19-month deployment […]

  • 13 July 2012

    Survey ship HMS Echo has discovered an underwater mountain the size of the Rock of Gibraltar as she sailed through poorly-mapped waters in the Red Sea. The ship came across the huge feature while searching for volcanoes on the seabed – and also located a WW2 wreck off the Libyan coast as her 19-month deployment […]

  • 25 August 2015
    Business & Finance

    The total insured loss at Tianjin port, following the two blasts that ripped through the port on August 12th, has been estimated at CNY 5 – 10b (USD 833m – 1.67b), by China’s Central University of Finance and Economics and USD 1.0 – 1.5b by Credit Suisse. Tianjin, the port gateway to Beijing, is a major base for petrochemicals, […]