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As Iraq sells more oil to Asia, quality issues emerge

Iraq's rush to pump more oil to Asia has coincided with complaints from some buyers about the

New Study Raises Threat of Bankruptcies for Container-Shipping Industry

Ships’ captains no longer fear that they’ll sail over the edge of the earth. For container carriers today,

Konecranes launches new revolutionary container crane

Konecranes introduces its first product especially developed for the emerging markets -- the BOXHUNTER

Clarksons Opens Dry Cargo Broking Operation in New York

Clarksons, the world's leading shipping services group, is delighted to announce that it has further

Inmarsat brings Hollywood to the high seas

The latest Hollywood blockbusters will soon be available to commercial shipping companies across the

Market recovery continues across Japan for WSS

Speaking ahead of Sea Japan this week, WSS General Manager for Japan Yoshihiro Iizuka says that although

OW Bunker forms strategic relationship with Genoil for 0.1% low sulphur fuel oil

OW Bunker, one of the world’s leading physical distributors and resellers of marine fuels, today announced

Launch of Maritime Security handbook: stowaways by sea by The Nautical Institute

Improvements in security have not reduced the number of stowaways or the number of incidents and it is

Songa Offshore expects to secure financing for remaining rigs

Norwegian oil driller Songa Offshore is confident it can raise the debt it needs in order to pay for the last two rig newbuilds it has ordered, Chief

Shipping regulation changes proposed

The federal government could scrap laws designed to protect local ship operators from competition from foreign vessels, under planned changes to the

Hanjin chooses Intellian FB antennas

Korean manufacturer Intellian announced that it has won a contract to supply FleetBroadband antennas for 38 Hanjin Shipping container vessels. Designed for merchant

U-Ming posts lower earnings in 2013

Taiwan's U-Ming Marine Transport Corp has reported lower earnings in the financial year ended 31 December 2013 amid the challenging business environment of the global

The evolution of the Ro/Ro Carrier: Towards a greener future

World’s largest (deepsea) Ro/Ro carriers
Dynamar has issued a brand new report of the subject on Deepsea Ro/Ro Shipping. It is a unique publication, focusing on two different types of roll-on/roll-off ships operating in intercontinental waters: Conventional Ro/Ro Vessels, and Vehicle Carriers. Among the many features covered, this publication

Serious Ballast Water Management Convention Problems Still Need to be Resolved by IMO

The global shipping industry - represented by the International chamber of Shipping (ICS), BIMCO,

Japan's Iran crude buyers raise cargo, hull insurance cover to Yen 39.6 bil: sources

Japanese buyers of Iranian crude have increased their shipping insurance cover for cargo and hull

Singapore's mandatory mass flow meter move saves time for owners

A bold step taken by Singapore to mandate the use of mass flow meters for bunkering will slash the time needed on

Persian Gulf to Japan LR1/LR2 freight spread narrows to 6-month low

A steadily narrowing spread between the Long Range 1 and 2 tankers for the benchmark Persian Gulf to Japan route, which

Challenging outlook for containers, bulkers: HMM

Shipowners will have to continue to operate under challenging conditions in the global container and dry bulk markets in 2014 due largely to the lingering overhang of

Genoil and OW Bunker in Partnership for Low Sulphur Fuel Oil

Genoil Inc. and OW Bunker, one of the world's leading physical distributors and resellers for marine fuel, announced today that they

Winners Announced for the 2014 International Seafarers’ Welfare Awards

The winners of the 2014 International Seafarers’ Welfare Awards were announced last night during a high profile
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