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Greencarrier Freight Services strengthens organisation in Norway

23/04/2014
Greencarrier AB, which until now has operated as two separate organisations in Norway for its freight forwarding and logistics

Zim wants state to surrender its golden share to ease merger

23/04/2014
As a wave of mergers and acquisitions in the maritime shipping business gets under way, the Israel

PT PLN, Chinese firms team up on marine transport of CNG

23/04/2014
Indonesian state-owned electricity company PT PLN has teamed up with three Chinese companies —

Nakilat Expands LNG Fleet with Three New Vessels

23/04/2014
Nakilat, Qatar's premier gas transporter, has added three new LNG vessels to its fleet through its joint

Iceberg twice the size of Atlanta: B31 iceberg could cause shipping concerns

23/04/2014
An iceberg twice the size of Atlanta could cause some major shipping concerns during the Antarctic winter.

Pan Ocean axes heavylift newbuilding contract

23/04/2014
South Korea's Pan Ocean has cancelled a shipbuilding contract for a semi-submersible heavylift carrier at compatriot yard STX Dalian. In a brief

Chonghaejin Marine's 'real' owner hunted

23/04/2014
Financial regulators have launched a joint investigation with customs and tax officials into Chonghaejin Marine, the operator of the sunken ferry Sewol,

Höegh LNG - Taking delivery of the PGN FSRU LAMPUNG

23/04/2014
Höegh LNG Ltd took delivery of the "PGN FSRU Lampung", the first of the four newbuilt FSRUs that the company has ordered from

Chemoil confirms 2 May as last day of trading in Singapore

23/04/2014
Global marine fuels supplier Chemoil Energy Limited has announced that its last day of trading on the Singapore Exchange will be

Dry Bulk: African Stars Set to Rise?

23/04/2014
Dry bulk exports from Africa totalled around 200mt in 2013, and the majority of this volume was shipped from South Africa, an established major iron ore and coal exporter. However, exports from other African countries have grown at a much more rapid pace. Between 2011 and 2013, African dry bulk exports, excluding those from South Africa, grew 55% to 66mt.

N/S Supply/demand: Asia-Australia

23/04/2014
For many of the other trades analysed in Drewry’s Container Insight Weekly in recent weeks, the effect of Chinese New Year continues to be played out in container volumes now being reported, and the same holds true of the Asia-Australasia trade lane.

Southbound
Volumes in January had shown something of a pre-Chinese

EU Commission clarifies EU rules on cabotage and reports on developments in this sector

23/04/2014
The European Commission has given new guidance on the interpretation of the regulation to provide cabotage within a

Clean European barge rates at 2014 highs on strong demand, water levels

23/04/2014
Clean Northwest European barge rates are at year-to-date peaks on high liquidity in the Rotterdam ultra low sulfur

MAN Diesel & Turbo Ready to Support Tier III Maritime Age

23/04/2014
IMO decision to move forward with Tier III rules underscores MAN view that pushing technology readiness is right thing to do. “We are ready

Asia Fuel Oil-Cash differentials still under pressure; regional demand weak

23/04/2014
The 380-cst fuel oil cash differential widened to a near one-week low on Tuesday, under pressure from by ample

ICHCA International calls for improved safety standards for ships’ lifting appliances

23/04/2014
ICHCA International – the NGO association dedicated to improving safety, security, sustainability and

WISTA Conquers the UAE

23/04/2014
Delegates from the Women’s International Shipping & Trading Association (WISTA) were in Dubai earlier this

MOL Logistics Subsidiary in Thailand Acquires AEO Certification

22/04/2014
MOL Logistics (Japan) Co., Ltd. announced that its subsidiary in Thailand, MOL Logistics (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (Managing

Knightsbridge Fleet: Perfect Fit For New Panama Canal

22/04/2014
Investors are having a close look at shipping fleets as experts debate whether the industry has bottomed and is looking upslope

Swire Pacific Offshore (SPO) Celebrates the Launch of its 8th D-Class Vessel, Pacific Dragon on Good Friday

22/04/2014
Shipowner and operator, Swire Pacific Offshore Operations (Pte) Ltd (SPO) celebrated the launch
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