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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

Clock ticking on Fowey ship arrest

22/04/2014
A ship detained at Fowey for multiple safety and accommodation failings will face arrest at 17:00 BST today unless the owners pay the crew the wages they owe

Len Holder, Videotel Chairman

22/04/2014
It is with sadness and regret that we announce the passing of Len Holder, Videotel Chairman, who died April 21st after a short illness. Len dedicated his lifetime in the

ISS to support Petrobras expansion in Central America and the Caribbean

22/04/2014
Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS) has had its port agency and tanker husbandry services contract significantly

Marshall Islands: Celebrating 100 Million Gross Tons in the RMI Registry

22/04/2014
The Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) Registry surpassed 100 million gross tons (gt) in the first

Shippers Vapores, Hapag-Lloyd clear hurdle to merger deal

22/04/2014
A significant majority of shareholders in Chilean shipper Compania SudAmericana de Vapores lent their

Too early to say shipping's bad days are over: Ex-Shipping secretary

22/04/2014
Shipping companies globally have been struggling with oversupply of ships and little demand in

China Shipping Development scraps three bulkers

22/04/2014
China Shipping Development Co (CSDC) has sent three old dry bulk carriers to the scrapyard as part

CIL drops plans to enter shipping business

22/04/2014
State-run Coal India Ltd (CIL) has dropped its plan to enter the shipping business because of lack

Pertamina to have two more oil tankers

22/04/2014
State-owned oil company Pertamina will have two more oil tankers now being under a final construction

E/W Supply/demand: Med-North America

22/04/2014
After recording a 10% full-year growth in westbound volume 2013 over the year before, the early signals for 2014 show continued growth, as Mediterranean exporters continue to reap the harvest of a recovering US economy.

Westbound
Volumes on the westbound trade between the Med and

Building a shipping brand

22/04/2014
Over 100,000 merchant vessels carry 90% of the world's trade, yet the shipping sector rarely gets good press. In fact, it rarely gets any press, unless something goes terribly wrong. The industry bemoans this negative coverage, but rarely does anything about it – collectively or as individual companies. Since the global financial crisis struck, there has been little positive
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