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Intesa Sanpaolo and Vei Capital take a stake in RINA

18/04/2014
Intesa Sanpaolo – through the Merchant Banking Management of its Corporate and Investment Banking Division – and VEI Capital  -

Ship Billionaires Unite to Compete With Maersk

18/04/2014
Hapag-Lloyd AG agreed to buy most of Chilean rival Cia. Sud Americana de Vapores SA’s assets and become the fourth-largest container shipping company in the

InterManager welcomes new protection for seafarers – The "Heart and Soul" of a ship

18/04/2014
InterManager, the international trade association for the ship management industry, has welcomed

Asia Fuel Oil-May/June timespread widens to more than 7-mth low

18/04/2014
The May/June timespread, or price difference between May and June loading 380-cst cargoes, widened to a more-than-seven month

Green Shoots Appear in the Shipping Market

18/04/2014
It would appear that shipping stocks are back in play as the Baltic Dry Index, or BDI for short, trends higher, bringing stocks like Diana, DryShips and Navios Maritime

Seacurus calls for speedy implementation of MLC amendments

18/04/2014
Specialist marine insurance intermediary Seacurus has welcomed the agreement to include in the Maritime Labour Convention

4 MOL-operated/managed Vessels Selected as 2013 "Best Quality Ships"

18/04/2014
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. yesterday announced that the following four MOL-operated and managed vessels were

Maersk Line struggling to fill mega container ships

18/04/2014
The Danish shipping giant Maersk Line is having trouble loading up its new Triple-E mega container ships to

CMA CGM Group is strengthening its presence in Madagascar

18/04/2014
Since the creation of CMA CGM Madagascar in 2003, the CMA CGM Group, the world’s third largest container

Global unions applaud NZ ‘slave ships’ progress

18/04/2014
Global unions the ITF (International Transport Workers' Federation) and IUF (International Union of Food,

NAUTIS FMB Simulator delivered to Maritime Academy of Nigeria

18/04/2014
A NAUTIS Full Mission Bridge Simulator was purchased and delivered to the Maritime Academy of Nigeria in Oron.

The risks associated with marine information technology

17/04/2014
Speaking today at Lloyd’s of London, Bernard Twomey and Jonathan Earthy of Lloyd’s Register addressed

GAIL plans $6 bln mega tender for 9 LNG ships to transport US gas

17/04/2014
GAIL (India) Ltd will soon hit the market to hire nine liquefied natural gas carriers in a deal that could

High US Gulf Coast crude stocks spark talk of barge conversions

17/04/2014
Talk of barging crude from the US Gulf of Mexico up to the East Coast is gaining traction as oil inventories

ClassNK Approves New Super-Efficient Fillet Welding Consumable

17/04/2014
Leading classification society ClassNK announced that it has granted type approval for the new MX-200F

Crashes in crucial U.S. crude waterway hit 10-year low

17/04/2014
Serious crashes in the bustling Bay of Galveston have fallen to the lowest level in a decade even as more

Cargo transit via Russian Arctic Northern Sea Route at new record high in 2013

17/04/2014
Traffic via the Northern Sea Route (NSR) that runs across Arctic waters continues to grow and hit new

TUI stake in Hapag-Lloyd to drop to 13.9 pct after CSAV tie-up

17/04/2014
German travel and tourism company TUI AG's stake in container shipping company Hapag-Lloyd will drop

VOS B.V. develops “walk-to-work” vessel concept

17/04/2014
Vroon Offshore Services (VOS) B.V. Den Helder has completed a first, new “walk-to-work” vessel concept

Sekimizu 'keen to implement' industry proposals at next MEPC

17/04/2014
IMO chairman Koji Sekimizu has welcomed industry proposals for alterations to be made to the Ballast Water Management
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