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Golar LNG appoints new CEO
Awilco Drilling awarded semi-sub contract by Alpha Petroleum Resources
Aker Solutions wins Statoil FEED contract
Songa Bulk readies for more ships
Dorian eyes the use of LPG as marine fuel
Atwood Oceanics jackup secures extension from Mubadala
Dominican Republic shuts most ports ahead of Maria, Puerto Rico loses power after hurricane's hit
Brazil's upcoming oil auction attracts 32 bidding companies
Adnoc looks at listing its merged shipping division
DP World buys Drydocks World and Dubai Maritime City
DP World to make exit from Surabaya
Shelf Drilling secures two jackup rig contracts
Glencore subsidiary ST Shipping faces lawsuit over ship impounded in Venezuela
MSC comes in for giant eleven 22,000 teu ship order at DSME
Keppel bets on seaborne data centres
White knight swoops for Swissco’s OSV business
Jiangsu Fanzhou Shipping orders semi-submersible vessel at Nantong Xiangyu
Cosco Shipping Specialized Carriers signs COA with JGC Corporation
One Belt, One Road and the Old Man and the Sea
Worker dies after crane collapses at Yangzijiang yard
Fichte & Co: "Be aware of jurisdiction clauses"
BW Group: Gas focus for Sohmen-Pao
April 12th, 2013 |
Singapore: One of shipping’s blue chip names, BW Group, has undergone a remarkable transformation since the onset of the downturn in 2008, ditching its...
Nam Cheong: "Room to grow further"
April 11th, 2013 |
Singapore: Nam Cheong has been a near-constant in the news in recent months, becoming one of the busiest companies in the OSV sector. With a history that stretches...
INTTRA: Box volumes bloom
April 10th, 2013 |
Parsippany: Container volumes are back to 2007 levels, according to the boss of INTTRA, the company whose products are designed to automate ocean shipping...
Holman Fenwick Willan: "Seek our guidance early"
April 9th, 2013 |
London: In the job for just a week, Paul Dean, the new head of law firm Holman Fenwick Willan’s (HFW) shipping practice, talks to Maritime CEO...
Flagship Management: Maritime talent drain warning
April 8th, 2013 |
Pompano Beach: The inexorable rise of the offshore business as traditional shipping has slumped has brought about a potentially troublesome HR problem, says a...
Österreichischer Lloyd: "Always seeking new opportunities"
April 5th, 2013 |
Limassol: Cyprus remains near the top of the world’s news agenda, its dramatic financial fall putting the Eurozone area on edge. Maritime CEO speaks...
CLC Projects: Eye on China-Africa trade
April 4th, 2013 |
Hong Kong: Maritime CEO came across an interesting statistic recently: trade between the southern Chinese province of Guangdong and Africa has surpassed the...
Wallem: Delivering maritime solutions
April 3rd, 2013 |
Hong Kong: The Wallem Group is actively trying to get the market to notice it is far more than just a shipmanager. With a new website and a new tagline:...
PortMiami: $2bn of infrastructure spending
April 2nd, 2013 |
Miami: Maritime CEO hates to be upstaged, but when it’s the President of the United States getting in front of us, we can make exceptions. President...
Norton Rose: Finding finance vital
March 28th, 2013 |
London: One of the world’s most well-known transport lawyers talks to Maritime CEO today about key issues affecting...
CargoSphere: Helping shipping be "more collaborative"
March 27th, 2013 |
Chapel Hill: CargoSphere, the cloud-based global rate management solution and rate network for the ocean and air logistics sector, has seen an astonishing...
Shoft Shipyard: Defence propping up shipbuilders
March 26th, 2013 |
Mumbai: Increased political tensions are the great hidden beneficiary to troubled shipyards around the world, with defence spending escalating, argues the...
Softship: Hard-hit liners seek efficiencies
March 25th, 2013 |
Hamburg: Ever larger boxships are exerting enormous stress on containerlines’ back-office operations, says the boss of one of the top liner software...
Maersk Line: Skou calls for further consolidation
March 22nd, 2013 |
Long Beach: Soren Skou, the ceo of Denmark’s Maersk Line, is adamant that the liner sector needs further consolidation. In an exclusive...
AGODCO: $100m readied for LPG investments
March 21st, 2013 |
Abu Dhabi: In the first couple of months of Maritime CEO’s existence there has been plenty of owners and bankers backing LPG prospects. Today we catch...
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