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Finance and Insurance
Svitzer secures 15-year contract from Excelerate Energy
Maersk adds extra layers of IT protection in the wake of Petya attack
Subsea 7 secures $250m extensions from Petrobras
Zodiac Maritime linked to Hanjin cape pair
Vessels transiting off Vanouver told to slow down to protect endangered whale species
Ensco wins a series of new contracts
Aegean Marine Petroleum Network appoints new president
Ports of LA and Long Beach aim for zero emissions
Zim IPO talk resurfaces
Nakilat and Höegh LNG team up on FSRU projects
Gulf Navigation raising $250m for further fleet expansion
Glickman succeeds Danieli at ZIM
Uni-Asia signs up to Korean financing vehicle
Crew rescued in stormy Bay of Bengal after 10 hours in a life raft
STX wins product tanker orders, waits on refund guarantees
PTP sues over lost revenues from last year’s huge bunker spill
Geared to go long
Fred Cheng linked with two more capes
Two Yangtze River shipping alliances established
Zhonghui Shipping orders bulker at Wuhu Shipyard
Maritime London: Open for business
Marco Polo Marine: First mover advantage in Indonesia
February 22nd, 2013 |
Singapore: Setting his sights high, Marco Polo Marine’s ceo has outlined plans to become a “significant” group in offshore oil and gas marine logistics and support...
DNV: Innovation necessary for survival, says Remi Eriksen
February 21st, 2013 |
Oslo: The industry’s focus on eco-ships is here to stay, and class societies need to spend more to provide owners with the solutions they need in...
Titanic II: Palmer reveals plans exclusively to Maritime CEO
February 20th, 2013 |
Brisbane: He’s the most talked about man in cruise shipping at the moment, something this media hungry tycoon relishes. In an exclusive interview with Maritime CEO...
Ocean Mobile: Championing VSATs
February 19th, 2013 |
Edinburgh: Hard pressed shipowners, desperate for savings in every operating department, can expect their shipping communications bills to fall, says the boss...
ShipServ: Shipping's 'seismic shift' towards e-commerce
February 18th, 2013 |
London: The founder and ceo of ShipServ, Paul Ostergaard, tells Maritime CEO readers today shipping has seen a “seismic shift in attitude” towards...
BBC Chartering: Breakbulk consolidation on the cards
February 15th, 2013 |
Leer: One of the world’s largest project shipping firms talks to Maritime CEO today on where the sector is headed. BBC Chartering’s ceo Svend...
Wikborg Rein: Owners seek 'commercial flexibility'
February 14th, 2013 |
Oslo: The slump in shipping has made owners seek greater commercial flexibility in their legal dealings, one of the world’s top maritime lawyers has...
Cambridge Academy of Transport: Going global
February 13th, 2013 |
Singapore: The chairman of the influential Cambridge Academy of Transport (CAT) has given Maritime CEO some interesting pointers on how maritime training is...
Totem Plus: Baltic Ace collision could have been avoided
February 12th, 2013 |
Tel Aviv: The collision last December between the Corvus J and the Baltic Ace, which resulted in 11 fatalities, could have been avoided with technology on the...
Trelleborg Marine Systems: Watch out for cheap imitations
February 11th, 2013 |
Singapore: A leading manufacturer of marine fenders has warned the industry of the risks of buying cheap products. “Many fender traders are...
OOCL: Andy Tung urges carriers to keep discipline
February 8th, 2013 |
Hong Kong: Speaking exclusively to Maritime CEO from his Hong Kong headquarters, Andy Tung has outlined the challenges facing the container industry in...
Lloyd's Register: Class mergers and acquisitions will continue
February 7th, 2013 |
London: British classification society Lloyd’s Register (LR) is determined to continue its acquisition streak. Speaking exclusively to Maritime CEO, Richard Sadler,...
Global Maritime Investments: Bulk downturn far from over
February 6th, 2013 |
London: The boss of the one of the largest privately-owned freight trading groups in the world warns Maritime CEO readers today that the downturn in dry bulk...
Univan: Hojgaard puts safety first
February 5th, 2013 |
Hong Kong: Acknowledging both the cutthroat nature of shipmanagement and the dire financial situation facing many owners, Bjorn Hojgaard, ceo of Univan Ship...
Tidetech: Green technology here to stay
February 4th, 2013 |
Hobart: Green tech is something that will remain at the forefront of shipping, whatever the economic conditions, claims the managing director of a leading...
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