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Finance and Insurance
EMSA elects Andreas Nordseth as new chairman
Deutsche Bank buys into Rimorchiatori Riuniti
ADES secures jackup contract from General Petroleum
The decarbonising debate
Anadarko budgets $1.1bn for deepwater Gulf of Mexico activity in 2018
PDVSA defaults on billions in loans
US ports oppose tax reform bill's axeing of some exemptions and credits
Eagle Bulk to issue bond and secure additional loan to cover debts
Polarcus secures seismic work off Australia
Vantage Drilling and ADES form Egyptian joint venture
Neville Bissett appointed CEO of QTerminals
Ships targeted off Yemen
MOL newbuild bulker contracted to Jera Trading
MPA using drones for ship surveys
Malaysia’s giant $45bn new port put on hold in wake of liner alliance shuffle
Singapore authorities charge Vermont Bunkering and staff over fraudulent transactions
ICBC Leasing: Changing the face of shipping
Former Hudong Zhonghua president gets 13-year jail sentence
Dingheng Shipping to sell chemical tanker at auction
Investigation finds China’s top ports have been ripping off shipping lines for years
Nam Cheong: "Room to grow further"
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...
Spinnaker: Shipping more "grown-up" when it comes to HR
March 20th, 2013 |
Leigh-on-Sea: The shipping industry has adopted a more “grown-up” approach to human resources in the current recession, becoming much more focused...
Jade Shipmanagement: Hong Kong's newest manager
March 19th, 2013 |
Hong Kong: The city of Hong Kong is well versed in eager entrepreneurs going it alone and making a livelihood, and this goes too for shipmanagement, a sector...
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