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Augustea and OceanBulk in for Giuseppe Bottiglieri
European Commission investigates possible Polish state aid for its shipyards
Turkey to construct canal to alleviate traffic in the Bosphorus
Maindeck: Ship repair portal takes shape
Canada issues new safety and pollution rules for shipping in Arctic waters
New Jersey political foes unite to press for Florida-style drilling waiver
AAPA renews call for $66bn investment in federal ports
US Senators from a dozen coastal states call for offshore drilling waiver
ZIM vows to become a digital leader within shipping
Sanchi sinks following another explosion, NITC says crew of 32 all dead
Sanchi firefighting operations resume
ADES seals extensions for three jackups
FSL Trust offloads chemical tanker for $13.8m
The future of port operations
Chios Navigation contracts first newbuild since 2012
MOL completes takeover of Dutch crewing firm
Sanchi’s demise sparks environmental disaster
Bohai bags newcastlemax orders
Cosco Shipping International gets new chairman
Evergreen Marine in for twenty 11,000 teu boxships
Grieg Green: Recycling, not scrapping
Fobas: Bunker debate set to become more polarised
April 22nd, 2013 |
Singapore: For all the talk of LNG as the saviour fuel for shipowners chastened by likely regulatory pressures, not everyone is convinced it is the answer....
Denholm Group: BIMCO presidency looms
April 19th, 2013 |
Glasgow: The incoming new president of BIMCO, the world’s largest shipowning body, will pursue a strong focus on the environment. John Denholm, chairman...
Inmarsat: Super fast broadband on the horizon
April 18th, 2013 |
London: Sometimes at home you might get irritated with that moment when, however fast your internet purports to be, the video you’re watching starts to...
Thome: 50 years on
April 17th, 2013 |
Singapore: This week sees the venerable Thome Ship Management celebrate 25 years of presence in Manila, a precursor to the company’s own grand 50th...
IRI: 100m grt by year-end
April 16th, 2013 |
Singapore: As he looks back on the incredibly fast trajectory his flag has had, from far-flung South Pacific nothingness to the world’s third largest registry,...
Fichte & Co: "Be aware of jurisdiction clauses"
April 15th, 2013 |
Dubai: Jasamin Fichte’s workload tends to mirror the stresses and strains of the shipping industry. The leading Dubai maritime lawyer lists the type of...
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...
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