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Chevron terminates Transocean drillship contract
Wessels Reederei hails landmark boxship conversion
Wilhelmsen becomes majority shareholder in NorSea Group
Bulker and tanker collide near Antwerp
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
Fire erupts at Valero refinery in Port Arthur
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
White knight swoops for Swissco’s OSV business
HMM stands out as only carrier to fail to secure higher rates in Q2
Muted celebration for Japan's first new drydock this century amid rampant competition
Campbell exiting supramax sector
Worker dies after crane collapses at Yangzijiang yard
David Turnbull takes advisor role at Seabury Capital
CNOOC seeking JV partners for its Gulf of Mexico oil prospects
Chemical leak onboard boxship at Keelung
Spinnaker: Shipping more "grown-up" when it comes to HR
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...
SeaIntel: International roll out
March 18th, 2013 |
Copenhagen: It’s only two years old, and yet SeaIntel Maritime Analysis has made such a splash that it has been accepted as part of the mainstream...
StealthGas: "There is nothing more attractive than small LPG"
March 15th, 2013 |
Athens: Two weeks ago well respected DVB banker Dagfinn Lunde picked LPG as one of few shipping sectors with strong prospects, something not lost one of...
Dalian Port & Shipping Fund: Chemical mix
March 14th, 2013 |
Dalian: Dalian is a place that lives and breathes shipping – as any visitor to the Liaoning coastal city will attest with its myriad shipbuilding cranes and...
Sinwa: Focusing on expansion, puts troubled 2012 behind it
March 13th, 2013 |
Singapore: One of Singapore’s largest marine suppliers is trying to put a testing 2012 behind it and position itself for growth in 2013. Sinwa announced...
Fleet Management: On track for 300 ships
March 12th, 2013 |
Hong Kong: Fleet Management, the Hong Kong shipmanager controlled by Harry Banga and Kishore Rajvanshy, is on course to hit 300 vessels under full technical...
Rustibus: Gearing up for new safety product launch
March 11th, 2013 |
Bekkjarvik: Norwegian marine equipment manufacturer Rustibus is gearing up for an important new product launch due in one month. “We are looking...
Pacific Basin: Focus on core businesses
March 8th, 2013 |
Hong Kong: The message from the Admiralty headquarters of Hong Kong’s Pacific Basin Shipping is loud and clear: focus. Since taking office last year...
HNA Tourism: China debut
March 7th, 2013 |
Shanghai: The 47,700 gt Pacific Sun was bought by the HNA Group from P&O Cruises last year. Built in 1986, the ship was Carnival’s Jubilee before...
Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement: Opportunities in the downturn
March 6th, 2013 |
Hong Kong: Shipmanagers can thrive in the downturn, according to one of the profession’s leading practitioners, Rajaish Bajpaee. The ceo of Bernhard...
Wilhelmsen Ships Service: The evolution of ship agents
March 5th, 2013 |
Lysaker: The role of ship agents is evolving to become more the commercial eyes and the ears for owners on the ground, according to one of the world’s...
Jason Marine: Restructuring back to profitability
March 4th, 2013 |
Singapore: This past month Joseph Foo set about arguably the greatest challenge he has faced since founding Jason Marine 37 years ago. In the middle of February the...
Offshore Heavy Transport: The three lives of a shipowner
March 1st, 2013 |
Oslo: The story of Offshore Heavy Transport (OHT), the Norwegian project shipper, is a classic shipping tale and forms the basis for Friday’s regular shipowner profile...
Watson, Farley & Williams: The importance of due diligence
February 28th, 2013 |
London: Shipowners' best weapon remains careful due diligence on charterers’ solvency, a leading London lawyer tells Maritime CEO today. Chris Lowe,...
Gulf Oil Marine: Understanding customer needs
February 27th, 2013 |
Hong Kong: Unlike many of his peers in the lubes industry Keith Mullin, the ceo of Gulf Oil Marine (GOM), is a man who has lived and breathed shipping for all...
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