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Diana Shipping newcastlemax gets pay rise from Koch
Danaos seals $2.2bn debt refinancing
Wilhelmsen Ship Management adds UK office, targets ambitious growth
Angelicoussis back at DSME for another LNG carrier
Negligent homicide charge dropped against commander of USS Fitzgerald
Yangzijiang wins more newcastlemax orders
Cox Oil agrees on $322m buyout of EGC
Generator fire doused on Great Lakes bulker, USCG to investigate
GMS adds to its growing operational fleet
Shelf Drilling to list in Oslo on Monday
Shelf Drilling IPO oversubscribed
Rowan jackup gets three-year Saudi Aramco contract
Hyundai Heavy runs out of offshore work
Korea’s largest steel mill gets shipping partners to install scrubbers
Sungdong Shipbuilding seeks new owners
Ocean Network Express shifts from road to rail in the UK
COSL secures jackup contracts from Aramco
Worker dies after falling off ship at Beihai Shipbuilding
Cosco’s huge swathe of boxships still to deliver this year puts liners on edge
Cosco offers US authorities Long Beach terminal solution to solve OOCL takeover
BLUE Communications: Trust, transparency, brands and shipping
Pillarstone: Premuda’s back in the market in buying mood
Confitarma: Traditional shipping companies at risk in Italy
Dorian LPG: The case for an alternative ship fuel
Posidonia: Records tumble as 50th anniversary approaches
This is why jackup rig dayrates will double
The Great Reversal: US crude and the diverse forces shaping tanker markets
Could ship finance help resolve crew abandonment?
Are we nearing peak container?
Drilling into human data at sea
Dreams, delusions or fantasies: Making sense of the G7, SCO and China’s BRI
Should HMM stay or go?
How to approach the rebound in container vessel owner values
Buoyant Posidonia paints its own picture of the markets
Money for the masses
INTTRA: Box volumes bloom
Parsippany: Container volumes are back to 2007 levels, according to the boss of INTTRA, the company whose products are designed to automate ocean shipping transactions across the complete shipment process. INTTRA uses a...
Holman Fenwick Willan: "Seek our guidance early"
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
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"
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
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
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
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
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"
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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...
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