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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
ATI sets aside $100m for Manila development
Manila: Asian Terminals, Inc (ATI) has planned a total of P4.2bn (around $100m) in capital expenditure for the next three years to develop South Harbor Port in Manila. To be sourced from internal funds, the money will go on developing...
Singapore now V.Ships' largest office in the world
Â London: Asia forms a key plank of V.Groupâ€™s bold plans to grow sales dramatically, led by Singapore which is now its largest shipmanagement office around...
Larsen & Toubro scoops Myanmar offshore project
Yangon: India’s Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has signed a contract with Petronas Carigali Myanmar (Hong Kong) Limited in Yangon for an offshore...
Loss-making MOL looks to beef up Singapore presence
Singapore: Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL), the world’s largest shipping line by fleet size, might just have reported struggling financial results, but buried in the...
Dawei the focus for Thai port planners
Bangkok: With all eyes increasingly focused on the megaport of Dawei the Thai private sector has told the government to ditch long held plans to build a deepsea port...
Vinalines warns of $100m 2013 loss, sees downturn lasting through 2017
Hanoi: Painting a picture of just how tough trading conditions are for Vietnam’s top shipping line, Vietnam National Shipping Lines (Vinalines) this week has...
Thoresen Thai gets shareholder nod for dramatic expansion
Bangkok: With some relief the management at Thoresen Thai Agencies have reported shareholders at its AGM yesterday voted in favour of the company’s...
Jurong Shipyard settles case with Ernst & Young
Singapore: Sembcorp Marine has said that its subsidiary Jurong Shipyard has reached an agreement, “made strictly on a commercial basis”, with its...
Fallen Titan looks to Singapore for solace
Hong Kong: Beleaguered Titan Petrochemicals has provided a trading update and admits to suffering from the current “adverse operating...
Batam Maritime Center resurrected
Jakarta: PT Batam Maritime Center – a member of Drydocks World Group from Dubai has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Indonesia’s PT Bina...
Thailand and Malaysia hot prospects for OSVs
Singapore: Thailand and Malaysia are deemed very hot areas for the booming offshore support vessel (OSV) market, says one of the region’s top brokers....
Wintermar provides loan to subsidiary
Jakarta: PT Wintemar Offshore Marine has provided a $6.7m loan to a subsidiary. The loan comes with an annual 5% interest rate. The bridging loan is going to...
Japanese get into Islamic financing
Tokyo: The rise of Asian ship finance gets ever more sophisticated in its offerings. Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking have...
Giant Vietnamese refinery scheduled for 2017 opening
Hanoi: Vietnam has signed a deal with companies from Japan and Kuwait to build a giant oil refinery complex in the centre of the country worth nearly...
Alam Maritim sets out for more business
Kuala Lumpur: Alam Maritim Resources is going to have a big reorganisation of its offshore, installation and construction (OIC) and subsea business and offshore marine...
Bohol cruise plans
Manila: The governor of the central Philippine island of Bohol, Edgar Chatto, is pushing hard to make his stunning island more of a hit on the international cruise...
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