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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
Port of Prince Rupert agrees next stage of terminal expansion with DP World
Negligent homicide charge dropped against commander of USS Fitzgerald
Yangzijiang wins more newcastlemax orders
Cox Oil agrees on $322m buyout of EGC
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
Region has perfect ingredients for plenty more owners
London: One of the world’s most well-known transport lawyers, Harry Theochari, has told GulfShip News that the Middle East is set to see plenty of new and huge shipowning entities. The head of transport for global law firm Norton...
Drydocks Dubai business grows 7% in the first quarter
Dubai: Shipyard giant Dubai Drydocks says revenues have grown by around 7% year-on-year in the first quarter. The company announced plans yesterday for ‘Green...
Fujairah port upgrade
Dubai: HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamad bin Mohammed Al Sharqi, the Fujairah Crown Prince, yesterday, opened the new tower for monitoring and managing ship traffic at the...
INTTRA and UASC firm ties
Dubai: INTTRA, the world's largest, multi-carrier network for ocean shipping, has entered into a multi-year agreement with United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) to...
Aqaba truckers strike risks energy shortages in Jordan
Dubai: Truck owners working in transferring imported crude oil from Aqaba to the Jordanian Petroleum Refinery in Zarqa continued their strike for a seventh day today,...
ADNATCO braves rough times, continues to add to fleet
Dubai: Dr Ali Obaid Al-Yabhouni, ceo of ADNATCO and NGSCO, emphasised in a speech in a Fujairah forum on bunkering that despite difficult trading conditions Abu...
CMA CGM opens inland port in Baghdad
Marseille: After more than 33 years of continuous presence in Iraq, CMA CGM will open a new bonded dry port near Baghdad in the Abu Ghreib area, in Iraq, in June this...
Alternate export route for Lebanese agricultural products
Dubai: The Commerce, Industry and Agriculture Chamber chairman for Sidon, Mohammed Hassan Saleh, has announced plans for alternative routes for farm products as the...
Unrest around Suez Canal prompts alternate thinking
Cairo: There is much ‘what if’ speculative talk at the moment on the ramifications of the Suez Canal closing. “Although the arterial trade route is...
After two-year hiatus DP Worldâ€™s Indian transhipment ambitions begin
Dubai: DP World's operations in the Indian state of Kerala are finally set to surge with the call yesterday of its first transhipment service at its International...
Saudi Aramco â€˜committedâ€™ to China refinery plans
Beijing: The ceo of Saudi Aramco, the largest oil producer in the world, Khalid al-Falih, said on Tuesday that the company remains "committed" to plans to...
Strike at Aqaba continues
Dubai: The strike by truck owners who shift oil from the port of Aqaba to an oil refinery in Zarqa has entered into its sixth day. There are now concerns that local...
Bluesea Shipping Lines connecting Riyadh
Doha: Bluesea Shipping Lines is now serving the Saudi capital of Riyadh. The project shipper maintains its new destination is one that has “cut-throat...
Bahriâ€™s fleet renewal continues
Doha: The National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia (Bahri) has sold its general cargo vessel, Saudi Diriyah, for scrapping for a sum of SAR30.3m generating a net gain...
As Syria stagnates, volumes grow in Beirut
Cairo: Beirut is gaining plenty of port traffic as the civil war in Syria drags on. Syria’s Port of Latakia handled 194,064 teu in 2012, down from 356,083 in...
Speed up Jazan development, Saudi king urges
Doha: King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz has told the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources to give Saudi Aramco all the infrastructure aid necessary to speed up the...
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