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US Approves Ferry Service to Cuba

The United States Treasury Department has authorized passenger ferry services to Cuba for the first time in more than a half-century, in a major step in improving relations between the two countries.

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Contracts

Modernization for Two Swedish Icebreakers

Protacon, a company based in Jyväskylä, Finland, informs it has received an order from Swedish

Maersk Issues 'letter of undertaking' to Iran

Maersk Line said on Wednesday it had provided a letter of undertaking in relation to uncollected

Iran: Maersk Boxhip Dispute Near Settlement

Iran said on Wednesday a legal settlement could be reached soon over its seizure of the Marshall-Islands

Workboats

Modernization for Two Swedish Icebreakers

Protacon, a company based in Jyväskylä, Finland, informs it has received an order from Swedish

Steel Cut for Middle East's First LNG Harbor Tug

Drydocks World and Maritime World marked a milestone at the steel cutting ceremony for the

Louisiana International Marine Signs on with Helm CONNECT

Software developer Helm Operations has signed on offshore rig moving and ocean towing services

Maritime Security

Japan to Hand Over Data Ahead of Australia Submarine Bid

Japan will agree this month to give Australia classified submarine data, an unprecedented

Libya's Coast Guard Detains Almost 600 African Migrants

Libya's coast guard detained on Wednesday almost 600 illegal African migrants, among them

At Greek port, Migrants Try for Italy

Rapper Mahdi Babika Mohamed's journey to a better life in Europe started in his native Sudan

People & Company News

Libya's Coast Guard Detains Almost 600 African Migrants

Libya's coast guard detained on Wednesday almost 600 illegal African migrants, among them

CMA CGM'S Largest Ship Crosses Suez Canal

The CMA CGM Group has announced that the CMA CGM KERGUELEN, the group’s largest vessel, crossed

ABS Expands in Offshore Markets with AIM Service

ABS Group has announced the release of a new offshore Asset Integrity Management (AIM) service

Legal

US Navy Settles Environmental Violations

A settlement between the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Navy will help reduce

Maersk Issues 'letter of undertaking' to Iran

Maersk Line said on Wednesday it had provided a letter of undertaking in relation to uncollected

Iran: Maersk Boxhip Dispute Near Settlement

Iran said on Wednesday a legal settlement could be reached soon over its seizure of the Marshall-Islands

Marine Propulsion

Modernization for Two Swedish Icebreakers

Protacon, a company based in Jyväskylä, Finland, informs it has received an order from Swedish

IMO’s MEPC Set to Adopt Polar Code Provisions

Polar Code environmental provisions set for adoption at IMO’s Marine Environment Protection

Intertek Provides Oil Condition Monitoring for Britannia

Intertek’s Farnborough laboratory is supporting P&O Cruises’ new flagship Britannia by providing

 
 
 
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