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Chilean Port Workers Strike

Port workers in Chile have been on strike since the afternoon of Tuesday, July 8 in respect of a dispute over a new law which affects workers' lunch and rest breaks,

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Contracts

Carnival Extends Deal with Port of New Orleans

New agreement keeps at least two Carnival ships sailing through 2019 The Port of New Orleans

US Imports Surge as Ports Contract Remains in Limbo

With West Coast longshoremen still negotiating a new contract, retailers are bringing holiday

HMC Chooses Kongsberg Offshore Simulator

Heerema Marine Contractors (HMC) has selected Kongsberg Maritime’s K-Sim Offshore simulation

Workboats

Latest Meercat is Powered by Doosan

The latest Meercat has been launched for Conwy Harbour Authority, for use as a port service vessel.

The Versatile ATB Enters the LNG Game

EBDG’s LNG bunkering barge design receives ABS approvals as the maritime industry increasingly

Demand for Coastal and Transoceanic ATBs Grows

Along the way, ATBs gain speed, efficiency, safety – and popularity.   Operators of articulated

Maritime Security

Petro-Pirates Plague Busy SE Asia Lanes

In the dead of night, as his fuel tanker sailed through the narrowest section of one of the

EU Decides to Pool Maritime Surveillance Sources

The European Commission informs it has taken a further step towards more effective and cost-efficient

FMV's Order for Saab for Underwater Weapon System

Defence and security company Saab has received an order from the Swedish Defence Materiel

People & Company News

Doctorate for Jacques Saadé, Founder, Chairman & CEO of CMA CGM

The Lebanese American University has awarded an honorary Doctorate Degree in Humane Letters to Jacques R.

New GTT Training Center Awards First Certificates

GTT launches its training center by welcoming delegates for the first course Gaztransport

Palfinger Secures Follow-up Order from Sentinel

Palfinger Boats, Palfinger Ned-Deck and their partner Outreach Ltd. have secured a follow-up

Legal

EU Investigating Dutch Port Tax Schemes

Taxation of Dutch ports could breach EU competition rules. France, Belgium warned over their

Gulf Navigation Cuts Capital, Focus on Turnaround

United Arab Emirates shipper Gulf Navigation said on Wednesday it had cut its capital by two-thirds

Petro-Pirates Plague Busy SE Asia Lanes

In the dead of night, as his fuel tanker sailed through the narrowest section of one of the

Marine Propulsion

EBDG-designed Passenger Vessel Launched

Elliott Bay Design Group (EBDG), a naval architecture and marine engineering firm with offices in Seattle,

Innovative Propulsion Systems for Fast Craft

Performance, Speed, Fuel Economy & Environmental compliance all come together to form the

Actisense Upgrade Enables Dual Engine Capability

Actisense has upgraded its Engine Monitoring Unit (EMU-1) with advanced new firmware. The device,

 
 
 
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