Modern Panamaxes Attract Top Dollar
While the dry bulk carrier market waits for increased opportunities arising from the eventual onset of spring, the Panamax sector continues to trade in a relatively steady manner.
India’s Busiest Port Resumes Operations
Kandla, India's busiest port which was damaged in last month's earthquake, resumed operations at all its 10 general cargo berths on Wednesday with load restrictions on some of them…
New Appointments at James Fisher and Sons
Mr. Angus Buchanan, a main board director of James Fisher and Sons Public Limited Company and managing director of the subsidiary James Fisher Tankships Limited…
USN: Two Civilians At Control Stations On Sub
Two civilians were at control stations on the USS Greeneville as the submarine shot to the surface and struck a Japanese fishing vessel, a U.S. Navy spokesman in Honolulu said on Tuesday.
Mitsubishi Denies GE Rumors
Japan’s largest heavy machinery maker Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. denied a newspaper report that it is in talks with General Electric Co. on a business alliance.
Canadian Pacific To Split Up
Canadian Pacific Ltd., one of Canada's biggest and oldest companies, said it would split into five publicly traded firms, a move aimed at shedding a conglomerate discount that had dogged its stock.
Three Bidders Approved To Buy Shipping Company
Latvian Economy Minister Aigars Kalvitis said the cabinet had approved three bidders to buy a 68 percent stake in Latvian Shipping. "Six companies had applied and…