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EU’s Borg Headlines ISSA Convention

EU Commissioner Dr Joe Borg is set for a public interface with global shipping luminaries when he addresses the International Ship Suppliers Association (ISSA) Convention to be held in Malta from October 18-21, 2007. Dr Borg served as Malta’s Foreign Minister before taking up his present post as EU Commissioner for Fisheries and Maritime Affairs. In a joint statement ISSA President Wim van Noortwijk and Alfred Borg, MSSA President, said: “Having Dr Borg in attendance should attract a number of extra people from the global shipowning community as well as from the ship supply sector. “With Dr Borg speaking, the Convention will definitely be of great interest to delegates who wish to learn more about the EU’s interface with the shipping industry.” Commissioner Borg will be joined at the Convention by a host of other headline names. Professor David Attard, a maritime law expert and Tapani Erling, Chairman of the Council of the World Customs Organization, will also be lending their expertise to the October event.


Hutton's Unviels New Product Guide

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Hutton’s, a U.K. ship supplier, will unveil its new Product Guide at this week’s IMPA trade show in London from September 11-12, 2013. The new Product Guide is available online, downloadable from the web and in electronic format on USB sticks – a clear sign that Hutton’s is keeping up with the latest advances in technology and remains at the forefront of the U.K. ship supply industry. Providing customers with an easy and accurate online ordering tool to assist


Maersk Line Reaches 2020 CO2 Target

Maersk Line announced that it reached its 2020 target of reducing CO2 emissions by 25% from its benchmark 2007 levels.   “We are proud to hit this mark 8 years ahead of schedule. It is confirmation we’re on the right track. And to keep that momentum we’re raising the target to a 40% reduction in CO2 by 2020,” says Morten Engelstoft, Chief Operating Officer, Maersk Line. “Maersk Line’s focus on energy efficiency has made the company significantly


London International Shipping Week Kicks Off

Red Ensign: Image courtesy of Maritime UK

Maritime UK welcomes leaders from across the global shipping, ports and maritime business services sectors to the inaugural London International Shipping Week from 9, September 2013. Through the week, Maritime UK will be covering all the major stories, announcements and events. On Monday morning it will publish the results of an extensive survey of UK industry leaders, saying what they think of the UK economy and its competitiveness. 


Jaccar to Launch Bourbon Buyout on May 20

Jaccar Holdings, the main shareholder of Bourbon, said on Monday it will launch an offer to buy the French ship supplier on May 20. Bourbon said in March that the offer, which is valid until June 23, would be conditional upon Jaccar securing 50.1 percent of the capital, as well as bank financing. It said at that time that the proposed bid was 24 euros per share. Bourbon shares closed at 23.83 euros on Friday.


Hutton's Group Strengthens Aberdeen Ship Service Team

Kirstene Wilson: Photo Huttons Group

Leading ship supplier Hutton’s Group says it has strengthened its Aberdeen logistics team with the appointment of a new Branch Manager, Kirstene Wilson, who starts work at the firm’s Sinclair Road depot, having completed a week’s induction training at Hutton’s head office in Hull. Hutton’s Managing Director Alex Taylor said: “I am pleased to welcome Kirstene to the Hutton’s Group and believe her knowledge of the Aberdeen shipping sector will be a


E-Business: Growing in Maritime Industry

By Edward Lundquist E-business means doing business on the Internet. This can include any business process - to include buying and selling, which is known as E-commerce. The arranging for transport by sea or the buying and selling of things needed for ships that sail from port to port are among the world's oldest professions. Many ship owners, operators or managers still conduct business the old-fashioned way, building and maintaining close and longstanding relationships with suppliers


ShipServ Launches New Sourcing Tool

ShipServ introduced ShipServ Pages on April 20m 2006, an online search engine for the shipping industry. ShipServ Pages makes immediate online search and listing access available to the 10,000 shipping companies and more than 30,000 marine suppliers operating in the world-wide ship supply market. ShipServ Pages enable all marine buyers to search for and qualify suppliers using a wide variety of criteria on as narrow or as wide a basis as required.


Marubeni becomes Partner in iShipExchange

Hong Kong-based iShipExchange has announced that Marubeni Corporation of Japan has become a Strategic Partner in the internet-based procurement business for the shipping industry. iShipExchange (www.ishipexchange.com ) said that the service, which went live in September 2000, has been operating successfully with its founding members and is now inviting the shipping community at large to use its service. iShipExchange is a joint undertaking of three founders: Hong Kong and Vancouver-based


Ship Suppliers, Buyers, Forum in Copenhagen Booked Out

Organizers, Copeland Events, report strong participant interest in forthcoming  MTB Marine Europe - Copenhagen forum Copland Events report that the 6th MTB Marine Europe forum being held in Copenhagen is now fully booked. Over 100 buyers are registered, from all over Europe, to join the forum in October 2012 to participate in two and a half days of face-to-face meetings and networking with suppliers worldwide.


Irving Celebrates Canadian AOPS Build Contract

Photo: Irving Shipbuilding

Government of Canada & Irving Shipbuilding mark signing of $2.3 billion AOPS build contract; 3,600 Jobs across Canada generated from Irving’s NSPS commitments to gate    The Government of Canada joined Irving Shipbuilding and its employees today marked the signing of the $2


U.S., India to Seal Nuclear Deal

Deal nearly finalized

  The United States and India have reached a breakthrough on two issues holding up civil nuclear cooperation between them, U.S. President Barack Obama told a news conference in New Delhi on Sunday. The two countries signed a landmark civilian nuclear deal in 2008 but trade was stymied by


The 2nd Ballast Water Management Summit

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Sign-up for this year’s most in-depth exchange of information and best venue for BWT stakeholders to network and meet regulatory peers is underway.   Infocast’s 2nd Ballast Water Management Summit will take place in Long Beach, CA, from February 3-5, 2015


Reftrade Upgrades Fleet Refrigeration Systems

Photo courtesy of Reftrade

Reftrade UK  has made an investment  to upgrade its fleet with environmentally friendly technology. The world’s first refrigeration system to use CO2 as a natural refrigerant, NaturaLINE, has been installed in Reftrade UK’s entire fleet


New ISSA President: Innovation, Cooperation Are Top Priotities

Abdul Hameed Hajah (Photo courtesy: ISSA)

The new President of the International Shipsuppliers & Services Association (ISSA), Abdul Hameed Hajah, has outlined his priorities for the year ahead with innovation and cross industry cooperation sitting at the top of his agenda. Hajah


Stena Germanica to Run on Methanol

Stena Germanica (Photo courtesy of Stena Line)

The Stena Line's ferry Stena Germanica will become the world's first ferry to use methanol as a fuel.  The 240m, 1,500-passenger, 2001-built ro-pax ship will soon undergo conversions in Poland’s Remontowa shipyard.  The aim of the exercise is to drastically cut exhaust emissions


Palfinger Adds Winch Line with NDM Acquisition

Photo: Palfinger Marine

Palfinger Marine acquires Norwegian Deck Machinery AS, expands product portfolio with new deck winches    Palfinger Marine has expanded its product portfolio with the acquisition of Norwegian Deck Machinery AS (NDM), stating NDM’s position within the design and development of


Pakistani Ship breakers Lauds 15% Duty on Import

Courtesy: NGO Shipbreaking Platform

 Welcoming the latest policy, Ship breakers in Pakistan defended the imposition of 15% Regulatory Duty (RD) on the import of all steel billets, steel bars and wire rods.    Describing the step as much needed and timely, the Pakistan Ship-Breakers Association (PSBA) lauded the


Australian Bulk Ports Brace for Cyclone

Ships at 2 Australian iron ore ports face cyclone threat; ships being evacuated from Port Hedland, Dampier. Australia's Pilbara Ports Authority said it had started evacuation of ships at the Port Hedland and Dampier iron ore ports due to cyclone threat


Greencarrier Freight Services Achieves ISO Standards

Georg Skivik Moltu (Photo courtesy: Greencarrier Freight Services)

Greencarrier Freight Services’ business has strengthened its position in the energy and project forwarding markets by achieving management (ISO 9001) and environmental (ISO 14001) certification for its Energy & Project Business Unit.


BP Remains Singapore's Top Marine Fuel Supplier

Image: BP Singapore

BP Singapore kept its spot as a top marine fuel supplier by volume for the eleventh straight year in 2014 at the world's biggest bunkering port, the Maritime Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) said.  MPA does not specify the volumes each supplier sells


BASS Lands Reederei Hamburger Lloyd Contract

Photo: Hamburger Lloyd

Reederei Hamburger Lloyd GmbH & Co KG (RHL), signed a contract with BASS on December 31, 2014, for virtually the full suite of BASSnet software solutions for its fleet of 28 container ships and chemical tankers.    BASS said its shipping software solutions cover all major aspects


Damen's Customised Dredger for Van Oord

Damen Cutter Suction Dredger 650

  Damen has signed a contract with leading dredging and marine contractor Van Oord for the supply of a CSD 650 custom suction dredger together with an FCS 1605 Fast Crew Supplier, initially for operations in the Caspian Sea. Designed and delivered by Damen Dredging Equipment in Nijkerk


The Ballast Water Management Conundrum

Maersk Flensburg ballasting water. (Source: Maersk Maritime Technology / Public Domain)

U.S. System Approvals are Key; Detailed Pre-Planning Urged Ten years on, there’s little certain about ballast water management regulations that the industry can chart a course around other than that it will be expensive – possibly the most costly marine retrofit to date


Tepco, Chubu Buying 6 LNG cargoes from Vitol

Japan's Tokyo Electric Power Co and Chubu Electric Power Co,, are expected to buy a total of six cargoes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Vitol and GDF Suez in their first joint tender, three traders said on Friday. "They are waiting for the government to confirm






 
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