Monday, January 14, 2008 Maritime News

Hanjin to Build Shipyard in Philippines

Jan 14, 2008

According to Reuters, Hanjin Heavy Industries has entered into an agreement to build a $2b shipyard in the southern Philippines, its second yard in the country, a state agency said on Friday.

Oil discovery in the North Sea

Jan 14, 2008

StatoilHydro Petroleum has concluded drilling of a development well with an exploration target, well 35/11-B-23-H in the Fram area. The well is located 10 km north of Troll.

Horizon Lines to 4Q Earnings Release Call

Jan 14, 2008

Horizon Lines, Inc. will release results for its 2007 fourth quarter before the opening of the market on Friday, February 1, 2008. In conjunction with this release,

Colle Towing Take Delivery of Marine Travelift

Jan 14, 2008

The family run business of Colle Towing Inc, who operate tugboats on the Pascagoula River, recently took delivery of its second Marine Travelift a new 600C boat hoist.

Ship Grounded off Norfolk Coast

Jan 14, 2008

A rescue operation has been launched after a large container ship ran aground off Haisboro Sands. The vessel, The City of Sunderland, is carrying a cargo

Indian Sub Collides with Ship

Jan 14, 2008

According to NDTV, an Indian Navy Submarine called Sindhughosh collided with a merchant navy ship in the Arabian Sea. The submarine was trying to surface in

Danaos to Acquire Three Containerships

Jan 14, 2008

Danaos Corporation has signed contracts to acquire three 1998 built, 2,200 TEU containerships. These vessels, the Hyundai Progress, the Hyundai Bridge, and

CNO Visits Naval Construction Battalion Center Seabees

Jan 14, 2008

By MC1 Nicholas Lingo, Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 133 Public Affairs Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Gary Roughead conducted an all hands call, Jan.

Kearsarge Upholds Vision of Great White Fleet

Jan 14, 2008

Naval historical file photo of the Great White Fleet. In 1907, Theodore Roosevelt, 26th president of the United States, sent a portion of the Atlantic fleet

Hamburg Süd, Maersk Line to continue ASAS/NGX Service

Jan 14, 2008

Hamburg Süd, Maersk Line and NYK Line have decided to terminate their joint service cooperation in the Asia to South Africa - South America East Coast Service (ASAS/NGX) as from April 2008.

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