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CMA-CGM to Call Port of Baltimore

International container shipping company CMA-CGM of France announced that it will begin service within the next couple of weeks to the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore.

Hapag-Lloyd Expands Feeder Network in Scandinavia

Baltic Express Service (BAX) to include Oslo / Two weekly departures from Gothenburg and Helsingborg in SDX and GTE / Connection via Hamburg and Bremerhaven to

Vsense to Bring MacArtney Underwater Tech to Israel

The MacArtney Group has signed a representative agreement with Vsense Technologies Ltd., a technology company based in Israel. The two companies will team up to

Mercury Marine Begins HQ Expansion

Mercury Marine announces 45,000 square foot EDP parts expansion to Fond du Lac global headquarters   Mercury Marine will add a 45,000 square foot expansion to

Scandlines Orders Ferry Battery System

Corvus Energy announces the signing of marine Energy Storage System (ESS) contract with Scandlines Denmark ApS; world’s largest battery hybrid electric fleet orders additional 2.

Freeman Marine Hires Operations Manager

Freeman Marine, part of AdvanTec Global Innovations and manufacturer of heavy-duty commercial, military-grade marine doors, windows, hatches and port lights, has

Caterpillar CEO Joins ExxonMobil Board

Exxon Mobil Corporation announced today that its shareholders have elected Doug Oberhelman to its board of directors. Oberhelman is chairman of the board of directors

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Marine Technology Reporter's MTR 100 awards edition is a comprehensive annual ranking of the 100 leading companies serving the global subsea industry.   This

New Dry Bulk Facility at Khalifa Port

New AED 20 million facility will pack and transport dry bulk products for petrochemical and mineral manufacturers    Abu Dhabi Ports celebrated the groundbreaking

Port of Duluth Intermodal Project Underway

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Maritime Administrator, Chip Jaenichen, today joined Senators Amy Klobuchar and Al Franken, Congressman Rick Nolan, Duluth Mayor Don Ness,

Star Clippers to Build Massive Square Rigger

Tall ship sailing specialist Star Clippers has announced that it has started building a fourth ship to add to its fleet of graceful square-riggers; its first new-build

Prosafe CFO Larsen Resigns

Chief Financial Officer of Prosafe Management AS, Sven Børre Larsen, has decided to resign from his position to take on the role as Chief Financial Officer in TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company in Asker,

US Counter-piracyTeam Earns Panama's Approval

Meridian’s counter-piracy teams may now operate aboard vessels flying the Panama flag, following a vetting process that validated the quality of the US-based private maritime security company.

Roxtec Sees Rise in Cruise Ship Repair Work

Manchester cable safety seal manufacturer Roxtec has reported increased demand for its cruise ship cable and pipe seals.   The firm has seen a 67 percent rise

IMRF, McMurdo Partner on SAR Initiatives

The IMRF, the charity supporting maritime SAR service globally, and McMurdo, a company in search and rescue and maritime domain awareness solutions, announced a

N-Sea Announces Expansion to Norwich

Subsea IMR provider, N-Sea Offshore Ltd has moved into new, Norwich-based premises as business continues to grow. An integral part of its growth strategy, the

Ashtead Offering Neptune's Leak Detection

Ashtead Technology has secured a deal with Neptune Oceanographics Limited, adding underwater leak detection products to its rental fleet. Ashtead Technology

Former Petrobras Executive Gets Five Year Sentence

A Brazilian judge sentenced a former international director at state-run oil firm Petroleo Brasileiro SA to five years in prison for money laundering on Tuesday,

Niger Delta Community Shutters ENI Oilfields

Protesters in Nigeria's oil-producing delta said on Wednesday that they had shut down six Idu oilfield wells run by Nigerian Agip Oil Co. Ltd, a unit of Italian oil major ENI.

Naftogaz: Gazprom Paid Another $30 mln for Gas

Ukrainian state energy firm Naftogaz paid Russia's Gazprom another $30 million in prepayment for gas supplies, the Ukrainian company said on Wednesday. Reporting by Pavel Polityuk

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