North Korea Builds Largest Missile Submarine Yet
Satellite footage suggests that the North Korean regime of Kim Jong-Un has begun development of a massive new submarine capable of launching ballistic missiles further potentially threatening the US…
Arctic Indigenous Leaders Meet IMO Secretary-General
The safety and environmental impact of arctic shipping was on the agenda as International Maritime Organization (IMO) Secretary…
TorQuest Partners Invests in McKeil Marine
TorQuest Partners has invested in McKeil Marine, in partnership with existing management and shareholders, the two companies announced.
USS Detroit Commissioned
Nearly 6,500 people gathered in front of the General Motors building at the Port of Detroit for the commissioning ceremony for the U.S.
Great Lakes Iron Ore Trade Down in September
Shipments of iron ore on the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway totaled 5,258,269 tons in September, a decrease of 5.6 percent…
Abu Dhabi Ship Building Launches Trainee Program
Abu Dhabi Ship Building PJSC (ADSB) has launched a training and development program which is designed to prepare young Emiratis…
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Maersk Line Returns to Iran
The latest country included in the Maersk Line organization is part of the UAE cluster comprising of UAE, Oman, Qatar and Iran.
Edison Chouest to Build 13 Damen Tugs
Marine transportation provider and the United States’ largest operator of OSVs, Edison Chouest Offshore (ECO)
'We Will Not Stand by and Wait for Global Regulation' -Maersk Line
Shipbreaking has become commercial due to the recycling of steel becoming a global commodity in demand. This means that the dismantling and
Hanjin to Shut European Operations
South Korean container shipper Hanjin Shipping said on Monday that it would close all 10 of its European businesses operations