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…
US Navy Tested New Command in Latest Challenge to China
The U.S. Navy destroyer that sailed near Chinese-claimed islands in the South China Sea last week was under orders from the Third Fleet headquarters in San Diego, a first aimed at bolstering U.S.
EMGS to Cut Global Employee Expenses
Electromagnetic Geoservices ASA (EMGS) announces a reduction in the Company's cost base in line with a reduced level of activity. The Company will seek a global…
Roundtable Discusses Nigeria’s Maritime Future
The Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council (CWEIC) together with the Ship Owners Association of Nigeria (SOAN) have co-hosted an event on “The Future of…
Panama Canal Authority, Peel Ports Form Alliance
The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with major UK ports operator, Peel Ports…
Inmarsat Sponsorship for safety H.E.R.O.
Inmarsat will commemorate the untimely passing earlier this year of one of the architects of its Maritime Safety Operations…
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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