Fleet's Support Capability Gets Sirius Boost
The Royal Australian Navy’s replenishment capability is operating at capacity once again with HMAS Sirius back in the brine after four months of maintenance at Captain Cook Graving Dock…
Port of Virginia Expansion Work is Underway at VIG
The Port of Virginia moved 220,376 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) in February, 351 TEUs lower than February 2016, but placing its fiscal-year-to-date growth at 6.9 percent.
Port of Amsterdam Reduces CO2 Footprint by 25%
Following a previous successful pilot, GoodFuels Marine has also won Port of Amsterdam’s tender for its fleet of five patrol vessels. The vessels will now run on…
Bangladesh’s First 2 Submarines Commissioned
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina officially has commissioned the two China-made 035G diesel-electric submarines – BNS Nabajatra and BNS Joyjatra. With the addition of the submarines…
Shreyas Shipping Acquires Balaji Shipping
India’s Shreyas Shipping and Logistics has approved plans for its subsidiary Shreyas Relay Systems (SRS) to acquire 99.9% of Balaji Shipping Lines from Transworld Holding (TWH).
African Development Bank to Fund Lamu Port
Efforts by the government to attract investors to help build 29 berths at the proposed Lamu port has received a boost from African Development Bank, said a report in The Star, Kenya.
Canberra Paddlers Race for Resilience
Sailors and officers in Canberra have put Navy’s Resilience Plan into practice, by teaming up for dragon boat racing on Lake Burley Griffin. The event was organised…