US Navy Searching for Missing Sailor
The U.S Navy is searching for a sailor who is believed to have fallen overboard from USS Lake Erie (CG 70) in the eastern…
Sunken Barge Raised from Gulf of Mexico Seafloor
A sunken derrick barge has been raised from the Gulf of Mexico seafloor following several months of planning, engineering…
Port of Everett Begins Wharf Modernization Project
The Port of Everett hosted a groundbreaking to commemorate the start of construction on the Port’s South Terminal Modernization…
Port of Oakland to Begin Seaport Logistics Complex
A freight distribution center placing high-demand logistics capability inside a global trade gateway will soon take shape here.
Mitsubishi to Acquire 25% Take in Bangladesh LNG Terminal
Japan’s Mitsubishi Corp has agreed to take a 25% interest in Summit's Bangladesh LNG import terminal project - which will…
Container Shipping Bankruptcy Lends Insight on Potential Fallout from Trade War
Global trade tensions have captured headlines in recent months, as the imposition of a series of tariffs and counter-tariffs…
Hapag-Lloyd Adds 11,100 Reefer Containers
Hapag-Lloyd is investing in its container fleet and has ordered 11,100 state-of-the-art reefer containers. The new containers…
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Norwegian shipbuilder VARD has secured a contract worth approximately NOK 250 million ($29.5 million) to build the world’s first autonomous and
New Fuel Rules Push Shipowners to Go Green with LNG
Tough new rules on marine fuel are forcing shipowners to explore liquefied natural gas as a cleaner alternative and ports such as Gibraltar are