Hapag-Lloyd Investing in East Africa
German shipping company Hapag-Lloyd is continuing to focus on the growing market in East Africa, where annual growth rates…
Maersk to Spin off Drilling, Hand Total Shares to Investors
A.P. Moller-Maersk said on Friday it would spin off its offshore drilling operation and list it in Copenhagen next year,…
Boskalis Rethinks Loss-making Transport Operations
Boskalis will terminate loss-making transport activities at its offshore energy division, the Dutch marine and engineering…
Strong July Across Great Lakes Gets Seaway Tonnage
Great Lakes-St. Lawrence shipping continues to bounce back after a slow start. With strong tonnage numbers in July, particularly shipments of U.S.
South Korea Tops Global Shipbuilding Industry in July
South Korea maintained its number one ranking in the global shipbuilding market in July. The South Korean yards were responsible…
VLCC Explodes off Oman Coast
A Shipping Corporation of India very large crude carrier (VLCC) has suffered an explosion in one of its cargo tanks while…
Low Water Still Troubles River Shipping in Germany
Water levels on the Rhine and Danube in Germany remain low after a recent drought and freight vessels cannot sail fully loaded on the rivers…
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Dutch Superyacht Builders Propelled by Rising Economic Tide
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ZEABORN Combines E.R. Schiffahrt and Rickmers
The ZEABORN Group announced it has combined its two recently acquired Hamburg-based ship management companies to form one global brand
Antwerp Port Fire Creates Toxic Cloud
Toxic smoke from a massive smoldering fire has triggered an evacuation in the Port of Antwerp, local media reported.