IMO Training in India on Port Emissions
India is the latest country to benefit from International Maritime Organization (IMO)'s new three-day training package on…
NYK LNG Carrier Rescues Sailors in Caribbean
Marvel Falcon, a liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier owned by NYK, offered humanitarian assistance to four sailors requesting rescue on on May 13…
Vattenfall Pontoon Launched in Aberdeen
Construction of a 30-meter-long, purpose-built floating crew transfer pontoon in Aberdeen Harbor’s Albert Basin has been…
Tim Bush Promoted to Crowley VP, Deputy General Counsel
Crowley Maritime Corp. has announced that Tim Bush has been promoted to vice president and deputy general counsel. In his new position…
Huntington Ingalls Industries Authenticates Keel of Submarine Montana
Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Newport News Shipbuilding division has authenticated the keel of the 21st Virginia-class submarine, Montana (SSN 794).
Global Ports to Run Havana’s Cruise Ship Port
Independent cruise port operator Global Ports Holding announced that it has signed a 15-year management agreement with the Cuban company Aries S.A.…
IMO Conducts Port Emissions Training
For ports to cut emissions to ensure cleaner air and contribute to the battle against climate change, they first need to…
Autonomous Vessels: FAU Gets $1.25m for Research
Florida Atlantic University’s College of Engineering and Computer Science has been awarded a $1.25 million grant by the United…
The 'Grande Halifax' Christened in Halifax
The Pure Car & Truck Carrier Grande Halifax, owned and operated by the Grimaldi Group, has been christened yesterday in Halifax, New Scotia.
Cranes, Heavy Lift Shipping, Engineering and New Technologies
Compared to new technologies, conventional engineering in shipping is a relatively simple science: computable and generally predictable.
Maersk Line Rolls out Exclusive Transatlantic Service
Maersk Line, the world's largest shipping company, announced the expansion of its product portfolio between Europe's Mediterranean…
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Oil Up as U.S., China hit the Trade War Pause Button
Oil prices rose on Monday as markets reacted to news that China and the United States have put a looming trade war between the world's two biggest
China to Cut Steel Capacity by 2025
China will shut down more outdated steel plants and bring total capacity to less than 1 billion tonnes by 2025
Shipbreaking Issues Presented at 2018 Vicino/Lontano Festival
The NGO Shipbreaking Platform has participated in the 2018 Vicino/Lontano Festival, which was held from 10 May to 13 May in Udine, Italy.
U.S., China Closer on Trade Pact
The United States and China agreed to take measures to reduce the U.S. trade deficit in goods by having China purchase more American goods -