Role-Playing to Design Security Drills
A four-day workshop on how to best design and conduct drills and maritime security exercises, has been held in Kingston, Jamaica (13-16 March)…
Huntington Ingalls Promotes Two Vice Presidents
America’s largest military shipbuilding company announced that Jeanne Callahan has been named corporate vice president, internal audit…
Preece Named Managing Director at CWind
Mark Preece has been appointed Managing Director of CWind, the Global Marine Group (GMG) offshore renewable business. Preece…
Bourbon in Red Ink
French offshore vessel provider Bourbon Offshore recorded a bigger loss of EUR 576.3 million for 2017 in 2017 when compared…
Finnlines to Lengthen Two More Vessels
Finnlines has opted to lengthen two additional vessels as part of its €70 million ($86 million) Energy Efficiency and Emission…
U.S. Navy Assesses Fleet Structure
Following the release of new national security and defense strategies, the Navy is undertaking a new Fleet Structure Assessment…
Philippine Officials Trained in Forming Maritime Transport Policy
Officials from various government entities in the Philippines have received training in how to develop a National Maritime Transport Policy (NMPT).
MOL Announced Delivery of Beluga Ace Car Carrier
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. has taken delivery of the first car carrier of the next-generation “FLEXIE” series, the Beluga Ace…
YANMAR Cruises Into Alaska with Power to Spare
YANMAR only recently arrived in the Pacific Northwest with its mechanical 6AYAM-ET diesel engine. It looks like they are here to stay.
Sovcomflot Better, Despite Challenging Year
PAO Sovcomflot (SCF Group), one of the world leaders in energy shipping and marine services to offshore oil and gas upstream projects…
BSEE Launches Risk-Based Inspection Program
The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) this week announced the implementation of a new Risk-Based Inspection…
Top Maritime News
Another Maersk Containership Catches Fire
U.S. flagged containership Maersk Kensington reported a fire in a cargo hold while en route from Salalah, Oman toward Suez.
Seatrade Convicted for Scrapping Ships on Indian Beach
The Dutch shipping company Seatrade and two of its directors were found guilty by a Dutch court on Thursday of illegally sailing ships to India to
Emissions Regulations: 'It's Not Easy Being Green'
Nor is it getting any easier to understand when, how and why to comply. Whether your marine operation is a major corporation or a family “mom and
Data is the New Oil and Satellites Are the Pipeline
As the shipping industry embraces digitalization, it’s time for a new era of fresh thinking that recognizes the potential of satellite