Kongsberg to Power Grimaldi’s Nine New RoRos
Kongsberg Maritime said it has been awarded contracts with Chinese shipbuilder Nanjing Jinling Shipyard Co. to deliver power…
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,…
Another Ship Carrying US Soybeans Enters Dalian Port
A vessel carrying U.S. soybeans entered China's port of Dalian after sitting off coast since July 24, according to shipping…
Qatar Signs Pact to Expand Maritime Transport Sector
Qatar signed the Indian Ocean Memorandum of Understanding (IOMOU) on Portal State Control during its participation in the…
Signs of Recovery in the US Gulf of Mexico
Today's U.S. auction of Gulf of Mexico exploration leases drew tepid response from oil companies, but marked notable progress…
Rolls-Royce Launches Battery System for Ships
Rolls-Royce has been delivering energy storage systems for ships since 2010, but the actual energy storage units were previously…
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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Fishing Vessel Runs Aground near Santa Cruz
Responders are working to remove fuel from the tanks of a 56-foot commercial fishing vessel that ran aground near California’s Monterey Bay National
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.
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