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PD Ports Continues Investment in Eco-Friendly Technology

PD Ports

UK port operator PD Ports continues its investment in environmentally sustainable technology at Teesport.

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Australia Orders All Foreign Cruise Ships Out of Its Waters

Cruise vessel

Australia has ordered all foreign cruise ships to leave as soon as possible.

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VTT to Explore Use of Bio- and Waste-Based Oils for Ships


VTT, partners will assess how suitable fuel oils made from biomass and waste plastics are for ship diesel engines.

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March Imports at US Container Ports Hit Five-Year Low


Imports at major U.S. retail container ports dropped to their lowest level in five years in March.

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Pacific Basin Puts the Breaks on Fleet Growth Plans

Pacific Basin

Pacific Basin will pause its fleet expansion plans amid the ongoing market uncertainty caused by the pandemic. 

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Crew with COVID-19 Symptoms Medevaced from Two Cruise Ships

Oasis of the Seas

Three crew members displaying coronavirus symptoms were medevaced from two Royal Caribbean ships.

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Ulrik Uhrenfeldt Andersen appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer of Golden Ocean Management AS.

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AET Pens Charter Deal with Total for Two LNG-Fueled VLCCs


 AET secures time charter of two LNG dual-fuel VLCCs with Total subsidiary.

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Saudi Arabia Buys 8.2 Pct Stake in Carnival Corporation

carnival Breeze

The Public Investment Fund from Saudi Arabia has taken 8.2 percent stake in Carnival Corporation.

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Police Launches Criminal Investigation into Ruby Princess


The NSW Police Force commenced an investigation into the docking and disembarking of Ruby Princess last month.

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Stena Line to Furlough 600, Lay Off 150 Workers

Stena Line

The cost cutting measures are being announced on the back of a major drop in demand.

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Watch: ULCV Crashes into a Crane at Busan Port

Milano Bridge

Ultra large containership Milano Bridge toppled a crane at a container terminal in the Port of Busan.

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German Gas Carrier Grounded due to Underdeveloped ECDIS

Gas carrier

A German gas carrier grounded off Indonesia in 2018 due to the not fully developed ECDIS, a report shows.

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Workers at Haldia Port Suspend Dry Bulk Ops

Haldia Port

Workers at Haldia Port suspended dry bulk vessel operations after confirmed COVID-19 case.

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SMM 2020

Тhe trade fair opens every two years and the next edition will be held from the 8th do the 11th of September…

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Belgian Offshore Days 2020

During this event, a conference will be held with focus on “Increasing value by data driven innovation…

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Eastern Mediterranean Offshore Conference and Exhibition (EMC) 2020

EMC 2020 conference will arm delegates with technical and commercial knowledge to capitalise…

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EMC 2020

Attending the EMC 2020 conference will arm delegates with technical and commercial knowledge…

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RMC Starts Building Tallink's New LNG-Powered Shuttle Ferry


Rauma Marine Construction has started the production of Tallink’s new shuttle ferry MyStar.

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Carriers' Worst Case Scenario Loss to Hit USD 23 Bn

MSC Isabella

The economic impact of the push to adapt to the demand drop is yet to be seen as things develop.

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COVID-19 Crisis: 114 Cruise Ships Are in or near US Waters

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, 114 cruise ships, carrying 93,000 crew, are currently in or near US ports and waters.

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Coral Princess Starts Disembarking Passengers

Coral Princess

Passengers have started to disembark Coral Princess after the cruise ship finally docked at the Port of Miami on April 4.

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Venezuelan Patrol Boat Collides with Cruise Ship, Sinks


A Venezuelan patrol boat sank after allegedly ramming an expedition cruise ship off Venezuela.

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Okeanis Eco Tankers Secures Work for VLCC


Okeanis Eco Tankers Corp. inks time charter contract for one of its VLCC vessels.

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USCG Medevacs Crewman from Yang Ming Boxship


An injured crew member of a Taiwan-flagged containership was medevaced off Francisco Bay.

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UAE to Ease Restrictions on Crew Changes

Khalifa port

UAE has decided to gradually lift the restrictions on crew changes.

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Evergreen Orders 1,800 Star Cool Reefers from MCI


Evergreen Marine Corp. has ordered 1,800 Star Cool reefers from Maersk Container Industry.

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Readers' Picks of the Week

Aerial view of a container terminal

Here are the most-read stories of the past week.

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Construction of World's Largest LNG-Fueled RoRo Ship Begins


CIMC Raffles has cut the first steel for a new LNG-powered RoRo vessel ordered by Wallenius SOL. 

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New Cluster of Coronavirus Cases Emerges at Keppel Shipyard

Keppel Offshore and Marine

A new cluster of coronavirus infected people has been identified at Singapore-based Keppel Shipyard.

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