To develop the world’s first set of harmonised LNG bunkering standards, a network comprising Antwerp, Rotterdam, Singapore and Zeebrugge, subsequently expanded to include Jacksonville and Norway, was formed.
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Two stern trawlers of Rolls-Royce design are contracted to be built by the Freire Shipyard in Spain.
Today the European Border and Coast Guard Agency is being officially launched, less than a year after it was first proposed by the Commission.
The ITF, announced today that the MCA has detained the Malaviya Seven at the Federation’s request.
Merchant shipping should continue to take protective measures against possible piracy attacks in the Gulf of Aden and the western Indian Ocean.
BIMCO has today published the next in its series of reports looking at the “road to recovery” for dry bulk shipping beyond the current market difficulties.
Abu Dhabi Marine Services “Safeen” announced today significant milestones reinforcing Abu Dhabi Ports’ continued expansion and latest remarkable results.
When Maersk decided earlier this year to sell two end-of-life ships a coalition of European environmental and human rights NGOs denounced the move.
For the second consecutive year, CMA CGM has won the “Gold Recognition Level” by EcoVadis a specialist agency in CSR evaluation.