The shipping world needs to wake up and embrace the philosophy of smart shipping because it is already here and the downturn in the world economy is not going to last forever.
Archives for July 2017
The Norwegian Maritime Authority has laid down amendments to the Regulations on environmental safety and the Regulations on port State control.
After loading its cargo at the Snøhvit LNG export terminal in Norway, in which Total has an 18.4% interest, the Christophe de Margerie is taking the Northern Sea Route to Boryeong in South Korea.
The outlook for global container port demand growth is now more optimistic and Chinese players are on the acquisition trail in an aggressive and highly confident manner.
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Senior representatives from Bahri joined other members of a KSA delegation recently in participating in board meetings of the IMO
APM Terminals Tangier celebrates 10 years in Morocco with the Munich Maersk, the largest ship calling an African port
Researchers, naturalists, explorers and broadcasters are joining the call for oil companies to leave the Amazon Reef alone.
Diana Shipping announced that the employment of one of its Panamax bulk carriers, m/v Melite, has been temporarily disrupted due to a grounding incident at Pulau Laut, Indonesia.