ABS granted Approval in Principle (AIP) to the Marine Design & Research Institute of China (MARIC) for a novel Dual Fuel Design for a 210,000 DWT Bulk Carrier.
The ship will operate mainly in the Baltic Sea and the North Sea; it has excellent cargo capacity and can manage well even in difficult Nordic Sea ice conditions.
The next-generation bulk carrier Haaga has today been delivered to ESL Shipping from Jinling Shipyard in Nanjing, China.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has banned the Hong Kong-flagged bulk carrier MV Shandong Hai Wang for 12 months after it was discovered that crew had been deliberately underpaid.
R&D plan jointly presented by NYK and Oshima Shipbuilding was approved by Japan’s MLIT in its effort to support the introduction of cutting-edge vessels.
TSUNEISHI SHIPBUILDING Co., Ltd. completed the construction of its first TESS38 “WECO JOSEFINE” at one of its overseas shipyards, TSUNEISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES (CEBU), Inc. and delivered it to the shipowner.
Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD) and ILSHIN LOGISTICS have successfully delivered the world’s first LNG-fuelled bulk carrier under the dual-class of Lloyd’s Register (LR) and Korean Register.
A bulk carrier collided with a tug in a river waterway. The damage sustained by the tug was sufficient to merit a dry dock and it was out of service for almost seven weeks. Find more inside.
We are pleased to report, that the International Bulk Journal has selected Oldendorff Carriers to be awarded “BULK SHIP OPERATOR OF THE YEAR”.
On 18 December 2016, the bulk carrier Graig Rotterdam was discharging a deck cargo of packaged timber at anchor in Alexandria Port, Egypt.