In response to the challenging market conditions brought on by COVID-19 last year, we put 16 of our vessels into cold lay-up.
In a year of firsts, it seems only fitting that Wallenius Wilhelmsen welcomes new HERO vessel MV Tannhauser to its fleet in a live stream virtual naming ceremony.
Norwegian-based global shipping company Wallenius Wilhelmsen Ocean AS (WWO) has entered a guilty plea in the Federal Court to criminal cartel conduct.
Finding owners willing to pilot-test an onboard remotely-operated proactive hull cleaning unit wasn’t easy, but when Jotun reached out to Wallenius Wilhelmsen, they found a partner who shared their vision for a more environmentally-responsible shipping industry.
Wallem Ship Agency was appointed to handle the recent call of the full-rigged Polish tall ship, the S.V. Dar Młodzieży to Hong Kong.
The Aphrodite Leader, a Pure Car & Truck Carrier (PCTC) is the first vessel under Wallem Ship Management to come under the Japanese Flag.
Having recently called at Baltimore, USA, she is now making her way around the world. The vehicle carrier, built in 2012, is one of the first vessels to have been rebranded with WW Ocean’s sea-green and flint-grey.
Wärtsilä and Norwegian Wilhelmsen Ship Management have signed a 5-year agreement covering the maintenance of exhaust gas cleaning systems installed in three vessels managed by Wilhelmsen Ship Management.
As the formal changes are registered in The Brønnøysund Register Centre the company, Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics ASA, will start trading under the ticker WWL at the Oslo Stock Exchange.