Pilbara Marine Pty Ltd (Pilbara Marine), a wholly owned subsidiary of Fortescue Metals Group Ltd has placed an order with Damen Shipyards for the building of six, 32 metre Rotor Tugs.
Qatar Navigation (Milaha) Q.P.S.C. announced its financial results for the year ended December 31, 2016. The company declared a net profit of QAR 711 million for 2016 on revenues of QAR 2.55 billion.
Dutch shipbuilder DAMEN has launched GAME CHANGER, its latest 70-metre DAMEN Yacht Support vessel (227 ft) with helicopter hangar. Available in time for the 2017 summer season, GAME CHANGER is a fantastic showcase of the Yacht Support solution for owners who want to have more fun off the beaten track, but with a significantly lower Total Cost of Ownership.
Sydney City Marine has completed its first maintenance docking of a Damen vessel since the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Damen Shipyards Group last year. The works signify the successful cooperation between Damen Services in the Netherlands, the Damen Service Hub in Brisbane and Sydney City Marine.
Margrethe Maersk container ship with the deadweight of 194,000 tons and capacity of 18,300 TEU docked at Cai Mep International Terminal (CMIT) on February 20th, making it the first seaport in Vietnam and the nineteenth in the world able to accommodate the world’s largest Maersk Triple E class container ship.
The first container ship from India has arrived in Bangladesh’s Panagon river port here under the Coastal Shipping Agreement signed in 2015, allowing direct cargo vessel movement between the two countries. The ship, ‘Shonartori Nou Kalyan-1’ reached the Pangaon Inland Container Terminal at Keraniganj yesterday with 65 containers on board, bdnews24.com reported.
The global shipping industry has urged the European Union to drop the sector's inclusion in proposals adopted on Wednesday to reform the bloc's carbon market, saying it risks distorting trade and international efforts to cut the sector's emissions.
The London-based company operates a fleet of ISO and DNV 2.7-1 containers and related equipment for sale, re-sale and lease directly and via its subsidiaries and partners throughout the UK, Europe, North America, Africa, South East Asia and the Middle East.
The Government of Canada has moved to acquire additional icebreaking vessels to supplement its existing fleet of aging icebreakers. Three icebreaking anchor handling tug supply vessels are anticipated to be repurposed by Davie Shipbuilding in preparation for joining the existing Coast Guard fleet for the 2018-2019 ice season.
From the 10th to the 11th April 2019, the doors open for the first time at the Øksne Hall for the new Copenhagen Shipping Summit, a new conference and fair concept launched by the companies MARPRO and Copenhagen Exhibition Group.
SK Shipping Co. has been in a legal battle with Samsung Heavy Industries Co. over an alleged defect in a liquefied natural gas carrier, an opposition lawmaker said.
Central LNG Shipping Japan Corporation (Hereinafter: CLS), a joint venture established by Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd., Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc., Toyota Tsusho Corporation, and Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha, announces that CLS has ordered an LNG Bunkering Vessel (Hereinafter: LBV) from Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.. The LBV, which is scheduled to be delivered around September to December 2020, will become the first to be operated in Japan.
Cosco Shipping Holdings Co Ltd plans to sell HK$7.43 billion (S$1.3 billion) worth of Orient Overseas International Ltd’s (OOIL) shares to CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd and others, in a move to restore the required public float of OOIL.
In June this year the M/V “MEDI GINEVRA”, 87,000 DWT Bulk Carrier, owned by d’Amico Dry d.a.c.. (d’Amico), built at Oshima Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. (Oshima), enter into service fitted with the Main Engine 6UEC60LSE-Eco-A2 produced by Japan Engine Corporation (J-ENG), the sister vessel M/V “MEDI SERAPO” was also successfully delivered in May.
A situation arose in Singapore over the weekend where Customs decided to treat samples from bunker deliveries as “commercial goods” for import, which prevented bunker surveyors from bringing samples ashore at the Marina South Pier (MSP) and West Coast Pier (WCP). It meant bunker samples could only be brought ashore as commercial imports at the Marine South Terminal and Penjuru Terminal.