September 30 - Heavy lift vessel Transshelf, which is owned and operated by Dockwise, has transported two nuclear-powered submarines along the Northern Sea Route, escorted by a Russian nuclear-powered icebreaker.
According to a report by the Barents Observer, the submarines were shipped from the Russian Pacific fleet's naval base in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, to waters outside Severodvinsk in the White Sea.
The port of Corpus Christi in Texas and Ares Management have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the aim of developing renewable energy infrastructure at the port and supporting the production of green hydrogen.
Big Lift’s Happy Star has delivered a bulk ship unloader from Vietnam to the port of Newcastle in Australia.
UK-based Forth Ports has appointed Michelle Primrose as group human resources manager, and Matt McCreath as group financial controller.
Finnlines has held a keel laying ceremony for its second hybrid ro-ro vessel Finneco II at the Nanjing Jinling shipyard in China.
The use of low sulphur fuels can add up to USD20,000 to the operational expenditure of a ship per annum, according to Sacha Cornell, fleet manager at Norbulk Shipping.
OHT has secured post-delivery financing for the newbuild offshore installation vessel Alfa Lift.
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