All Shipping articles – Page 18

  • Durban
    News

    Unrest in Durban

    2021-07-19T08:30:00Z

    Maritime insurance provider Gard has reported that local port operators in Durban, South Africa, have declared force majeure due to violent unrest and rioting in the area.

  • Hoegh propelling across the waves
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    Höegh’s propeller delivery

    2021-07-19T08:30:00Z

    Höegh Autoliners has transported two large ship propellers from Kobe in Japan to Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

  • Wallenius SOL new vessel
    News

    Wallenius SOL reaches newbuild milestone

    2021-07-16T09:49:00Z

    Wallenius SOL’s multi-fuel ro-ro vessel has been launched at the CIMC Raffles shipyard in Yantai, China.

  • North sea port
    News

    Tentative recovery for North Sea Port

    2021-07-16T08:30:00Z

    North Sea Port transhipped 34 million tonnes of ocean cargo in the first six months of 2021, an increase of 5.1 percent year on year.

  • MINSHIP and Auerbach
    News

    Auerbach and MINSHIP join forces

    2021-07-16T08:30:00Z

    MINSHIP Shipmanagement and Auerbach Schifffahrt will merge their ship management activities in Bavaria and Hamburg, effective August 1.

  • Allseas pioneering spirit buzzard module
    News

    Pioneering Spirit swoops in

    2021-07-15T08:30:00Z

    Allseas’ installation and decommissioning vessel Pioneering Spirit has delivered a 516-tonne module for CNOOC’s Buzzard phase II development in the North Sea’s Outer Moray Firth, Scotland.

  • SC Ports Hugh K Leatherman terminal 2
    News

    Tackling surging costs

    2021-07-15T08:30:00Z

    US President Joe Biden issued an executive order to tackle anti-competitive practices in parts of its economy. Among the broad-ranging remit, the government is tasking the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) and the Surface Transportation Board (STB) to come up with solutions to the surging costs shippers presently face.

  • Crowley tug
    News

    Crowley plans all-electric tugboat

    2021-07-15T08:29:00Z

    Crowley Maritime plans to build and operate an all-electric harbour tugboat to serve the port of San Diego, USA.

  • AAL delivers cranes to oslo
    News

    AAL ships RTGs for Norway

    2021-07-14T11:48:00Z

    AAL Shipping has delivered four rubber-tyred gantry cranes (RTG) from Taicang in China onboard AAL Pusan, to the port of Oslo in Norway.

  • DEME Offshore Living Stone demonstrates capabilities 2
    News

    Living Stone demonstrates capabilities

    2021-07-14T08:30:00Z

    DEME Offshore has successfully installed the DolWin6 high-voltage DC (HVDC) cable in the North Sea using its DP3 vessel Living Stone.

  • bimco
    News

    Check before Fixing 2021

    2021-07-14T08:29:00Z

    BIMCO has published Check before Fixing 2021 – a practical handbook to help shipping practitioners navigate today’s complex risk management environment.

  • Nile Dutch
    News

    Hapag-Lloyd completes NileDutch acquisition

    2021-07-13T08:30:00Z

    Following the approval from antitrust authorities, Hapag-Lloyd has completed the acquisition of shipping company NileDutch, which specialises in the West African container shipping market.

  • Wagenborg ships from norway
    News

    Cito ships to Norway

    2021-07-12T09:49:00Z

    Wagenborg’s vessel Cito has shipped cargoes to Amoyfjord in Norway for Heerema Marine Contractors.

  • Stena Line
    News

    Stena Line deploys AI technology for CO2 reduction

    2021-07-12T09:47:00Z

    Stena Line has introduced its AI assistant technology Stena Fuel Pilot on two more of its vessels, Stena Flavia and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. The shipping line said the tool helps reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

  • BREB Xian joins Baltic Sea Bridge
    News

    BREB Xian joins Baltic Sea Bridge

    2021-07-09T08:30:00Z

    BREB Xian will join BREB Mukran and BREB Baltiysk as the third vessel on the Baltic Sea Bridge liner service that connects the Baltic ports of Baltiysk (Russia) and Mukran (Germany).

  • OHT jacket transportation for moray east
    News

    OHT to combine with Subsea 7

    2021-07-08T13:04:00Z

    OHT has entered into an agreement to combine with Subsea 7’s renewables business unit.

  • Robert Hill ICS
    News

    ICS names Hill

    2021-07-07T08:30:00Z

    The Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers (ICS) has appointed Robert Hill as director.

  • TMI Jul 20 - Jul 21
    News

    Time charter rates still rising

    2021-07-07T08:30:00Z

    Time charter rates in the multipurpose shipping sector have continued to increase over the last month, according to the latest data from shipbroker Toepfer Transport.

  • CyberOwl and HFW
    News

    HFW partners with CyberOwl

    2021-07-06T08:59:00Z

    International law firm HFW has joined forces with maritime cyber security company CyberOwl to provide comprehensive technology and legal services to the shipping industry around cyber risk management and compliance.

  • DNV_releases_rules_update
    News

    DNV updates class notations

    2021-07-06T08:51:00Z

    DNV has released updates to its rules for ship classification, with a raft of new class notations designed to enable the maritime industry to tackle the decarbonisation challenge.