All Shipping articles – Page 9

  • 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
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    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
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    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.

  • Maersk carbon neutral methanol
    News

    Maersk signs shipbuilding contract

    2021-07-05T08:30:00Z

    A.P. Møller-Mærsk has signed a shipbuilding contract with Hyundai Mipo Dockyards for the construction of a feeder vessel that is capable of running on carbon neutral methanol.

  • SAL Caroline 3
    News

    Caroline en-route to Mozambique

    2021-07-02T08:31:00Z

    SAL Heavy Lift’s vessel Caroline recently loaded 20 suction piles destined for a gas field offshore Mozambique.

  • Mozambique total lng project
    News

    ITF calls for crew change suspension in northern Mozambique

    2021-07-01T09:04:00Z

    The International Transport Worker’s Federation (ITF) has supported calls from the Norwegian Maritime Unions (NMU) for a crew change suspension along the coast of Mozambique until the threat to seafarers’ lives reduces.

  • THEPOR~1
    News

    PLA unveils London shipyard plans

    2021-07-01T08:54:00Z

    Port of London Authority (PLA) is working with property developers, London & Regional, and the Royal Docks Team (RDT) to develop a shipyard at Albert Island in the London borough of Newham, UK.

  • The Nigerian navy frigate NNS Thunder (F90) sails in the Gulf of Guinea during a French-Led exercise. Photo credit mass communication specialist seaman Conner Foy, U.S. Navy.
    News

    Support for Gulf of Guinea declaration grows

    2021-07-01T08:47:00Z

    Nearly 350 companies and associations have signed BIMCO’s Gulf of Guinea Declaration on Suppression of Piracy. Combined with Nigeria announcing investment to address piracy in the region, BIMCO believes there is growing industry support to tackle the issue and increase safety for seafarers.

  • Alfawall ocean bird 2
    News

    AlfaWall Oceanbird sets sail

    2021-07-01T08:30:00Z

    Alfa Laval and Wallenius are forming a 50:50 joint venture to develop fully wind-powered propulsion systems.

  • NYK Frontier Jacaranda
    News

    NYK tests biofuel

    2021-06-30T09:13:00Z

    NYK’s bulk carrier Frontier Jacaranda has conducted a trial use of biofuel made from waste cooking oil collected and refined in Singapore.

  • BRS, Deltamarin and Bureau Veritas join forces
    News

    Partnership focuses on environmental compliance

    2021-06-29T09:45:00Z

    Ship designer and engineer Deltamarin, shipbroker Barry Rogliano Salles (BRS), and ship classification company Bureau Veritas are cooperating to provide ship performance and energy transition solutions.

  • CH Robinson PCN
    News

    C.H. Robinson delivers to the USA

    2021-06-29T08:30:00Z

    C.H. Robinson has transported 645 cu m of cargo from Shanghai in China to Savannah in Georgia, the USA.

  • Volga shipping
    News

    Volga Shipping eyes river vessels

    2021-06-28T09:07:00Z

    Russia’s Volga Shipping Company has plans to order a series of river-sea multipurpose dry cargo carriers.

  • BIMCO seafarers
    News

    MHSS signs Gulf of Guinea Declaration

    2021-06-25T08:30:00Z

    Mental Health Support Solutions (MHSS) has signed up to BIMCO’s Gulf of Guinea Declaration in a bid to suppress piracy in West African waters and to assist seafarers caught in pirate attacks.

  • Stena Germanica
    News

    Stena Line goes blue to go green

    2021-06-25T08:30:00Z

    Stena Line’s ro-pax vessel Stena Germanica has travelled from Sweden to Germany powered by recycled methanol.

  • Aurora class with borealis Höegh Autoliners mulls listing
    News

    Höegh Autoliners mulls listing

    2021-06-22T14:22:00Z

    Norway-headquartered Höegh Autoliners is considering a potential listing as part of its plan to build 12 Aurora-class multi-fuel and ammonia-ready vessels.

  • DSME cyber security
    News

    DSME focusses on cyber security

    2021-06-22T09:29:00Z

    Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) is cooperating with DS Lab Company to develop a marine cyber threat intelligence system.

  • Volga wind farm deliveries
    News

    Volga Shipping completes wind farm deliveries

    2021-06-21T09:59:00Z

    Volga Shipping Company and Volgo-Baltic Logistic have completed the delivery of wind farm components to Kazakhstan, on behalf of ISS Global Solutions.

  • DNV calculator
    News

    DNV launches energy efficiency tool

    2021-06-21T08:30:00Z

    DNV has launched the Energy Efficiency Existing Ship Index (EEXI) calculator – a digital tool to support customers in ensuring their compliance with the upcoming regulation.

  • AAL Kembla on asia europe service
    News

    AAL Kembla keeps cargoes moving

    2021-06-17T10:19:00Z

    AAL Kembla delivered almost 37,000 cu m of breakbulk, steel and project cargoes on AAL Shipping’s monthly Europe, Middle East/India – Asia liner service.