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The deal, signed with an undisclosed Oceanian shipowner, is valued at USD 620.2 million.
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The vessel will join Sinanju’s 13-vessel bunker fleet in December 2019.
Under the construction contract, the vessel is scheduled for delivery in late October 2021.
Teekay has taken delivery of Vladimir Voronin, the fourth Arc 7 icebreaking LNG carrier.
The company asked for help in freeing the Stena Impero seafarers from India, Russia, Latvia and the Philippines.
The new terminal would increase liquid cargo capacity at JNPT by 4.5 MTPA.
Driven by market challenges in container shipping, Yang Ming closed H1 2019 with a net loss.
The fire broke out in the ship's aft section near the accommodation block.
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Result of the initially retrieved VDR, released on July 26, revealed only partial voyage information.
The interest would be sold for USD 489 million to TPG Capital Asia, TPG Growth and Ontario Teachers’.
2020 Bulkers has taken delivery of the first of its eight 208,000 dwt newbuilds from New Times Shipyard.
The Chinese port garnered a connectivity score of 134 points, according to data provided by UNCTAD.
The imports are expected to remain high over the next few quarters.
MOL and COSCO Shipping Energy Transportation (CSET) have decided to further develop their cooperation.
The new vessels were ordered for a charter contract with Dubai-based BGN International DMCC.
MacGregor and COSCO Shipping sign framework purchasing agreement covering 1,000 vessels.
The Supramax bulkers are scheduled for delivery to their new owners in September 2019.
A Panama-flagged cargo vessel grounded near Philippine Lauis Ledge Lighthouse, off Talisay coast, Cebu.
The Approval in Principle (AIP) for the concept design of an LNG-fuelled ore carrier was received from DNV GL.
The equipment is expected to set Pacific Basin up "for what we believe will be stronger years ahead."
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On August 2, Mitsubishi Shipbuilding christened and launched a new ferry being built for Hankyu Ferry.
AAL Shipping revealed its plans to become fully compliant with the new IMO sulphur regulation.
The shipbuilder received a type approval certificate from DNV-GL for the marine lithium ion battery system.
MacGregor has wrapped up the acquisition of the marine and offshore businesses of TTS Group.
Three workers died and at least six were injured following a toxic gas leak at a shipbreaking yard in Bangladesh.
The number of containerships scrapped in 1H 2019 rose by 379 percent, compared to 1H 2019.
The death of a truck driver at Pakistan's KICT is the second fatal incident this year, according to the ITF.