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  • E.U. Subsidizes Scrubber Installations July 28, 2015
    Five members of trade association Interferry are to receive European Union grants totalling €48 million ($53 million) towards the cost of installing exhaust scrubber systems to meet the stringent 0.1 percent sulfur emissions limit in force since Janu …
  • Thailand Too Slow on Slavery Reforms July 28, 2015
    The 2015 Trafficking in Persons Report has been released, and Thailand has maintained its low Tier 3 status. There are an estimated three to four million migrant workers in Thailand, most from Thailand’s neighboring countries: Burma, Laos, and Cambod …
  • Underwater Drone To Help Divers in Distress July 28, 2015
    CADDY is an underwater drone and floating satellite designed to understand the body language of a scuba divers in distress. The Cognitive Autonomous Diving Buddy, from where the acronym originates, is an EU-funded project currently being tested to en …
  • IMO Signs Low Carbon Project Deal July 27, 2015
    IMO, the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) have signed an agreement to allocate $2 million to a two-year global maritime energy efficiency partnership project which aims to support increased uptake …
  • Busan Port Revamps Trans-Shipment Capacity July 27, 2015
    South Korea’s Busan Port aims to handle 13 million TEU of trans-shipment cargo by 2020 ranking it number two in the world. The Korean Ministry of Ocean and Fisheries together with the Busan Port Authority announces a long-term vision and strategy to …
  • Installation Work Starts on First U.S. Offshore Wind Farm July 27, 2015
    Rhode Island's Deepwater Wind began installing the foundations for North America's first offshore wind farm on Monday, a milestone the company says could pave the way for an industry long established in Europe but still struggling with oppo …
  • NOL Not For Sale July 27, 2015
    According to Drewry Company UK, Neptune Orient Lines (NOL) is not for sale. Its majority stockholder Temasek Holdings claims it is not selling the global box line. NOL is owned by the Singaporean government, but it has it has been losing money and is …
  • Ghana Takes Lead in New Piracy Initiative July 27, 2015
    To understand the maritime security issues afflicting Ghana, it is instructive to first look at Nigeria. Nigeria is the powerhouse of the region and a major trade corridor for neighboring, land-locked nations such as Niger and Chad.  A lot of the wea …
  • Chinese Deliver Largest Box Ship July 27, 2015
    Chinese State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC) has delivered its largest built container ship to CMA CGM, the French shipping group bases out of Marseille.  The CMA CGM Vasco De Gama is an 18,000 TEU box ship at 399 meters long (1,309 feet) and 54 met …
  • Malacca Converting Ports Into Specialized Hubs July 27, 2015
    Plans are underway to convert seven Malaccan ports into specialized hubs. The Malacca Port Development Masterplan is expected to increase investments and economic activity by creating jobs in the manufacturing, tourism and industrial sectors. The pla …
  • Coal Stacker Collapses At Mozambique Port July 27, 2015
     A coal stacker, which is a large bulk handler, collapsed in the Mozambique port of Nacala. The stacker buckled according to a port spokesperson.  It was at the coal terminal currently owned by Brazilian miner Vale, who wants to begin coal exports in …
  • Russian Newbuild Projects Bolster Arctic Expansion July 27, 2015
    Russia’s shipping and shipbuilding sectors are vibrant in 2015, nowhere more so than in the Arctic sector. Indeed there has been a constant stream of new developments and initiatives. The most significant announcement came in June, when Prime Ministe …
  • Chinese Vessel Sinks After Collision With Oil Tanker July 27, 2015
    Chinese cargo vessel Jiang Xia Xiang sunk following a collision with the oil tanker Bai Chai. The collision occurred on the Yangtze River in Shanghai as the Jiang Xia Xiang was berthing at Waigaoqiao Port on July 24. All of the 16 crew members onboar …
  • Disputed Islands to Get Another Cruise Ship July 27, 2015
    Chinese authorities plan to start a second cruise ship link to the disputed Paracel Islands in the South China Sea, state media reported on Monday, in a move that may irk Vietnam, which also claims the islets. China began cruises on the Coconut Princ …
  • Moscow Launches New Strategy, New Ship July 26, 2015
    Russia celebrated Navy Day on Sunday. Along with celebrations of its existing fleet, the nation unveiled a new naval strategy and a new spy ship. The new ship was commissioned during a large naval parade attended by President Vladimir Putin in Kalini …

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  • Great Britain's ACE Manufacturing and Service Exporter July 27, 2015
    Scottish winch and deck machinery specialist ACE Winches has announced it has been successful in securing and delivering $7 million in equipment and services to the Far East. This week ACE Winches’ CEO, Alfie Cheyne, joins a strong trade delegation a …
  • SAFE Boats International Hires Paul Ouellette as Business Development Director July 27, 2015
    SAFE Boats International (SBI) is pleased to announce that Paul Ouellette has joined as Business Development Director – U.S. East. Paul comes to us as a recently retired Major for the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC). Born an …
  • Jensen-Designed LNG ATB Receives "Approval in Principle" July 27, 2015
    A Jensen Maritime-designed, liquefied natural gas (LNG)-bunkering articulated tug-barge (ATB) has been granted “approval in principle” by classification society American Bureau of Shipping (ABS). The designation establishes that Jensen’s vessel conce …
  • Ethiopian Maritime Training Institute Hosts IMO Delegation July 27, 2015
    Officials from the International Maritime Organization (IMO) recently completed a fact-finding mission to the Ethiopian Maritime Training Institute (EMTI) in Bahir Dar, Ethiopia. Juvenal Shiundu and William Azuh from IMO’s Technical Co-operation Divi …
  • Korea Plans to Create Major Trans-Shipment Port at Busan July 27, 2015
    Busan Port aims to handle 13 million TEU of trans-shipment cargo by 2020 ranking it number two in the world. The Korean Ministry of Ocean and Fisheries together with the Busan Port Authority announces a long-term vision and strategy to develop Busan …
  • BMT Cordah Appoints Andrew Glass as Managing Director July 27, 2015
    BMT Cordah, a subsidiary of BMT Group, the leading international maritime design, engineering and risk management consultancy, has announced the appointment of Andrew Glass as Managing Director. Andrew will be responsible for leading the business in …
  • Bermeo Group Echebastar Will Receive New Vessel July 24, 2015
    The Bermeo Group Echebastar will receive the Euskadi Alai Saturday. The Euskadi Alai is a next generation tuna freezer vessel and is being delivered to Astilleros Zamakona, which is owned by Zamakona Yards. President Pedro Garaygordóbi and Deputy Dir …
  • Coastal Contracts Reaches Vessel Agreements July 24, 2015
    Coastal Contracts Bhd secured contracts valued at RM130 million (about $34,002,944 million) for the sale of two offshore support vessels (OSV) and six low-end vessels. Coastal Contracts bagged these contracts through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, Co …
  • Second Damen Offshore Carrier 8500 Launched July 24, 2015
    Maersk Connector is the second of a new generation of cable-laying vessels developed by the Damen Shipyards Group. Equipped with survey and trenching capabilities, she will extend DeepOcean’s capabilities in the larger cable-laying end of the market, …
  • Shipyards in South Africa Lead in Cost Management July 24, 2015
    The company is taking part in two tenders for the South African Navy, and has selected the CostFact system to cover its calculation demands. Southern African Shipyards, based in Durban, South Africa, is the largest shipyard in southern Africa and pro …
  • Buffalo Computer Graphics Releases Desktop Ship Simulator July 23, 2015
    Buffalo Computer Graphics (BCG) Inc. is pleased to announce the release of a turn-key desktop ship simulator that adds a visual component to BCG’s existing line of radar and communication simulation products. The system represents the integration of …
  • California Ports Call For Support in Sacramento July 23, 2015
    California ports are in a competitive fight and could use Sacramento’s support. That was the message to senior legislative staffers visiting here this week as the battle for the state’s containerized trade intensifies. “Challenges to our business are …
  • Crowley Named a Top 100 3PL for Seventh Consecutive Year July 23, 2015
    Crowley Maritime Corp.’s logistics group has been named a Top 100 Third-Party Logistics (3PL) Provider by Inbound Logistics for the seventh consecutive year. Editors selected Crowley and fellow honorees from hundreds of candidates who submitted crede …
  • Eastern Shipbuilding Group, Inc. Delivers the M/V Rena Marie July 23, 2015
    Eastern Shipbuilding Group, Inc. is pleased to announce the delivery of the M/V Rena Marie (Hull 191) on July 9, 2015, the 61st 90’ Inland Towboat to Florida Marine Transporters, Inc. of Mandeville, LA., continuing its ongoing new build program. It w …
  • Damen Launches Ferries for the Government Of Newfoundland July 23, 2015
    The second of two 80-meter ice class Ro-Pax ferries – the MV Legionnaire – has been launched at Damen Shipyards Galati, Romania. The naming was performed by Mrs. Lori Anne Companion, Deputy Minister at the Department of Transportation and Works of th …

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