Europe

14 Mar 2024

Suezmaxes Proving Still popular with Greek Owners

The demand for new tanker ships among Greek shipping companies continues to be strong, especially in the suezmax category.

 Suezmaxes Proving Still popular with Greek Owners
13 Mar 2024

New Russian Service Unveiled by Another Turkish Liner

ULD Shipping, based in Istanbul, introduces Black Sea feeder service linking Turkey with Novorossiysk, featuring two leased 634 TEU sister ships.

New Russian Service Unveiled by Another Turkish Liner
5 Mar 2024

Houthi Drone Shot Down in Red Sea by Italian Warship

The Italian Navy destroyed a drone over the Red Sea, acting in defense under the European Union's new naval operations in that region.

Houthi Drone Shot Down in Red Sea by Italian Warship
4 Mar 2024

Netherlands Defense to be Boosted by Huge Financial Input

The Netherlands plans to allocate several billion euros for the renewal of the majority of its major naval vessels within the next 15 years

Netherlands Defense to be Boosted by Huge Financial Input
1 Mar 2024

Shore-Based Power Provided for all Vessels at Rotterdam WG

RWG container terminal announces plans to install shore-based power systems along entire dockside, allowing all vessels to access the facility.

Shore-Based Power Provided for all Vessels at Rotterdam WG
28 Feb 2024

Stranded Turkish-Flagged Ship Hit by Missiles in Ukraine

A cargo ship flying the Turkish flag, marooned for over two years in Ukraine, was targeted by missile strikes while docked at the Kherson port.

Stranded Turkish-Flagged Ship Hit by Missiles in Ukraine
28 Feb 2024

New Secretary General Elected by Mission to Seafarers

The Mission to Seafarers, a Christian org dedicated to the welfare of maritime workers revealed Peter Rouch will be appointed as secretary general

New Secretary General Elected by Mission to Seafarers
28 Feb 2024

DP World Concession Row Costs Port of Antwerp-Bruges $44m+

The ICSID has ordered the port of Antwerp-Bruges to compensate DP World with €41.3 million ($44.7 million) plus additional costs and Interest.

DP World Concession Row Costs Port of Antwerp-Bruges $44m+
27 Feb 2024

160 Tons Of Ukrainian Grain Has Been Destroyed In Poland

Kyiv, Feb 25th, it was reported that approx 160 tons of Ukrainian grain were destroyed at a Polish railway station amidst significant protests.

160 Tons Of Ukrainian Grain Has Been Destroyed In Poland
26 Feb 2024

UK Sanctions Fractal Shipping & Beks Ship Management

Fractal Shipping, based in the UAE, and Turkey's Beks Ship Management have been highlighted in the recent set of sanctions announced by the UK.

UK Sanctions Fractal Shipping & Beks Ship Management
20 Feb 2024

Rapid Expansion at Romania's Key Port

Port in Europe, recognized for rapid growth, initiates a critical dredging project to manage increased cargo flow resulting from Ukraine conflict

Rapid Expansion at Romania's Key Port
16 Feb 2024

UK Expects Return of Wind Bidders

An official from UK government expressed optimism for upcoming offshore wind auction, following a previous round that did not meet expectations.

UK Expects Return of Wind Bidders
9 Feb 2024

Marinakis & Fredriksen Strengthen Chinese Shipbuilder Ties

DSIC has obtained orders for $1.8 billion from two well-known European clients, involving the construction of up to 14 Very Large Crude Carriers.

Marinakis & Fredriksen Strengthen Chinese Shipbuilder Ties
8 Feb 2024

Hamburg Port Witnesses Ship Sinking

A vessel navigating the inland waterways, laden with 3,500 litres of diesel and 1,400 tonnes of potassium chloride, has sunk in Hamburg Port.

Hamburg Port Witnesses Ship Sinking
2 Feb 2024

$300M Transport Pact for Wallenius Wilhelmsen

The Norwegian transport specialist Wallenius Wilhelmsen has finalized a transport contract valued at approx $300 million, set to span 3 years.

$300M Transport Pact for Wallenius Wilhelmsen