Shipping

1 Mar 2024

Fastest Growing Containerline Fleet is Lidl's Tailwind

Fastest expanding fleet in percentage terms belongs to company more commonly linked with budget-friendly products found in European supermarkets!

Fastest Growing Containerline Fleet is Lidl's Tailwind
29 Feb 2024

Four VLCC's Ordered from South Korea by DHT

DHT Holdings has finalized contracts for the construction of four very large crude carriers (VLCCs) in South Korea, with deliveries during 2026.

Four VLCC's Ordered from South Korea by DHT
29 Feb 2024

Euroseas Fits Out Newbuild with Sights Set Upon Box Market

Euroseas, is leveraging the current uptick in the containership sector by securing a new long-term charter agreement for one of its feeder ships.

Euroseas Fits Out Newbuild with Sights Set Upon Box Market
28 Feb 2024

Intermarine Welcomed by SAL & Jumbo in Heavy Lift Alliance

Jumbo Shipping and SAL Heavy Lift, a specialist in breakbulk and project cargo, have partnered with Intermarine to create a new joint venture.

Intermarine Welcomed by SAL & Jumbo in Heavy Lift Alliance
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

Ocean Alliance Extends Deal for Five More Years

The consortium of container shipping companies known as the Ocean Alliance has decided to prolong their collaboration for an additional 5 years.

Ocean Alliance Extends Deal for Five More Years
28 Feb 2024

Ukraine Invasion Sees Indian-Classed Fleet More Than Double

Since Russia's invasion of Ukraine 2 years ago, there's been a notable increase in the number of vessels identified as part of the shadow fleet.

Ukraine Invasion Sees Indian-Classed Fleet More Than Double
28 Feb 2024

New Shaper Class Vessels Optioned by Wallenius Willhelmsen

Wallenius Wilhelmsen has exercised options to commission the construction of four more Shaper Class vessels designed for carrying cars and trucks

New Shaper Class Vessels Optioned by Wallenius Willhelmsen
28 Feb 2024

Saudi Arabia Welcomes New Container Shipping Line

Saudi Arabia sees the inception of a new feeder & short-sea shipping venture aimed at establishing connections between the kingdom & Red Sea ports

Saudi Arabia Welcomes New Container Shipping Line
28 Feb 2024

Hede Int. Shipping Added to Controlled Carrier List by FMC

This classification means Hede (HONGKONG) International Shipping Limited will be included on the Commission’s Controlled Carrier List.

Hede Int. Shipping Added to Controlled Carrier List by FMC
27 Feb 2024

Fastest Growing Ship Register Doubles Size in One Month

Last year, Gabon, a nation along the Atlantic coastline of Central Africa, was identified as the shipping registry with the quickest growth.

Fastest Growing Ship Register Doubles Size in One Month
27 Feb 2024

Broker BRS Warns Grey Fleet Will Turn Darker

Luxembourg brokerage firm BRS issues caution that grey fleet is set to deepen in obscurity as enhanced sanctions increasingly constrict Russia.

Broker BRS Warns Grey Fleet Will Turn Darker
26 Feb 2024

Sanko Steamship Prepares to Leave Shipping Industry

A prominent figure in the annals of Japanese maritime commerce, Sanko Steamship, is on the verge of halting its shipowning activities.

Sanko Steamship Prepares to Leave Shipping Industry
22 Feb 2024

ICS Fights Harassment in Maritime Sector

The ICS has recently unveiled a comprehensive framework aimed at eradicating harassment and bullying within the maritime industry.

ICS Fights Harassment in Maritime Sector
22 Feb 2024

Minerva Marine Says Farewell to Its Oldest Capesizes

Minerva Marine of Greece has capitalized on the thriving dry bulk market by selling its most aged capesize ships.

Minerva Marine Says Farewell to Its Oldest Capesizes