‘If box carriers lose control of rate levels, then shipping losses could hit $23bn’

‘No hope’ of bounce-back in demand for container shipping this year

Shipping firm repatriates 8 stranded seafarers whose contracts had ended

Temasek unit comes in to save PIL

Delay in projects to impact profitability in FY21, says Cochin Shipyard

Cochin Shipyard Ltd has said that the it does not foresee any liquidity challenges to meet its supplier obligations and the ongoing capex will not be

Ship recycling – early signs of fresh activity

Exploratory discussions on new deals are providing early indications that recycling markets in India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Turkey could reopen for

The flight of migrant workers creates a tsunami at Alang

Migrant labourers are leaving ship breaking yards at Alang, Gujarat in droves, thus adding further strain on the embattled ship recyclers smarting under

Japanese group explores ammonia as marine fuel

A cross-industry consortium of Japanese companies is considering launching ammonia-fuelled commercial vessels, as well as developing ammonia supply

Bangladesh bans ship containing Toxic Materials from Chittagong Port

Bangladesh will block an oil tanker from docking at its ports, an official said Friday, after authorities received information that the ship being towed

Cochin Shipyard resume operations partially

State-run Cochin Shipyard Ltd has partially resumed operations from Monday after shutting down on March 23 in the wake of the lockdown imposed by the

The world’s largest containership named at DSME

South Korean shipping major HMM has held a naming ceremony for the first of its twelve 24,000 TEU containerships. The HMM Algeciras, described as the

BIMCO report shows effect of COVID-19 on newbuilding orders

A new market analysis by BIMCO suggests the coronavirus outbreak has affected all aspects of the shipping industry, lowering, if not wiping out, demand

IMI’s first newbuilding projects underway as yard construction continues

Partial completion of International Maritime Industry’s (IMI) vast new shipyard, within the King Salman International Complex for Maritime Industries and

LNG vessels build up outside ports due to force majeure rejections, tank-top concerns

Suppliers rejecting force majeure notices from Indian buyers and tank-top concerns in the Dahej and Hazira terminals have caused LNG vessels to build up

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DP World set to enter the

DP World has joined the blockchain TradeLens platform, developed by …

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Adani Ports join TradeLens platform

The Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Limited (APSEZ), which …

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Kale Logistics introduces specially

Kale Logistics Solutions (Kale), a trusted Logistics IT solutions partner …

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Kuehne + Nagel expands logistic

Kuehne + Nagel has launched its AI-enabled digital road logistics …

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APSEZ – Mundra, MSC India

Keeping in view the ongoing global Covid-19 crisis, Adani Ports …

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