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World’s First LNG-Ready Ultra Large Container Ship Named

World’s First LNG-Ready Ultra Large Container Ship Named

Nov 28, 2014 10:12 AM

The race is on in global maritime circles to be the “world’s first” in every aspect of environmental friendliness, particularly in regards to the incorporation of LNG as fuel onboard commercial ships.   »

 

Online protest delays EU plan to resolve US trade row

Nov 26, 2014 03:32 PM

European campaigners against an EU-U.S. accord have held up progress towards the world's biggest free trade deal by deluging an online public consultation that EU officials had hoped would help them unblock a key issue.  »

 

OPDR becomes a major acquisition for the CMA CGM Group

Nov 26, 2014 03:10 PM

During his visit in Hamburg, Germany on November 25th, Jacques R. Saadé announced the acquisition of the German company OPDR (Oldenburg-Portugiesische Dampfschiffs-Rhederei GmbH & Co. KG).  »

 
 

From our latest issue:

Can China generate a dry bulk rebound?

Nov 21, 2014 10:28 AM

The dry bulk trades have been in the doldrums, as the BDI (Baltic Dry Index) seems destined to bump along the bottom bringing little relief to beleaguered ship-owners. China is the key to the dry bulk sector. If supply and demand are to come into balance, it will begin there. But when?   »

 
Nordana fleet renewal emphasizes efficiency and flexibility

Nordana fleet renewal emphasizes efficiency and flexibility

Nov 20, 2014 02:30 PM

Nordana has a wide variety of ships serving the ro-ro and breakbulk sector in services around the world. The Copenhagen-based shipowner operates liner and project divisions and is in the process of a major fleet renewal.   »

 
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