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From containers to tankers, from ship owning to ship management, market forces continue to incentivise mergers and acquisitions

HSH Nordbank confirms feedership loan sale

Bank sells JR Shipping debts to UK-based fund ahead of privatisation

Europe Germany Containers

Set Alert for Lloyd's List Sectors :: Technology and Innovation

Rotterdam port sees reported maritime safety incidents fall 18%

Authorities attribute lower safety incidents reported to ramped up investment in navigational facilities
Europe Netherlands

Danish shipping companies fear cyber-attack threat

Survey by Danish Shipping reveals owners are worried about hacking and employee conduct as biggest cyber threats

Denmark Safety

CMA CGM agrees contract to lengthen four 13,800 teu ships

Vessels will be retrofitted at a CSIC subsidiary yard

Asia Pacific Europe

Singapore to revive fortunes with Sea Transport Industry Transformation Map

More than 5,000 jobs to be created by 2025, with maritime industry’s value-add expanded by $3.4bn

Singapore Marine

ABS hires Lewis for media role

Gareth Lewis leaves Associated British Ports for ABS

ABS Classification

Wilhelmsen Ship Management moves HQ from Malaysia to Singapore in digitalisation drive

Company aims to tap into the city-state's trend towards digital innovation to grow business

Asia Pacific Singapore

PSA launches port simulation laboratory with Singapore polytechnic

Move aims to help prepare prospective ports management professionals to handle the next generation of smart container terminals

Asia Pacific Singapore

Korea to encourage shipowners to order more LNG-fuelled vessels

The government will introduce a ship financing programme worth $1.9bn as well as subsidies to replace older vessels

Asia Pacific South Korea

Owners may opt for scrubber retrofits to meet emissions rules

Current industry conditions and expected higher cost and limited availability of low-sulphur marine fuels are the key reasons, says Wilhelmsen  
International Energy
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