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Dry bulk carrier owner Bulkseas Marine Management has emerged as the buyer of an 11-year-old Japanese-owned kamsarmax
Responding to a suggestion that ‘digitalisation is the way ahead for shipping’, Columbia Shipmanagement president Mark O’Neil has argued that digital processes are a part of a broader drive for optimisation. Make tech simpler, he told a webinar this week
ONE forecasts lower profits in the second half of the year amid uncertainties about the coronavirus backdrop and in anticipation of a slack season after the Chinese New Year. But the results are still expected to be much better than the previous fiscal year
Nailing down a definition of leadership in shipping has always proved hard. That’s because the industry is fragmented, which is a survival mechanism. Well-run companies don’t depend on membership of an alliance.
Countering the Gulf of Guinea’s piracy threat to shipping demands co-ordinated approaches between companies and states as well as improving the lot of potential pirates to offer them something better that crime, a webinar was told
A new report calls on the EU to ban scrubbers, prohibit the use of heavy fuel oil and take on more measures to cut emissions from maritime transport
A long history steeped in shipping, human resources and a community spirit among ship operators are some of the ingredients that make Greece the envy of the shipping world
With decarbonisation now driving many shipping decisions, and with ongoing uncertainty about which greener marine fuels will emerge to replace fossil fuels, the prospects for wind technology in commercial shipping are strengthening. The support of Cargill, one of the world’s biggest ship charterers, will add further weight to the development of the wind power industry
The price spread between low- and high-sulphur fuel has decreased to the point that the economics of retrofits make little sense. At the same time, the number of containerships using scrubbers this year has doubled. But demand for ships could now lead to a slowdown in retrofits
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