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Wärtsilä profit drops 51% in second quarter

The company said it was clear that the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on its 2020 financial performance would be material

Wartsila Energy

Sights set on strong leaders as Singapore’s maritime sector faces testing times

The new political leaders covering the maritime remit in Singapore must have the necessary insight and leadership skills for these tough times 

Singapore Crewing

Sembmarine losses widen on pandemic disruptions

The management has taken pay cuts, ranging from 5% to 15%, led by chief executive Wong Weng Sun, who has volunteered a 50% pay cut. Activity is gradually resuming

Singapore Ship repair

Hong Kong further eases crew change restrictions

Relaxation of restrictions follows negotiations between local shipping community and the government because the previous exemption was deemed insufficient to meet the demand for crew changes at the Asian maritime hub

Asia Pacific Containers

Guangdong to convert 1,500 ships to LNG

Beijing’s push for liquefied natural gas conversions on river boats has been met with several setbacks, including the lack of LNG fuelling infrastructure and standards for LNG-powered ships

Asia Pacific Dry Bulk

Eagle Bulk supramax suffers engine failure

The 55,989 dwt vessel was ballasting from India to South Africa for bunkers when a “minor issue” with the main engine was detected

Dry Bulk South Africa

SembMarine yard workforce down 96% on coronavirus measures

SembMarine has warned that the effects of the coronavirus backdrop as well as low oil prices on future projects’ final investment decisions will continue to adversely affect new orders

Singapore Tankers and Gas

One dead, 22 hurt in Indonesian shipyard fire

The fire is now reported to be under control, but not yet fully extinguished and firefighters cannot yet go on board to check if there are any more survivors

Indonesia Tankers and Gas

Keppel Offshore & Marine cuts workforce by 95%

Keppel’s six shipyards in Singapore remain operational albeit with reduced headcounts, while all its yards overseas except those in the Philippines are also operating

Singapore Tankers and Gas
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