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Fate of proposed new 2.8m teu box terminal extension still hangs in balance
Minoan Lines has positioned itself to thrive in 2020, but fuel costs remain a volatile factor for any ferry operator
The Belfast-based shipyard and engineering company aims for a takeover after filing for insolvency
The feedership owner announced charters for six scrubber-fitted ships in 2018
Pipework problems are requiring costly repairs to scrubber systems less than six months after installation in some cases, corrosion experts have told Lloyd’s List.
The company bought 420,000 tonnes of very-low sulphur fuel oil and marine gas oil and will store them on one of its ultra large crude carriers positioned off Singapore
The charter market was weak in the first half of the year, but since then the Baltic Exchange index has surged and Safe Bulkers has been fixing vessels at “much higher rates”
SembMarine made inroads into the competitive offshore windfarm sector with its maiden contract for Jan De Nul for Taiwan’s Formosa 2 Offshore Wind Farm project
Awilco says the WilForce can resume trading from mid-September following repairs at a yard in Singapore
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