KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 2 -- Two ships, MT Strovocos and MV Ocean Line 5001 collided at about 2.4 nautical miles towards the Tanjung Bruas Terminal in Tanjung Keling Waters, Melaka today.
Long-term ocean freight rates remain largely unchanged despite the impact of the global coronavirus pandemic, according to new data released by the market intelligence firm Xeneta.
For the second time in a month, the Indian Coast Guard has been called upon to assist in fighting a fire aboard a commercial ship at sea. They are currently assisting with a container fire aboard a vessel operating regional service.
Far from the world’s attention in the middle of the Bay of Bengal, a health emergency is unfolding for seafarers in the Andaman Islands
CMA CGM Group celebrated the official commissioning of the world’s largest LNG-powered containership. Named CMA CGM Jacques Saade in honor of the company’s founder, the 23,000 TEU boxship was named in Shanghai with a unique digital ceremony reflecting the nature of the times.
With strong growth expectations for the number of vessels that will be using LNG, the bunkering industry is moving to aggressively expand LNG operations. This week alone two new unique LNG bunkering vessels for ship-to-ship fueling were named as they prepare to enter service.
Wilhelmsen is investing in the wind farm service sector by taking a 25 percent stake in Edda Wind, an operator of maintenance service vessels for offshore wind developments. Norwegian shipowner Østensjø Rederi will continue to manage the Edda Wind fleet.
As the global shipping industry works to develop a new generation of sustainable ships, a broad range of concepts has been presented. The latest, unveiled in Sweden looks to use innovative, advanced technologies to once again harness the wind creating a revolutionary and sustainable category of ship
Frank Coles has a vision. The Wallem Group CEO wants to enhance transparency in the ship management business and change the business model through the power of technology.
After a joint effort by Indian and Sri Lankan forces, the fire aboard the VLCC New Diamond was reported extinguished on Sunday afternoon, September 6. The fire had burned for nearly 79 hours at times raising fears of an environmental disaster as the crude oil tanker loaded with approximately two mil