South Korean Supreme Court rules in favour of compatriot rivals HHI and SHI following DSME’s appeal, claiming it has patented the LNG boil-off technology.
South Korea's Ministry of Employment and Labor has imposed a stop-work order on Samsung HI following a fire at the shipbuilder’s Geoje yard on Wednesday.
South Korea's Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries announces its plans to upgrade 10 new ports in a move to revitalise the local shipping and logistics scene.
As shippers of LNG transition toward ever more destination flexibility, will this make the global fleet more or less efficient, and how will this impact rates? Fairplay weighs the factors in play.
Space constraints on container line sailings from Europe to Asia see North European shippers look to conventional breakbulk transportation.
Shipping funds to be launched by COSCO unit that will focus on domestic and international projects.
The first tripartite consultation workshop has been launched by Kenya Maritime Authority on the implementation of the Maritime Labour Convention.
Legislation to bar crude oil tankers from the northern section of the West Coast has been introduced by the Canadian government.
Revenue has soared for the Grimaldi Group’s Baltic subsidiary Finnlines.
Rickmers Maritime noteholder, Peter Kwok Kian Tow has backtracked on a bid to block Navios Maritime Partners’ acquisition of the trust’s fleet.