Hamburg will determine if it makes sense to continue with bilateral exchanges of information around port calls or better to create central data hub to support improved terminal asset utilisation and liner route and network planning.
Paul Wogan-led company has commissioned two 174,000 m³ LNG carriers with Samsung Heavy Industries
Chinese companies are building their own LNG terminals to import the fuel directly to meet the higher demand and to reduce dependence on supply from state-owned companies.
New facility will have the capacity to produce about 2.3 million tonnes of sulphur cap-compliant fuel annually.
AET has ordered a Suezmax shuttle tanker, which will be employed on timecharter to Shell in Brazil.
Jiangnan shipyard's first LNG newbuilding in 2018 will boost its capability in high-tech ships.
Singapore-based Ocean Network Express is boosting its reefer business segment, with an order of 14,000 refrigerated containers equipped with advanced technology.
Western Australia’s Pilbara Minerals is targeting the first shipment of spodumene concentrate by the end of August.
Strategic moves by Golden Ocean, DS Norden, and J Lauritzen have encouraged optimistic views on the dry bulk market.
Danish group expects to generate net proceeds of USD5 billion from the separation of Maersk Drilling and earlier deals involving Maersk Oil and Maersk Tankers
South Korea’s main LNG procurement company will invest nearly USD9 billion by 2025 to expand natural gas capacity and related infrastructure as the country moves towards clean energy. Another USD1 billion will go towards developing LNG bunkering and hydrogen-fueled cars.
SITC posted a stable first half as the intra-Asia carrier saw an increase in average container shipping freight rate.