Category archives: Ports

Chinese cargo ship sinks, 10 crew dead, 1 still missing

Ten crew members of 19 crew aboard a Panama-flagged Chinese-owned 8,461-tonne freighter, died after their vessel sank in rough seas off the South Korean harbour of Pohang, South Korea ...

Six foreign flagged ships under detention in UK during September

The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) announced that nine foreign flagged ships were under detention in UK ports during September 2013 after failing Port State Control (PSC) inspection.

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Drydocks World and Maritime World and the Suez Canal Authority discuss future cooperation

Drydocks World and Maritime World, the leading global service provider of marine and maritime diverse sectors, received high-level delegation from the Suez Canal Authority, chaired by H.E Admiral Mohab ...

Singapore LNG completes first vessel Cool-Down Service

Singapore LNG (SLNG) performed its first Vessel Cool-Down Service on 29 September following an agreement signed with MISC Berhad. This is the first agreement for Vessel Cool-Down Services that SLNG ...

Contract awarded for Moín Container Terminal, Costa Rica

A consortium consisting of Van Oord and BAM International, has been awarded the contract for the design and construction of Phase 2A of the new container terminal for APM Terminals ...

Locomotive naming keeps London Gateway on the right track with DB Schenker Rail UK

DP World London Gateway has been honoured by rail freight operator DB Schenker Rail UK in a locomotive naming ceremony which took place at the rail terminal at the UK ...

GDF SUEZ to develop Uruguay’s first LNG import terminal

GDF SUEZ is pleased to announce that it has signed a 15-year BOOT (Build, Own, Operate and Transfer) contract with Gas Sayago S.A. for LNG storage and regasification services ...

Follow the Stena Polaris through the North-East Passage

Stena Bulk’s tanker Stena Polaris, with a cargo of 44,000 tons of naphtha, is sailing from the Gulf of Finland via the North-East Passage to South Korea. A ...

Royal Boskalis acquires port dredging project in Russia »

Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. (Boskalis) has been awarded a contract by CJSC Baltstroy for the dredging and construction of the Bronka Port shipping channel in St Petersburg, Russian Federation ...

Shipping industry acts to protect Bryde's whales

Ports of Auckland today released a new protocol for large ships using the Hauraki Gulf, which is designed to make life safer for the local whale population.

The voluntary protocol ...

SEA Europe takes its agenda to Europort

Europe’s new shipbuilding and marine equipment trade organisation sees world’s leading maritime event as an opportunity for dialogue on critical issues. SEA Europe Chairman Govert Hamers, who will ...

Port of Gothenburg: SEK 2 million for a cleaner marine environment

The Port of Gothenburg has already paid out SEK 2 million this year to the shipping companies that are participating in the port's Improved Fuel Quality programme. This initiative ...

Port of Antwerp and EXMAR team up for LNG bunkering

As a result of a European public tender, the Antwerp Port Authority appointed ship owningcompany EXMAR as its strategic partner for LNG bunkering in the port of Antwerp. Both partners ...

Security recommendations following Suez Canal attack released

In light of the recent shipping vessel attack on the Suez Canal, Nexus Consulting is announcing the release of recommendations for merchant vessels traveling through the canal.

The Suez Canal ...

Stena Bulk and Hyundai to collaborate in transportation

Stena Bulk and South Korean Hyundai Glovis, the Hyundai group’s shipping arm, will begin collaborating with a cargo shipped via the North East Passage. The Stena Polaris, a P-MAX ...

Panama Canal expansion reaches important milestones

Canal Expansion is moving forward to achieve its goal of enhancing the waterway's capacity in order to provide a better service to customers. To date, the Program registers a ...

Search and rescue operation for capsized barge

Search and rescue (SAR) operations for 8 missing crew members of the capsized Mongolian-flagged barge Guo Liang 677 continued. The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA)

has been co-ordinating ...

Barge capsizes off Singapore, 8 crew missing

Search and rescue (SAR) operations for 8 missing crew members of the capsized Mongolian-flagged barge Guo Liang 677 continued today. The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has been ...

Salvors tow Hansa Bradenburg to port of refuge

Shipmanagement Company Leonhardt & Blumberg report that her container vessel MV "HANSA BRANDENBURG” is currently being towed to Mauritius after salvors have successfully been able to make a towing connection on ...

Suez Canal closure risk again in the spotlight

Recent political unrest in Egypt has again raised the spectre of the Suez Canal closing. However, if it were to be suddenly closed tomorrow, it would not be a train ...

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