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US Coast Guard provides additional ’post type-approval’ guidance to its ballast water regulations

On 6 March 2017, the US Coast Guard (USCG) issued a Marine Safety Information Bulletin (MSIB 03-17)  providing...

Dry bulk: Capesize freight rates hit multi-month highs on tonnage tightness

Capesize freight rates on the key Brazil-China and South Africa-China iron ore routes hit multi-month highs Wednesday...

Turkish vessel Tinaztepe-S sank off Libya's Misrata, 8 died

A Turkish cargo vessel, the 1971- built Tinaztepe-S has sunk off the coast of Libya, leaving seven crew members...

Worldwide shipbuilding orders fall to lowest level since 1991: report

THERE were only three orders for 2,150-TEU containerships in January, according to shipbuilding data from Maritime &...

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WORLD SHIPPING
Novorossiysk port to boost ship handling capacity to 10,000 TEU

OOO Ruscon, the operator of the container terminal at the Black Sea Port of Novorossiysk says that it is expanding the loading capacity to accommodate 8,000 to 10,000-TEU ships from 2018.

PORTS
OPINION
Port call selections of some shipping alliances are 'illogical': Drewry

The London-based shipping research and consulting firm, Drewry, has concluded from examining the correlation between carrier terminal ownership and the choice of port calls by shipping alliances that the choice of port call is often not in line with carrier terminal ownership interests.

SHIPBUILDING
SHIP REPAIR
Subsea Industries' new filler coat lowers cost of rudder repair

ANTWERP's Subsea Industries has introduced a new filler coating, called Ecofix, to repair ship rudders to be used with the company's own Ecoshield hard coating.

MARKETS
Fears of another Asia-Europe rates war with launch of mega alliances

THERE are concerns that the launch of three new mega shipping alliances on April 1 could trigger another rates war on the Asia-Europe westbound trade, as rivals may compete over expanding their market share.

PILOTAGE