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World Bank Debars Damen for 18 Months
World Bank Debars Damen for 18 Months

The World Bank this week debarred Damen Shipyards Gorinchem (Damen) for 18 months.  The company engaged in a...

Grounded vessel Gustav Maersk on the way to Turkey for repairs
Grounded vessel Gustav Maersk on the way to Turkey for repairs

The mega boxship Gustav Maersk, which ran aground in northern Messina Strait near Torre Cavallo, Italy last week,...

Tanker captain sentenced to suspended prison after collison in Bay of Biscay
Tanker captain sentenced to suspended prison after collison in Bay of Biscay

The master of the "Peter Paul" which had struck the fishing vessel "Rupella" on Nov 18, 2014, in Saint-Pierre-d'Oléron...

Damen Shipyards under blame on Foreign Bribery
Damen Shipyards under blame on Foreign Bribery

Dutch investigators have raided the Netherlands’ biggest ship builder, Damen Shipyards, as part of a criminal...

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WORLD SHIPPING
Guangzhou Port Group to expand offices into Europe
Guangzhou Port Group to expand offices into Europe

GUANGZHOU Port Group is extending its network of offices into Europe through its partnership with Guangzhou Port (Europe) B V that follows the launch of its partnership with Guangzhou Port America LLC one year ago.

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SHIPBUILDING
SHIP REPAIR
Subsea Industries' new filler coat lowers cost of rudder 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
April launch of new alliances could create uncertainity in the market
April launch of new alliances could create uncertainity in the market

THE realignment of the four global vessel-sharing alliances into three larger and more powerful alliances can be viewed as the shipping industry's latest attempt to cut costs and increase leverage in a cut-throat environment. However, the impact of these changes on ports, marine terminal operators, and beneficial cargo owners (BCOs) must not be overlooked.

PILOTAGE