SOME 2,753 vessels, totalling 328
- Scrubbers investment expected to have 18-month payback for megas
- Record-breaking two-and-a-half mile South African train cuts trucking
SOUTH Africa's state-controlled ports and rail company Transnet has launched a train with a world-record number of cars in a bid to move reduce...
- Los Angeles August cargo scores another record breaking 861,081 TEU
THE Port of Los Angeles has set a new single-month cargo record for the fifth consecutive month, reports the American Journal of Transportation
- India's 12 major ports' box volume up 6.7pc to 861,000 TEU in April
INDIA's 12 major ports posted 5
- Baku port's Q1 cargo volumes rise to 1.03m tonnes, with box traffic up 55pc
THE volume of cargo passing through Baku International Sea Trade Port in Azerbaijan on the Caspian Sea hit 1
- Six Foreign Flagged Ships Detained in UK Ports during August 2013
The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) announced today that six foreign flagged ships were under detention in UK ports during August 2013 after...
- Shipping: A hard life on ocean wave
After buoyant times, the shipping industry is experiencing that sinking feeling, with all hope of a bottoming out and rebirth having been smothered.
- Baltic index down further on softer vessel rates
The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index, which tracks rates for ships carrying dry commodities, fell on Thursday for an eighteenth straight...
- Lion Shipbrokers Report-Market News and Rumours 19.03.2012
On the dry-bulk front we had one more week of healthy activity as the BDI keep going upwards. Two panamax bulkers changed hands this week; Indonesian...
- Eight Foreign Ships Under Detention in UK Ports During January 2012
The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) announced today that eight foreign flagged ships were under detention in UK ports during January 2012 after...
- Russian Crude Oil Export From Novorossiysk fall 2,5 percent
Russia’s two largest crude oil export facilities will keep combined shipments little changed in February, according to a final loading schedule.
- Ferry "Colossus" ran aground, Greece
In the morning of Nov 17, 2010, the "Colossus" ran aground on a rocky coast in the Vassiliki bay on the Ionian island of Lefkada. The ship was coming...