THE first ship after a 30-year hiatus in coastal shipping along the Mozambique coast left Maputo recently for a 12-day voyage to the northern Port of...
- Cabotage resumes after a 30-year hiatus off Mozambique coast
- Djibouti's new African shipping line launches first feeder service
EAST Africa-based Djibouti Shipping Company, a subsidiary of the Djibouti Port and Free Zone Authority, has launched its first container service in...
- Chennai reduces port charges to rival Kattupalli and Krishnapatnam
CHENNAI Port Trust (ChPT) has offered increased concessions to feeders that containers that transship at Chennai to and from bigger ships from...
- Hapag Lloyd's addition to its Africa service portfolio, the China Kenya Express
GERMAN shipping giant Hapag Lloyd will offer weekly direct sailings between Chinese Key (CKX) Ports and Mombasa (Kenya) from August 19, reports the...
- MSC adds new service and updates four strings on its intra-Asia network
MEDITERRANEAN Shipping Company (MSC) has announced an upgrade to its intra-Asia network, adding a new service and updating four of its existing...
- OOCL cancels raft of Asia-Europe sailings during height of peak season
HONG KONG's Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL), in response to low demand in the market, has announced a number of blank sailings on the...
- LA-Long Beach post double digit declines in first half due to Covid-19
CONTAINER volume through the Port of Los Angeles was down 9
- Damen contracted to deliver Cutter Suction Dredger to Argentina
The Damen Shipyards Group has sold a full option Cutter Suction Dredger (CSD) 500 to the Argentinian dredging contractor Servimagnus.
- Shippers paying more for biofuel compensated with carbon credits
GOTHENBURG's Stena Bulk has announced that it is introducing the use of new low-carbon biofuel, reports Fort Lauderdale's Maritime Executive
- World's biggest, 24,000-TEU HMM Gdansk, docks at Hong Kong's HIT
ONE of Korea's Hyundai Merchant Marine's (HMM) 24,000-TEUers, the biggest box ship ever built, has arrived in Hong Kong at Kwai Tsing...
- LNG drives Northern Sea Route H1 transits up 1.1pc to 14.5 million tonnes
SHIPMENTS on the Northern Sea Route increased 1
- Long Beach volumes fall 11.1pc in June as Covid-19 hammers west coast
THE Port of Long Beach reported that 602,180 TEU crossed its docks in June, making for an 11
- STM demonstrates the future for e-navigation
With more ships using electronic navigation and digital services, data exchange is becoming critical for sea traffic management and safety
- OOCL clinches fuel efficiency gong
HONG Kong's Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL), now a Cosco unit, has been presented with the Fuel Efficiency Award at the Seatrade Maritime...
- RCL revamps RMS service to link up Malaysia and Indonesia
THAILAND-BASED Regional Container Lines (RCL) has revamped its RMS service to link up Malaysia and Indonesia in a new 'butterfly' service
- Damen delivers custom RHIB to Naarden Lifeboat Brigade!
Damen Shipyards Group has recently delivered a new lifeboat, a Damen RHIB 975 Inboard, to the Naarden Lifeboat Brigade (Reddingsbrigade Naarden)....
- LA-LB rise to the challenge to handle mega-ships, but landside pressures remain
TERMINAL operators in Los Angeles-Long Beach have this month demonstrated their ability to handle record container exchanges in a single vessel call
- MOL leads consortium to test unmanned vessels this year
JAPAN's Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) has announced that two of its group and other consortium members have applied to the Nippon Foundation to fund...
- Five ships detained in UK over welfare fears for crew
BRITAIN's Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps, has made an urgent intervention in the growing crisis over the welfare of 1,500 crew on five cruise...
- Salvors save 2.3M tonnes of pollution!
Emergency towage tugs and salvage companies saved 214 vessels from danger in 2019 and prevented environmental pollution worldwide.