A NEW ORLEANS federal court ruled the sailors, either killed or injured aboard the USS Fitzgerald after a June 17, 2017 collision with the 2,854-TEU...
- US court quashes US Navy sailors' lawsuit in NYK collision
- ClassNK gives NYK go-ahead for autonomous ship development framework
JAPANESE shipping giant NYK and its group company, MTI Co Ltd, have received approval in principle for an autonomous ship framework that is currently...
- Autonomous Ship Framework obtains approval
ClassNK, a classification society based in Japan, reviewed the safety of the framework and certified the concept design on February 20, 2020 the...
- Japan's First LNG Bunkering Vessel Launched
Japan’s first LNG bunker vessel (LBV) was successfully launched at the Sakaide Works of Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd.
- ONE keeps promise and sails into the black, but now faces virus challenge
JAPANESE container carrier Ocean Network Express (ONE) has posted a net profit of US$105 million for full-year 2019 after post-merger synergies...
- ONE expects quarterly loss of US$49m but optimistic of full-year profit
JAPANESE shipping company ONE anticipates a US$49 million loss for the current quarter, on the back of weak demand following the Chinese Lunar New...
- NYK Line back in black, reporting satisfactory box showing from ONE
JAPAN's NYK Line posted a net profit of JPY18
- Japanese shipping lines see a positive year ahead
LEADING container shipping lines in Japan have voiced optimism that the improving financial results of the industry bodes well for 2020, however,...
- NYK back in black after posting first half profit of US$146.7 million
JAPAN's leading ocean carrier, Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK) was back in the black with a first half profit of JPY15
- 'K' Line back in black with a US$101 million profit, but sales fall 11pc
JAPAN's Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha ('K' Line) was back in the black, posting a first half profit of JPY11
- Services to India generated 105,000 TEU for Hamburg in Q1, up 17pc
THE Port of Hamburg's direct services with Indian ports contributed 105,000 TEU in the first half of the year, representing a year-on-year...
- Philippines youth group visits NYK head office and maritime museum
JAPANESE shipping giant NYK recently played host to a group of Filipino young people as part of the Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students...
- Namura Shipbuilding receives order for VLCC from NYK Group's Kyoei Tankers
JAPAN'S Kyoei Tankers, a unit of NYK Group, has ordered a 310,000 deadweight tonnage (dwt) very large crude carrier (VLCC) from Namura...
- NYK orders world's largest LNG-fueled PCTC vessel
JAPAN's NYK has placed an order for the world largest pure car and truck carrier (PCTC) capable of navigating oceans with only LNG as the main...
- NYK completes first carbon-neutral voyage with a car carrier
JAPANESE shipping company NYK has achieved its first carbon-neutral voyage by offsetting 5,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide, equivalent to the CO2...
- NYK concludes long-term charter deal with Total for LNG carriers
JAPANESE shipping giant NYK has signed a new long-term contract with Total unit Gas & Power Chartering, a French energy company
- 'K' Line back in black with US$71.5 million profit as sales decline 13.6pc
JAPAN's Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Line 'K' Line reversed itself from last year's first quarter US$248
- NYK gets energy-saving heavy lift vehicles from Nanjing Jinling Shipyard
NYK Bulk & Projects Carriers Ltd has ordered two new next-generation energy-saving heavy-lift vessels from Nanjing Jinling Shipyard Co, a part of...
- NYK back in the black with quarterly profit rising to US$84.10 million
JAPANESE shipping giant Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK) second quarter net profit JPY9
- 'K' Line fined US$23.4 million for conspiracy by Federal Court of Australia
JAPAN's ocean automotive carrier Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha ('K' Line) has been fined AUD34