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Arctech lands another icebreaker

Arctech lands another icebreaker

Arctech Helsinki Shipyard has been awarded a contract to build an icebreaking supply vessel for Sovcomflot, Russia´s largest shipping company.

Hapag-Lloyd and CSAV to merge

Hapag-Lloyd and CSAV to merge

Hapag-Lloyd and Compañía Sud Americana de Vapores (CSAV) have signed a binding contract to merge CSAV’s entire container business with Hapag-Lloyd. If approved, ...

Deepwater Horizon response shifts gears

Deepwater Horizon response shifts gears

The United States Coast Guard (USCG) has announced the next phase of the Deepwater Horizon Response, known as the “middle response”, opening a range of national ...

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Hapag-Lloyd and CSAV to merge

Hapag-Lloyd and CSAV to merge

Hapag-Lloyd and Compañía Sud Americana de Vapores (CSAV) have signed a binding contract to merge CSAV’s entire container business with Hapag-Lloyd....

BIMCO releases latest market outlook

BIMCO releases latest market outlook

BIMCO has released its latest market outlook report for April 2014, with selected extracts from the reports focusing on both macro economics and the...

STX Dalian to file for receivership

STX Dalian, the Chinese subsidiary of Korean shipbuilding group STX Offshore and Engineering, is reportedly preparing to file for receivership with...

Mixed fortunes for Hyundai Heavy Industries

Korean shipbuilding giant Hyundai Heavy Industries has released its financial results for the first quarter of 2014.

Losses for DP World as Hutchison enters Australian market

Australian port operator DP World has posted significant losses as Hutchison Ports plans to enter the Australian market, reports Fairfax Australia....

DSME opens warship research division

First Steamship orders bulker from Sasebo

Shipowner liability on the horizon

German shipowner orders boxships from Yangfan

Box prices rise

Billion-dollar order for JES

Chemical tankers for UACC

Australian shipping companies consider reforms

2016 confirmed for IMO Tier III regulations

More newbuildings for Nantong Mingde

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Korean ferry crew compared to murderers

Republic of Korea president Park Geun Hye has given a statement on last week’s ferry tragedy, comparing the actions of the crew to murder, reports...

Arctech lands another icebreaker

Arctech lands another icebreaker

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Havyard to construct hybrid Arctic PSV

Havyard has signed a contract for the construction of a hybrid-powered PSV for Fafnir Offshore HF.

Bambini acquires new vessels

Italy-based marine services provider Bambini has taken delivery of four new vessels for offshore operations.

Zamakona to construct tug for Haifa Port

Haifa Port Company (HPC), the port authority of Israel’s largest seaport, has awarded an international tender for a tug to Zamakona Yards.

Austal delivers first of three WSFVs

Lloyd Werft completes jack-up for Van Oord

Tug for New Zealand launched

DOF Subsea charters 'ROSS Candies'

Topaz secures West Africa contract

USCG releases 'Kulluk' report

Ulstein delivers striking 'Polar Onyx' [VIDEO]

ANL orders intermix vessel from De Hoop

Otto Marine names drilling vessel

SeaBird wins Australasian seismic survey contract

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Russia stimulates regional aquaculture development

Russia stimulates regional aquaculture development

Russia has adopted a new series of regulations and legislation for its burgeoning aquaculture industry, reports the press-service of the Russian government,...

EU sanctions three nations for illegal fishing

EU sanctions three nations for illegal fishing

Following a commission proposal, the European Union's Council of Ministers has listed Belize, Cambodia and Guinea-Conakry as countries acting insufficiently...

Significant fishing overcapacity agreement signed

A joint statement on capacity management within the global fishing industry was recently signed at a two-day conference in Greece.

Australian navy intercepts Illegal fishing vessels

The Royal Australian Navy, working with the Australian Fisheries Management Authority (AFMA) under the co-ordination of Border Protection Command...

Is selective breeding the future for aquaculture?

Worldwide growth in aquaculture is prompting the industry to consider selective breeding as a potential area to increase production and efficiency....

New Zealand trawler sinks

World fish trade to set new records

Good haul for Oregon's fisheries

Six US fisheries to receive disaster relief funds

Australian Senator criticises WWF over fisheries

Poll reveals US approval for Alaskan seafood

FAO fish price index at all time high

Aquaculture can be environmentally sustainable

Pingtan to replace fishing vessels

Samoan fishermen request fuel subsidies