- Large Companies Target Energy Independent Electric Vehicles
- Crestron, Hatteras, and AHT Global Partner to Deliver a Range of Premium AV for Motor Yachts
- Hong Kong and UK commit to stronger maritime relationship
- Cost-effective, chemical-free biological sewage treatment for marine applications
- Sea Machines Launches 1st Autonomy Product for the Marine Market
- Young professionals say London shipping must be adaptable and competitive
- David Hammond retires as ceo of human rights at sea
- Momentum continues with strong sales figures for Sunseeker international, britain’s biggest boat builder
- Dubai Maritime City Authority highlights Dubai's achievements to the globe at London International Shipping Week 2017
- Carnival Corporation Begins Construction of World's First Fully LNG-Powered Cruise Ship
Belgian tanker owner and operator Euronav has has entered into a five-year sale and leaseback agreement for four very large crude carriers (VLCCs) with investment vehicles advised by Wafra Capital Partners Inc., a private equity partnership.
Wärtsilä has signed a ten-year maintenance agreement with MOL LNG Transport Europe Ltd., an affiliate of the Japanese MOL Group.
Swedish tanker company Tarbit has signed a contract with Logimatic to implement SERTICA on its entire fleet.
In the next step towards smart ships, Rolls-Royce and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd have announced a strategic partnership to design, test and validate the first generation of remote and autonomous ships.
In a challenging year for the shipping industry, Maersk Line has received the prestigious award from Lloyd’s Loading List’s readers, recognising best achievements in freight logistics over the last year.
Hanjin’s receivership represents the trough of the container shipping market and despite continuing concerns of weak trade growth and fleet oversupply a gradual market recovery is now expected, according to the latest annual Container Forecaster and Review 2016/17 report published by global shipping consultancy Drewry.