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The world’s fastest growing ship registry and the oldest shortsea shipping association in Europe have joined forces to support the growing number of Greek vessels operating in the short-sea maritime sector.
MMS Offshore Renewable Services Ltd, the provider of support services for the offshore wind industry, has expanded its fleet of ships through a new lending package from Yorkshire Bank.
Scorpio Bulkers has announced that it has agreed to sell and leaseback three Ultramax vessels – SBI Pegasus, SBI Subaru and SBI Ursa – and four Kamsarmax vessels – SBI Lambada, SBI Macarena, SBI Carioca and SBI Capoeira – to CMB Financial Leasing.
Fortune Technologies, a Greek provider of integrated maritime software solutions and Microsoft’s Dynamics NAV partner, has announced a strategic alliance with RINA, the classification, certification, inspection, testing and consulting multinational, to create value-added services for the Greek and global shipping market.
Lloyd’s Maritime Academy, the experts in life-long learning for maritime professionals, has launched its first ever, in-depth online course focusing on the Ballast Water Management Convention.