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Shipping has a ‘clear preference’ for a bunker fuel levy: Esben Poulsson

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Hanjin slides to 100th spot in Alphaliner’s rankings - Once the seventh largest containerline in the world, South Korea’s Hanjin Shipping now stands in 100th position on Alphaliner’s list of the top 100 liners. 177 days since it sought court protection and a week on from being declared bankrupt Alphaliner now lists Hanjin as having one 5,302 teu ship left to its name, a […]

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Otto Danielsen: The boutique maritime asset management platform

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MOL invests in Seajacks - In line with its recently announced intentions to aggressively expand in offshore, Japanese shipping giant Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) is buying from Marubeni Corporation a 5% share in Seajacks International, a firm that owns and operates five self-elevating platforms. This is a new offshore business for MOL, following investments in FPSOs, FSRUs, shuttle tankers, and […]

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Freight forwarders spend $500m a year processing freight rates

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MOL restructures organisation, eyes new businesses - One of the world’s largest shipping companies, Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) from Japan, is restructuring its organisation again. Last April MOL created dedicated dry bulk and energy business units. It will now add a product transport business unit which will lump together its liner, car carrier, port, logistics and ferry businesses. Moreover, the company said […]

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Hyundai Heavy staff in three-day strike - 15,000 workers at the world’s largest shipbuilder downed tools yesterday for what will be a three-day strike in protest at massive restructuring ongoing at South Korea’s Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI). The strike is the first collective walkout at HHI in 23 years. HHI, amid a dramatic drop in orders, is spinning off its non-shipbuilding operations […]

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Union Demeter to be released by Indian authorities - Chinese vessel , which has been detained by an Indian court for nearly 50 days, will be released and returned to China. According to Nanjing Yuan Teng Shipping, the crew manager of the vessel, the owner Tranvast has managed to pay off bunkering fees owed which led to the detention of the ship, and salaries […]

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Noble Corporation secures ExxonMobil contract in Canada - Offshore driller Noble Corporation has secured a new rig contract from ExxonMobil for a plug and abandonment (P&A) program off Canada, according to the company’s latest fleet status report. The company’s jack-up rig will be deployed for the 22-well program, which is expected to commence between the fourth quarter of 2017 and the first quarter […]

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Allseas wins Nord Stream 2 pipelay project - Allseas has been awarded a contract for offshore pipelay at the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline through the Baltic Sea. Allseas will use pipelaying vessels Pioneering Spirit, Solitaire and Audacia for the work, which will be carried out in 2018 and 2019. Henning Kothe, chief project officer of Nord Stream 2 AG, commented: “This […]
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