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110million tons throughput sets new record for Hamburg

110million tons throughput sets new record for Hamburg

With total throughput of around 110 million tons, ...

Two-way shipping routes to be introduced at Jomard Entrance, Papua New Guinea

Two-way shipping routes to be introduced at Jomard Entrance, Papua New Guinea

A new ship routeing system will come into effect o...

Dutch yards may need to rethink contractual structures

Dutch yards may need to rethink contractual structures

ROTTERDAM-based law firm AKD says a recent decisio...

EU to support better sea transport link between Nantes St-Nazaire and Vigo

EU to support better sea transport link between Nantes St-Nazaire and Vigo

The EU's TEN-T Programme will back with over €3.5 ...

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OptiMarin: Offshore orders for ballast treatment system

OptiMarin: Offshore orders for ballast treatment system

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Norwegian company OptiMarin says that since the beginning of 2010 it has received a total of eight orders for its ballast water treatment system.
The orders for the type approved OptiMarin ballast system have been placed by major shipyards on behalf of the shipowners, and cover installations in:
· Four platform supply vessels that ‘K’ Line Offshore ...

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Greek Shipping News Portnet.Gr

Δηλώσεις Βαρβιτσιώτη για τη διάσωση των 700 μεταναστών

Δηλώσεις Βαρβιτσιώτη για τη διάσωση των 700 μεταναστών

Thursday, 27 November 2014  |  Portnet News

Αναφορικά την ευρεία επιχείρηση εντοπισμού και διάσωσης του Φ/Γ πλοίου “BARIS” με επιβαίνοντες επτακόσιους (700) περίπου...

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Shipowners welcome extended EU anti-piracy naval mission

Shipowners welcome extended EU anti-piracy naval mission

Thursday, 27 November 2014  |  Infomarine On-Line

EU Member States have decided to extend the mandate of the EU anti-piracy naval mission off the coast of Somalia both in terms of scope and duration. EU Navfor Atalanta will now run until 12 December ...

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Maersk Broker May Look at Mergers as Other Shipbrokers do Deals

Maersk Broker May Look at Mergers as Other Shipbrokers do Deals

Thursday, 27 November 2014  |  gCaptain

COPENHAGEN, Nov 27 (Reuters) – Major ship brokerage firm Maersk Broker is looking into possible mergers and joint ...

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OptiMarin: Ships Ballast Water and Sediments, 2004

OptiMarin: Ships Ballast Water and Sediments, 2004

Monday, 03 November 2014  |  Infomarine On-Line

Norwegian company OptiMarin says that since the beginning of 2010 it has received a total of eight orders for its ballast water treatment system.
The orders for the type approved OptiMarin ballast syst...

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Amsterdam council welcomes new large sea lock

Amsterdam council welcomes new large sea lock

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On Wednesday, 26 November, the City Council of Amsterdam said ‘yes' to the accelerated and expanded construction of the new large sea lock in IJmuiden, with the one-off investment required for this being given the green light. Port of Amsterdam is very pleased with this decision.

The new large sea lock will safeguard the ongoing accessibility of...

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14th Annual Marine Money Greek Ship Finance Forum

14th Annual Marine Money Greek Ship Finance Forum

Tuesday, 02 October 2012  |  Infomarine On Line

Wednesday, 17 October 2012, Athens Ledra Marriott

Join us - and hear the news and views of Greece’s top shipping companies...

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LGO agree to acquire BOLT deep rights

LGO agree to acquire BOLT deep rights

Friday, 28 November 2014  |  user64

LGO has signed a further agreement with Beach Oilfield Limited (BOLT) concerning the acquisition of BOLT's deep petroleum rights in the

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Trident Alliance Boosts Ranks

Thursday, 27 November 2014  |  Aggregator

Fourteen more shipping companies have joined Trident Alliance,the shipping industry initiative for robust enforcement of maritime sulphur regulations, with some of Germany’s and Denmark’s prominent shipping companies joining its ranks together with new members from Chile, Greece, The Netherlands, Sweden, Norway and Belgium. The latest addition, whi...

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Shipyards Directory

LOŠINJSKA PLOVIDBA - BRODOGRADILIŠTE d.o.o.

LOŠINJSKA PLOVIDBA - BRODOGRADILIŠTE d.o.o.

Wednesday, 22 October 2014  |  Infomarine On-Line

The shipyard of the "Lošinjska plovidba" has got a modern equipped workshops, operative docks and highly qualified perso...

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Piracy News

Piracy in Africa - The Economist

Piracy in Africa - The Economist

Thursday, 27 November 2014  |  Aggregator


The Economist

Piracy in Africa
The Economist
Just a few years ago the most dangerous waters in the world were off the coast of Somalia . But piracy there has fallen dramatically. It is more than two years since Somali pirates last successfully boarded a ship. At their peak in 2011, attacks were ...
EU votes to keep protecting aid to Somalia from pirates ...

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