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Jan 23, 2016

Infographic: Piracy and Crime Increase in 2015

UK’s maritime intelligence and operations company Dryad Maritime has released its analysis of worldwide reported incidents of piracy and crime against mariners for 2015. Southeast…

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Jan 22, 2016

BIMCO: 40m of Dry Bulk Tonnage to Be Scrapped in 2016

Dry bulk shipping capacity of 40 million DWT will be sold for demolition during 2016, making this year the busiest year on record for shipbreaking, according to BIMCO’s forecasts.…

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Jan 22, 2016

The Netherlands Ordered to Scrap Tax Breaks for Its Seaports

The European Commission has required the Netherlands to abolish an exemption from corporate tax for its six seaports so as to align the regime with EU state aid rules. The Commission…

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Jan 22, 2016

Spotted: Siem Daya 2 Powers Up at Kristiansand

Image Courtesy: Port of Kristiansand In today’s article we spotted for you Siem’s offshore support vessel Siem Daya 2 taking a breather in snow-clad Norway. The offshore…

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Jan 21, 2016

Vroon Adds Vessel Duo from Cosco Guangdong

Image Courtesy: Vroon Dutch shipping company Vroon has taken delivery of the fifth in a line of seven livestock carriers being built for the company by the Chinese Cosco Guangdong…

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Jan 21, 2016

Interview: Rotterdam Dockworker Crisis Could Be Cleared by End of March 2016

A solution to the dockworker crisis in Rotterdam could be found by the end of March, according to FNV Havens’ Secretary, Niek Stam, as unions and employers return to the…

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Jan 21, 2016

OHT Leaving Oakland, Port Working to Blunt Shutdown’s Impact

One of Port of Oakland’s biggest tenants Outer Harbor Terminal (OHT) is leaving the port in March terminating a 50-year lease. The reason behind the deal termination has not…

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Jan 20, 2016

Time for Offshore Energy Companies to Diversify

Companies serving the offshore energy sector must accept that crude oil prices are not going to bounce back anytime soon and look to diversify into other market areas in the same way…

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Jan 20, 2016

Australia’s Tugboat Strikes Delay 15 Ships in Port Adelaide

At least 15 ships were delayed at the Port of Adelaide due to nationwide strikes on board Svitzer Australia’s tugs that continued this week, South Australia’s port operator …

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Jan 19, 2016

Spotted: World’s First Ice-Breaking LNG Carrier

Image Courtesy: DSME South Korea-based shipyard DSME has floated out the world’s first ice-breaking liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier constructed for Russian shipping…

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