- PIRATES SEIZE TURKISH VESSEL OFF NIGERIA
- U.S. GULF OF MEXICO OIL, GAS PRODUCERS BEGIN RESTARTING AFTER BARRY
- TWO OFFICERS DIED ON BOARD OF LPG TANKER AT THE PORT IN SRI LANKA
- CARGO SHIP LCT EVELIA SANK IN EASTERN GULF OF GUINEA
- BRITISH NAVY FOILS IRANIAN ATTEMPT TO SEIZE TANKER
- DAMEN SIGNS MAINTENANCE CONTRACT WITH NETHERLANDS MINISTRY OF DEFENCE
- THE TURKISH DRILLSHIP YAVUZ HAS DRILLED OFF THE COAST OF NORTHERN CYPRUS
- MALAYSIA BANS SEA SAND EXPORTS
- SOUTH KOREA MAINTAINED THE TOP SPOT IN GLOBAL SHIPBUILDING ORDERS IN JUNE
- TURKISH SHIPOWNERS CHOOSE ALFA LAVAL
- RUSSIA BURIES NAVAL CREW KILLED IN NUCLEAR SUBMARINE FIRE
- CHINESE SPY WARSHIP HEADING TO AUSTRALIAN WATERS TO COLLECT INFORMATION
Pirates Seize Turkish Vessel Off NigeriaPirates have attacked a Turkish cargo ship off the coast of Nigeria, kidnapping six crew members.
Two officers died on board of LPG tanker at the port in Sri LankaA Liberian flagged LPG tanker GAS AEGEAN had to call Trincomalee port of Sri Lanka in the morning of Thursday, July 11 after two of its crew found dead on board.
British Navy foils Iranian attempt to seize tankerBritain urged Iran to "de-escalate the situation in the region" after the British Heritage, a Suezmax oil tanker operated by BP under an Isle of Man flag, was approached.
The Turkish drillship Yavuz has started to drill off the coast of Northern CyprusTurkey's second drillship will begin drilling for oil and natural gas in the Eastern Mediterranean within a week, according to the energy and natural resources minister on Saturday.
Malaysia bans sea sand exportsMalaysia announced that it had banned the export of sea sand last year over environmental concerns, as it downplayed a report suggesting the move was aimed at throttling neighbouring Singapore’s vast reclamation plans.
South Korea maintained the top spot in global shipbuilding orders in JuneSouth Korea maintained the top spot in global shipbuilding orders for the second straight month last month, industry data showed Tuesday.
Turkish Shipowners choose Alfa LavalTurkish Shipowners Ballast Water Treatment (BWT) Group has signed a fleet agreement for Alfa Laval PureBallast 3 systems, valued at approximately SEK 210 million.
Chinese spy warship heading to Australian waters to collect informationThe Defence Force is closely tracking a high-tech Chinese spy ship as it makes its way towards Queensland coast.
Joyce Krane Moves into Maritime SectorThe family business Joyce Krane from Karratha recently ordered an LHM 280 Mobile Harbour Crane. The well-known Australian heavy lift and logistic company has been a Liebherr customer of mobile cranes for many years and is now opting for its first Liebherr
Wind propulsion a realistic choice toward decarbonisationIn an exclusive interview with SAFETY4SEA, Mr. Gavin Allwright, Secretary of the International Windship Association (IWSA), mentions that industry has realized wind propulsion is a realistic choice for a more sustainable future and refers to the existing
Welcome to the Future of Shipping – Follow the Wind at SMM 2018The shipping industry is now set on a serious decarbonisation course and the search is on for credible, viable and cost-effective solutions to meet the IMO’s initial strategy challenge to peak GHG emissions from international shipping as soon as possible
CSSC welcomes continued expansion of new marine service businessChina State Shipbuilding Corporation Limited (CSSC) has welcomed the rapid growth of its exclusive marine equipment service platform, CSSC Marine Service Co.,Ltd, (CMS), during its first twelve months of trading.
Liebherr has won an order to deliver a heavy lift craneLiebherr-MCCtec Rostock GmbH has been awarded the contract by the Oslo-based company Offshore Heavy Transport (OHT) and China Merchants Heavy Industry (CMHI) to deliver a heavy lift crane for a new generation semi-submersible offshore windfarm foundation