“Britain must avoid a no-deal Brexit”
CMA CGM will not use the Northern Sea Route
Britain and South Korea sign post-Brexit treaty
Citigroup’s new shipping finance chairman to deepen environmental focus
Boskalis’s results tainted by offshore projects
ColReg, liability for collision between ships and autonomous navigation / ANALYSIS
“Heavy oil dominates cruise propulsion technology”
Pirates kidnap 8 crew members

Pirates kidnap 8 crew members

Hamburg - German shipping company MC Schiffahrt informs that its vessel MarMalaita “was attacked by pirates ...on the anchorage of Douala in Cameroon.”

MAN and SHI sign a deal to digitize engines
Kongsberg  strikes South Korea’s ship deal

Kongsberg strikes South Korea’s ship deal

Asker (Norway) - The South Korean Information and Communication Technology Promotion Agency has awarded Kongsberg Digital the contract to supply a bridge simulator for a new, autonomous ship research facility

World’s largest container ship ends first voyage
Drought threatens Europe’s main waterway
Titanic shipyard to file for insolvency

Titanic shipyard to file for insolvency

Belfast - Harland and Wolff, the Belfast shipyard that built the Titanic, was put into administration on Monday after its bankrupt Norwegian owner failed to find a buyer and calls for its nationalization were rebuffed

Germany not to take part in U.S. mission in Strait of Hormuz
Rotterdam to boost rail-freight service

Rotterdam to boost rail-freight service

Rotterdam - APM Terminals Maasvlakte II plans to raise to 14 times a week the frequency of its 5-times per week rail freight service between Rotterdam terminal and Venlo, a key logistics hub on the Dutch-German border

First hybrid-system for LNG tanker in Italy
Germany’s “largest ever cocaine shipment”
Ryanair to return €8.5 million of illegal State aid
Hormuz, shipping industry urges immediate action

Hormuz, shipping industry urges immediate action

Brussels - Following the seizure of the oil tanker “Stena Impero” on 19 July, the International Chamber of Shipping, the European Community Shipowners’ Associations and the Asian Shipowners’ Association urge immediate action by the international community

Yilport signs 49-year concession for Taranto
Croatian government to help shipyard resume operations
Cargotec acquires the marine and offshore businesses of TTS
Tokyo and Paris cooperate for port safety
EU approves support for Croatian LNG terminal
Portugal towards massive port expansion
A lot of noise for nothing? / ANALYSIS

A lot of noise for nothing? / ANALYSIS

The compensation limit referred to in art. 22 of the Montreal Convention in the application of the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice and the Court of Cassation.By ASLA - Associazione degli Studi Legali Associati

Flags of inconvenience: noose tightens around Iranian shipping
Hamburg starts river’s dredging
Stena Bulk says it spoke to seized tanker’s crew, all safe and well
Fincantieri reports rise in first half core profit
Keppel shipyard launches Italian designed gas carrier
Britain seeks European maritime mission to counter Iran’s “piracy”
First Australia’s built vessel for Naviera
French court rejects claim over 1994 Estonian ferry disaster
UK calls seizure of ship a “hostile act”, Iran releases video of capture
Amsterdam uses drones to inspect ships
COSCO starts new service with Hapag-Lloyd and ONE
ONE: Genoa receives its first magenta ship

ONE: Genoa receives its first magenta ship

Genoa - When it reached port she was hard to miss.Ocean Network Express’ (ONE) “Blue Jay” is the first magenta-colored container ship to call at the port of Genoa. The 360-meter long, 14,000 TEU ship, which set off from Asia, was docked this week at PSA Terminal’s Pra quay

Weaker scrubber demand takes shine off Alfa Laval’s results
Aida wants to be emission-neutral by 2023
U.S. releases MSC vessel seized with 20 tons of cocaine
Damen chooses Wärtsilä’s propulsion solution
Turkey says EU funding cuts will not affect its drilling off Cyprus
European gas prices exceed Asian spot LNG

European gas prices exceed Asian spot LNG

London - European gas hub prices have risen above the price of liquefied natural gas (LNG) on the Asian spot market in a rare occurrence that largely rules out arbitrage of LNG cargoes from the Atlantic to the Pacific basins

Hapag-Lloyd offers new African service
Piraeus Bank explores Asiatic partnership
“Diversity and inclusion improve companies revenue” / INTERVIEW
ONE takes over a new 14,000 TEUs ship

ONE takes over a new 14,000 TEUs ship

Singapore - The Japanese container shipping company Ocean Network Express, ONE, has announced the delivery of the 14,000 TEU containership “ONE Cygnus” at Japan Marine United Corporation’s shipyard at Kure, Hiroshima

“Italy is defaulting on nuclear waste” says EU Court
UnipolSai bets on renewables

UnipolSai bets on renewables

Bologna - Italian insurance group Unipol increases its commitment on the renewable energy sector and creates Unipolsai Energia, it is announced from company’s headquarter. Up to 2018, Unipol has invested 326 million euros in funds and investments to implement the UN 2030 agenda for sustainable development