China’s shipbuilding giant charts new course

Dalian - Dalian Shipbuilding Industry Company (DSIC), one of the largest shipbuilding companies in the country, is charting a new course to overcome decline in global demand.


German Dry Docks Group: Shipyard alliance of GDD, BREDO and Mützelfeldwerft

London - The aim is to harmonize the business segments with a cross-site dock planning. Customers of all three companies will benefit from the common higher flexibility and dock capacity.


Iran parliament stresses foreign investment in five-year economic plan

Teheran - The plan lets the government arrange up to an average of $30 billion of foreign financing each year, in addition to $15 billion of annual direct foreign investment in Iran, and up to $20 billion of foreign investment conducted with local partners.


BiLOG - Logistics and Maritime Forum: European trends and Regional perspectives

BiLOG - “Logistics and Maritime Forum, European trends and Regional perspectives” came to life thanks to an idea developed by the Port System Authority of the Eastern Ligurian Sea and the City of Piacenza following the signing of a memorandum of understanding to promote operational ties and planning coordination


“Lifeboat management, more training needed”

Genoa - An experimental course in Genoa. An initiative in response to the alarm raised by IMO and the accident on the Harmony of the Seas.

Luigi Merlo joins the MSC Group
Insurance gaps leave shipping exposed to growing cyber threats
Fincantieri to upgrade P61, an offshore patrol vessel of the armed forces of Malta
General offer by Fincantieri Oil & Gas for Vard shares
HMM to hire Hanjin staff

HMM to hire Hanjin staff

Seoul - On January 11, Hyundai Merchant Marine announced that it determined to initially employ 131 of Hanjin’s workforce including onshore, offshore, overseas staffs and ship managers.