"Solid financial situation"

Naval Group achieves a record level of orders

French global defense contractor Naval Group has had a 3 billion euros of order intake in 2019, +44% compared to 2018, including 3 billion internationally, taking the order book to 15 billion euros

Purchases have more than doubled

South Korea's thirst for U.S. crude to keep growing in 2020

South Korea is on track to overtake Canada as the top buyer of U.S. crude oil in 2020 as a mix of steep price discounts to alternative supplies, attractive refining economics and rebates on shipping charges prove too good to resist for big refiners

L'interrogatorio al comandante

Traffico sospetto di armi, quattro nuovi indagati

Nuovi sviluppi nell'inchiesta sulla nave Bana, il cargo libanese sospettato di avere trasportato armi e cingolati dalla Turchia alla Libia per rifornire l'esercito del governo nazionale libico

Cargo volume

Port of New York surpasses Long Beach

During 2019, the port handled 5,231,418 loaded TEUs, surpassing the loaded imports handled by the Port of Long Beach, elevating the port to No. 2 in the nation for the first time in two decades

Wuhan

Passengers face two weeks on virus-hit cruise ship off Japan

Around 3,700 people are facing at least two weeks locked away on a cruise liner anchored off Japan after health officials confirmed on Wednesday that 10 people on the ship had tested positive for coronavirus and more cases were possible

Minus 104 million dollars

Samsung Heavy's Q4 net losses widen

Samsung Heavy Industries Co., a major shipyard in South Korea, had its net losses widened in the fourth quarter from a year earlier due to one-off costs