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June 15, 2022

Cruise industry leaders convening in Genoa at the industry's first European Summit devoted to the decarbonisation of cruise have called on governments to join in...
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June 15, 2022

Ship-owners that invested in pollution-reducing equipment to let them burn dirtier fuel are enjoying massive discounts due to a supply glut. (more…)
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June 15, 2022

The Baltic Exchange’s main sea freight index rebounded on Tuesday after touching a near two-month low in the previous day as rates rose for the...
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June 14, 2022

Shipping’s global regulator ruled that vessels must slash the sulfur content of fuel used for voyages in the Mediterranean Sea, as part of wider efforts...
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June 14, 2022

The Baltic Exchange’s main sea freight index extended its retreat on Monday, touching a near two-month low as vessel segments dipped. (more…)
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June 13, 2022

Europe needs to understand the strategic importance of Greek shipping as the owner of 59% of the EU fleet, especially in times when shipping can...
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CLIA

June 10, 2022

With the 27th Posidonia welcoming the global maritime community back to Athens after four years, focusing on the "hot" issues of energy transition, the green...
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China port operators

June 10, 2022

China’s exports grew at a double-digit pace in May, shattering expectations in an encouraging sign for the world’s second biggest economy, as factories restarted and...
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June 10, 2022

The Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) has published a new report, commissioned by Maritime UK, highlighting the major impact the industry makes on...
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IMO Council

June 10, 2022

At least five more countries now support aligning the IMO’s climate goals with the Paris Agreement. The Cook Islands, Mexico, Myanmar, Colombia and Malaysia publicly...
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epa05142254 The Starla, an Iranian large crude oild tanker with a cargo-carrying capacity of 317,000 dead weight tons, is moored at a buoy of South Korea' largest oil refiner SK Energy off Ulasan, South Korea's southeast coast, 04 February 2016. It marks the second time an Iranian crude oil carrier has made a call at a South Korean port since 17 January, when the international community lifted most economic sanctions against the Middle East country.  EPA/YONHAP SOUTH KOREA OUT

June 9, 2022

A Greek court on Wednesday overturned an earlier court ruling that allowed the confiscation by the United States of part of a cargo of Iranian...
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June 9, 2022

The Baltic Exchange’s main sea freight index extended losses to hit a more than one-month low on Wednesday, pressured by lower rates across all vessel...
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Kalogiratos

June 8, 2022

Capital Product Partners, an international owner of ocean-going vessels, announced (more…)
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June 8, 2022

The Baltic Exchange’s main sea freight index hit a more than one-month low on Tuesday, hurt by lower rates across vessel segments. (more…)
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June 7, 2022

Shipowners are struggling to know what trades are still legal as a raft of sanctions against Russia and tough measures on other countries including Iran...
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