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Polar Cruise Ships To Feature Rolls-Royce Green Tech

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November 24, 2016

Norwegian explorer cruise line Hurtigruten is to build two new expedition ships using a new and environmentally sustainable hybrid… Source: Polar Cruise Ships To Feature Rolls-Royce Green Tech

Maersk Supply Service sheds two more offshore vessels | Offshore Energy Today

Source: Maersk Supply Service sheds two more offshore vessels | Offshore Energy Today

Ballast Water Convention To Enter Into Force In 2017

Finland has acceded to the International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships’ Ballast Water and Sediments (BWM Convention)… Source: Ballast Water Convention To Enter Into Force In 2017

Maersk linked with taking over both Hanjin and HMM – Splash 247

Maersk Line, fresh from announcing plans to seek acquisitions rather than build new ships, is being linked as the white knight to swallow up South Korea’s two struggling leading liners, Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) and Hanjin Shipping. In an interview with Bloomberg David Kerstens, Jefferies’s transport analyst in London, commenting on acquisition targets for Maersk,… Read More ›

Maersk to Split Group Into Separate Transport, Energy Companies

A.P. Moeller-Maersk A/S said it will split into separate transport and energy businesses as Denmark’s biggest company moves ahead with an historic shake-up of the conglomerate. Source: Maersk to Split Group Into Separate Transport, Energy Companies

German banks count cost of global shipping crisis | Shipping Herald

German banks are struggling to recoup tens of billions of dollars of loans as a global shipping industry slump hits them hard.The lenders – among the biggest backers of shipowners over the past 20 years – are behind up to a quarter of the world’s $400 billion of outstanding shipping loans, three shipping financiers told… Read More ›

China Continues Using Fishing Fleets for Naval Presence

The thousands and thousands of fishing boats operating out of Chinas should be considered an arm of Beijing’s naval presence. Source: China Continues Using Fishing Fleets for Naval Presence

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