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  • Ampelmann inks two new contracts in Asia Pacific

    Dutch ‘walk-to-work’ specilaist boosts Asian footprint with contracts in India and Indonesia.

    Offshore  tradewindsnews.com 34 minutes old Dale Wainwright

    'Paris MOU-turn' on data doesn’t go far enough

    I was happy to read that the Paris MOU is looking into reversing its decision to cut off its data feed. On the surface, this is a victory for maritime safety and security, and for common sense. ‘Serious threat’ to safety as Paris MOU pulls its data feed Paris MOU could backtrack over withholding access to bulk data Yet as your article makes clear, the Paris MOU is only “ready to consider” indiv

    Casualties  tradewindsnews.com 2 hours old Eric Martin

    Bellships begins search for new CEO

    Outgoing boss Muller says time has come for “others to take over the leadership” of the company.

    Dry cargo  tradewindsnews.com 2 hours old Dale Wainwright

    Tariff truce prompts speculation over US-China tanker trade

    China’s return to the US Gulf tanker market will boost longhaul VLCC demand, but total tonne miles might not increase much if the country reduces buying of other Atlantic barrels.

    Tankers  tradewindsnews.com 3 hours old Max Tingyao Lin

    Mardi Gras moniker is nod to Carnival’s first ‘fun ship’

    Carnival Cruise Line is winding the clock back almost 50 years by naming its largest ever vessel the Mardi Gras. The Miami-based cruise giant revealed the name on US TV game show Wheel of Fortune. Is bigger always better when you are on a ship that feels like a city? Meyer Turku in Finland will deliver the 180,000-gt, XL-class newbuilding in 2020, which has been named in what Carnival Cruise Li

    Passenger ships  tradewindsnews.com 10 hours old On Watch

    New management team to drive chartering giant Hanseatic Unity

    Shareholders ring the changes at one of the world’s largest container tonnage providers

    Liner  tradewindsnews.com 10 hours old Ian Lewis

    Good times roll again — but how long can clean tanker revival last?

    As the sector benefits from rising demand and freight rate strength, owners enjoying the festive feeling can only hope it is the gift that keeps on giving

    Tankers  tradewindsnews.com 10 hours old Terry Macalister

    Maersk set to build alliances, not merely cut carbon

    World’s biggest container shipping group has set an ambitious decarbonisation target but acknowledges it will need collective endeavour to get there

    Liner  tradewindsnews.com 10 hours old Julian Bray

    Offen and MSC team up on installing hybrid scrubbers

    Nine 14,000-teu ships to be fitted with environmentally-friendly scrubbers after agreeing chunky charter extensions with Swiss liner operator

    Liner  tradewindsnews.com 10 hours old Ian Lewis

    Kumiai Navigation orders bulker duo at Nacks and Dacks

    Singapore shipowner books newbuildings against long-term charters

    Dry cargo  tradewindsnews.com 10 hours old Irene Ang