Norway’s maritime cluster can take advantage of its technological capabilities amid tightening environmental regulations and continued digitalisation, some industry officials hope.
Tech-focused Norwegian cluster riding out of downturn with ability to harness business opportunities related to ferries, expedition cruiseships and fishboats
The [car carrier] orderbook is at an all-time low of below 3% but the segment has seen rates pressure for many, many years, and we believe rates are unsustainable and need to come up.
Class society’s maritime CEO talks about his worries for safety and disappointment over stalled reforms at IACS
But lenders will need to share their optimism if North Sea operators seeking to refinance vessels are to thrive
The US is the Oslo-listed chemical tanker and terminal owner's 'most important hub' for exports and imports, the company says
Norwegian owners benefit from the government’s efforts in cutting personal wealth tax—but a full repealing is unlikely
The big three Norwegian marine insurers are now providing a full range of cover to shipowner members and third parties
Full chain of operators, tonnage providers and banks means the country is set to remain a powerful player
Closer ties with EUKOR enhance fleet flexibility with grouping of assets, says Wallenius Wilhelmsen Ocean's Michael Hynekamp
Looking beyond the current bearish market conditions, Norwegian Car Carriers (NOCC) chief executive Olav Sollie says the next couple of years look bright for the sector where his company operates
Norwegian player builds 7,700-ceu ships in joint project with car giant Volkswagen and bunker supplier Shell
Green fuels of the future factored into operator's strategy as it orders hybrid LNG-powered ships
Hoegh Autoliners chief executive Ivar Hansson Myklebust says the Oslo-based company considered using LNG as a fuelling option for its last series of newbuildings and it is an option for its next order