MCA and Chamber satisfied with safety record, but RMT expresses concern
- UK waters buck trend as shipping gets safer
- Evergreen's Storey warns of risks to UK of declining flag
- Boardley steps up pressure for MCA reform
UK Court of Appeal brings relief to charterers in safe port claimsJapan: two more vessels grounded
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Customs say boat was carrying 17-18 illegal immigrants from mainland ChinaFerry casualty near Dhaka claims at least 68 lives
South Korean government to provide $113m financing to meet voters' raised expectations of maritime safety
A look at how innovation and technology is making shipping better
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599 (3) Baltic Dry Index
Lloyd's List at CMA 2015
News and analysis from this year's event
What Shell looks for in a vessel
Henderson sheds light on Shell's vetting practices
Is NOL ripe for merger – again?
The pared-down Singapore line suddenly looks like a good prospect for another hungry line