ITF takes steps after vessel is detained with multiple faults
- MOL ore carrier seized in China over unpaid wartime compensation
- Industry viewpoint: Charterers may have to pay hire on the arrest of their chartered vessel
- Shagang arrests HNA crude tanker
Be careful where your ship is wrecked from April 2015 as new regulations have...Nairobi Wreck Removal Convention is one step...
Parliament reverts to move towards a global means to measure shipping CO2 emissionsAmended European proposals for CO2 monitoring...
English Court of Appeal rules on NYK Bulkship versus Cargill InternationalLegal grey area for lines as Brussels opens...
International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea finds for Guinea-Bissau and PanamaSekimizu heads to Siberia
Shipping minister Hammond hints that the concession scheme will change
US criticises cruise lines’ poor record in reporting onboard crimes
Government body says many firms fail to maintain video surveillance
Amendments face approval vote for inclusion in MLC at next International Labour Conference in June
- ILO stands by labour convention’s shipowner definition
- What is the Maritime Labour Convention?
- We should take pride in MLC
MEPC agreement will see staged approach to NOx tier III regions
Does the new flurry of orders mean that VLCC may soon stand for Very Large Crisis Coming?/ll/images/pollbar.png;jsessionid=0225D28C809C42032BF8F3841DB2C301
1002 (-27) Baltic Dry Index
Hong Kong government to mandate low-sulphur fuel switch in 2015
First Asian port to regulate vessel emissions
France debates legalising private maritime security firms
National Assembly set to discuss transport minister’s Bill next month
China approves domestic LNG shipping operations
Demand in fledgling market is ‘very limited’
"Free to read: Shipping’s Letter from America " Alexander MacInnes