With Indonesia and Morocco ratifying and Finland about to, the IMO says stalled convention could be in force in November 2016
- Indonesia and Morocco sign ballast water management convention
- Finland to become 45th signatory of the ballast water convention
- Maximising efficiency: time to reach some conclusions
Industry cut total CO2 emissions by more than 10% between 2007 and 2012Shipping emissions 'could comprise 17% of...
Total number of ratifications now totals 46 flag states representing an estimated...Finland to become 45th signatory of the...
White House nominates Daniel Maffei as successorLidinsky takes a look at box line alliances —...
Association moves to help stamp out illegal payments in shippingOcean protection a matter of life and death, says Sasakawa
Industry veteran calls for unified global body to protect seas for future generations
Class report 2015
A data-driven look at class performance and development
Increase in containers stored on docks has made it harder to deliver them quickly, port boss says
- Long Beach pushes ahead of Los Angeles
- Long Beach volumes bounce back
- Pacific ports winning the battle for transpacific trade
CEO Erik Hånell calls for clarity from the courts on messy OW Bunker fall-out
In October, 1,500 delegates gathered at the Arctic Circle Conference in Iceland to discuss the northern sea route. How realistic is the concept, what are its benefits and pitfalls and what rules will govern the route?
Counterparty due diligence in respect to terrorism and human rights issues must be maintained, while restrictions are still in place with regard to 'US persons'
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528 (12) Baltic Dry Index
Discussing young seafarers in the industry and is shipping still an 'old...
The Intelligence, edition three
Monthly take on the business of shipping