Monthly Archives: January 2018

Container Volumes to Keep on Rising

By |2018-01-18T14:07:53+00:00January 18th, 2018|International|

Singapore-based port administrator PSA International dealt with 9.8 percent more container volumes in 2017, contrasted with the earlier year. The organization recorded an aggregate of 74.24 million TEUs at its port undertakings around the globe for  December 31, 2017. PSA's leader office, PSA Singapore Terminals contributed 33.35 million TEUs, while terminals outside Singapore took care

Bunkering Operations Suspended

By |2020-02-25T17:35:06+00:00January 12th, 2018|International|

According to Global Service Maritime (GSM) and GAC, and due to suspicious infiltrations in Depositi Costieri Trieste, the company managing the bunker deposit in the port, all bunkering operations with place at Port of Trieste, Italy, have been suspended. Few months ago, the port authority requested an information report related to the anti-mafia law, as part of

Challenging Times for Tanker Owners

By |2018-01-10T16:11:20+00:00January 10th, 2018|International|

According to Gibson Shipbrokers, 2018 may be a very busy year, perhaps the busiest since 2010 when it comes to deliveries. For 2018, 40 million dwt of crude and product tankers (over 25,000 dwt) are expected to be delivered, compared to the 35.5 million of 2017. U.S. crude production is expected to average 775,000 b/d higher

MAN Cryo to supply LNG pipeline for Swedegas

By |2018-01-05T14:07:59+00:00January 5th, 2018|International|

MAN Diesel and Turbo's gas, and marine fuels and LNG manufacturer, MAN Cryo, secured a contract with Swedish infrastructure company Swedegas to supply a liquefied natural gas storage facility in the port of Gothenburg. This gas pipeline will provide a more flexible solution for LNG customers and suppliers and will be open to multiple suppliers.

China to Boost Cruise Ship Construction

By |2018-01-03T16:53:55+00:00January 3rd, 2018|International|

The Chinese government has made cruise shipbuilding its main target in its Made in China 2025 program, in order to take advantage of the $ 117 billion industry profitability with improvements to its domestic capacity, which is why Chinese shipbuilders are increasingly interested in being part of cruise shipbuilding, whose segment accounted for almost half