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Panama Canal turns 100

Panama Canal turns 100

The Panama Canal turns 100 this week and is celebrating a century of operations connecting the world.

Meyer rescues Turku and plots a positive future

Meyer rescues Turku and plots a positive future

John Pagni examines what the sale of STX’s Turku yard to Meyer Werft will mean for Finland’s shipbuilding industry “Turku thanks Meyer!” blared the fron...

Ingalls christens fifth National Security Cutter

Ingalls christens fifth National Security Cutter

Ingalls Shipbuilding has recently christened the National Security Cutter-class (NSC) vessel ‘James’.

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Panama Canal turns 100

Panama Canal turns 100

The Panama Canal turns 100 this week and is celebrating a century of operations connecting the world.

Maersk releases quarterly figures

Maersk releases quarterly figures

The Maersk Group has posted its quarterly figures for the second quarter of 2014, announcing a satisfactory result for the first half of the year....

Brazil and Japan announce shipbuilding cooperation

Following a summit meeting held in Brazil in early August, Brazil's President Dilma Roussef and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe have jointly announced...

Cosco to build bulk carriers

Cosco's Zoushan Shipyard has inked a deal from an Asian buyer for the construction of two 64,000DWT bulk carriers. Each vessel is valued at over...

Billion-dollar bulker order for Jinhai

AMK Securities, a company listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange, has placed a large order with Chinese shipbuilder Jinhai Heavy Industry for up to...

Nordana places heavy lift order

USS ‘Constellation’ begins final voyage

Korean govt pledges to revitalise shipbuilding industry

GMS applauds moves towards responsible ship recycling

ABC Maritime to order four asphalt carriers

Samsung signs on to build giant container ships

BIMCO: China's July trade surplus largest ever

Norden posts disappointing quarterly results

Audacious open ocean ambush could be piracy “game changer”

BIMCO: Expanded canals mean better service to the shipping industry

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Grandweld delivers crew boats to Mexico [UPDATED]

Grandweld delivers crew boats to Mexico [UPDATED]

Grandweld Shipyards has successfully delivered two 42-metre aluminium crew boats to Mexico’s Cotemar.

Damen Sea Axe arrives in NZ for upgrade

Damen Sea Axe arrives in NZ for upgrade

New Zealand-based shipyard Oceania Marine has recently received the 51.3-metre Damen-built Sea Axe vessel ‘Umbra’ for major upgrades.

Tenth Ulstein PSV for Seatankers

Chinese shipbuilder Zhejiang has recently delivered the ‘Sea Surfer’, the tenth of twelve platform supply vessels (PSVs) designed by Ulstein for...

Crowley HDB helps launch ‘Montgomery’

Crowley Maritime’s Ocean-class tugb ‘Ocean Sky’ and heavy lift barge ‘455-4’ have provided support to shipbuilder Austal USA during the...

‘Belukha’ tug delivered to Russia

Russia’s State Commission has recently taken delivery of the special purpose tug ‘Belukha’.

Vard delivers PSV ‘Far Sygna’

Ingalls christens fifth National Security Cutter

Arctech receives triple icebreaker order

MT and Cosco to build Maersk subsea vessels

MAC/MAWEI multi-purpose vessel conducts sea trials

Rolls-Royce to design and equip stern trawler for Prestfjord Havfiske

Boskalis posts record profit in first half year

Nevsky launches multi-purpose salvage vessel

Fugro to conduct deepwater search for MH370

Tersan Shipyard to build PSV for Tidewater

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Fisheries improvement project developed for Greek fishery

Fisheries improvement project developed for Greek fishery

Fishery consultant MacAlister Elliott (MEP) is developing a Fisheries Improvement Project (FIP) for an Aegean sardine and anchovy fishery based in...

New report links aquaculture and poverty reduction

New report links aquaculture and poverty reduction

WorldFish, working together with the Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies, has exposed a correlation of aquaculture's to poverty reduction...

NZ Government passes fishing vessel re-flagging bill

New Zealand’s Government has passed an amendment bill which seeks to strengthen the regulation of foreign-owned commercial fishing vessels operating...

SETFIA slams proposed Tasmanian fishing vessel ban

Australia’s South East Trawl Fishing Industry Association (SETFIA) has rejected a motion under consideration by the Local Government Association...

EU-Morocco Fisheries Partnership Agreement to enter into force

The European Commission has welcomed Morocco’s ratification of a Fisheries Protocol which is set to open the door for European vessels to go back fishing...

NOAA opens shellfish research centre

Pingtan Marine announces fishing joint venture

Zamakona launches tuna vessel ‘Ljubica’

US govt announces aquaculture plan

Aquaculture booming in South Australia

Portugal bans trawling

Pingtan orders 25 fishing vessels

FAO report shows growth of aquaculture [INFOGRAPHIC]

Marketex to build “world’s biggest fish feeding barge”

Positive results for US fisheries sector