The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) commissioned the new firefighting vessel Red Sailfish into service on Tuesday, August 20.
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US-based Diamond S Shipping has agreed to sell its 2008-built MR product tankers Atlantic Aquarius (pictured) and Atlantic Leo as part of the company's fleet renewal initiatives.
Jianglong Shipbuilding has launched a new patrol boat for the China Maritime Safety Administration (CMSA).
Norden has been awarded a contract by US-based Enviva to transport 1.3 million to 1.5 million tonnes of wood pellets from the United States to Europe over a six-year period.
The Portuguese government has given its approval for expansion and infrastructure improvement works to be carried out at the country's first large artificial port in Sines.
United Shipbuilding Corporation's (USC) Admiralty Shipyard has commenced builder's trials of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, the first Project 636.3 or Improved Kilo-class diesel-electric submarine slated for the Russian Navy's Pacific Fleet.
A chemical leak had forced the evacuation of more than 200 people from a passenger vessel in the Port of Trelleborg in Sweden on Friday, August 16.
Local authorities in Turkey have permanently ceased all attempts to salvage and refloat a cargo ship that had run aground and become partially submerged near Istanbul in December of last year.
The US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has released its findings following an investigation into the 2018 capsizing of a fishing vessel that left one person dead and an estimated US$1.55 million in property damage.
August has seen the Swire Group, one of the oldest British owned shipping companies, in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons. Swire Pacific’s affiliate Cathay Pacific Airways has found itself caught between thousands of protestors seeking to close Hong Kong airport, demanding that the government change its policies, and the Chinese authorities, demanding that the company fire any of its employees who supported the demonstrations.