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All articles by Anagha Unnikrishnan

  1. Genting Hong Kong to acquire 70% stake in German shipbuilder Lloyd Werft

    Genting Hong Kong (GHK), parent company of Crystal Cruises, has signed an agreement to acquire Lloyd Werft, a shipbuilder in…
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    17 Sep
  2. Norway’s Green Coastal Shipping Programme selects five pilot projects

    The Norwegian authorities has joined forces with classification society DNV GL and 25 partners from the Norwegian maritime industry to…
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    17 Sep
  3. Bureau Veritas to class Danish operator Evergas’ ethane-powered ships

    Classification society Bureau Veritas is set to class the first ethane-powered ship, JS Ineos Insight. Being built by China’s Sinopacific…
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    16 Sep
  4. IUMI warns of impact on marine insurance sector due to large cargo losses

    The International Union of Marine Insurance (IUMI) cargo committee chairman Nick Derrick has cautioned that the marine insurance sector is…
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    15 Sep
  5. IMB calls for standardisation of global reporting to curb maritime crimes

    The International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has called for standardisation of global reporting to curb maritime crimes and protect seafarers. The…
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    15 Sep
  6. New safety study of Panama Canal locks commissioned

    The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) has selected Brazil-based Fundacao Homem de Mar (FHM) to assess the feasibility of maritime…
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    15 Sep
  7. Finnish ports set to close on 18 September

    Finland’s ports are set to be closed on 18 September as the Transport Workers Union (ATK) is planning to hold…
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    14 Sep
  8. Indian Government eases cabotage policy for special foreign vessels

    The Indian Shipping Ministry has revealed plans to ease cabotage law for a period of five years, in a bid…
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    14 Sep
  9. First remote-controlled ferry could be launched by 2020, says Rolls-Royce official

    Rolls-Royce Marine Innovation vice-president Oskar Levander has predicted that the first remote-controlled ferry demonstrator could be launched within the next…
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    14 Sep
  10. Deltamarin launches new DeltaLinx ferry design

    Finnish ship design firm Deltamarin has launched a new ferry design, DeltaLinx, to enable easy operations in small ports and…
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    13 Sep
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