In its latest sustainability report, shipping giant Maersk hit out at the ongoing...
QinetiQ has reinstated its Two Tonne Shock Table (2TMC), allowing customers to use it along with with the Deck Shock Machine, restoring the capability.
In its latest sustainability report, shipping giant Maersk hit out at the ongoing corruption in the maritime sector, criticising “an environment where facilitation payments and extortion are common occurrences”. What forms does corruption take at sea and how is the industry fighting it?
Turkey recently announced the route for Kanal Istanbul, a planned artificial channel between the Black Sea and the Sea of Marmara. While it promises to bring huge economic advantages to the country, environmentalists are putting up a fight, claiming it could cause an ecological disaster.
Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) has secured a $370m contract to construct two 174,000m³ liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers.
Sulzer has entered into an agreement with Renova for the transfer of ownership of five million Sulzer shares, aiming to minimise disruption to business.
Iran has allowed India to take over part of the strategic Chabahar Port, allowing the country to bypass Pakistan to reach markets in Afghanistan and Central Asia. The long-awaited deal is expected to enhance regional connectivity, but geopolitical challenges remain.
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