Australia’s New Antarctic Icebreaker Floated

Damen Shipyards Galati has undertaken the float-out of Australia’s new Antarctic icebreaker, RSV Nuyina. The procedure was achieved by raising the water level in the yard’s dry dock by six metres; a process taking two days to complete. Once afloat, the vessel was manoeuvred 250 metres to a quayside berth where the ongoing construction and
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Rates for 270,000mt, from the Middle East Gulf to both China and Singapore, were marginally firmer at WS 56.5/57.5, and a US Gulf-bound cargo to the US Gulf done at WS 20 Cape/Cape, but now assessed at WS 21.5. West Africa to China gained two points to WS 57, basis 260,00mt, US Gulf to South
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As a part of port modernisation and infrastructure development, a casket of new developmental infrastructure was inaugurated recently by Mr Rinkesh Roy, Chairman, Paradip Port Trust (PPT). Launched was a Large Electronic Display Board at Biju Patnaik Park, Atharbanki and another one at the entrance of the Administrative Building, PPT. These will showcase the various
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PARADIP: As a part of Port Modernisation and infrastructure development, a casket of new developmental infrastructures have been inaugurated recently by Shri Rinkesh Roy, Chairman, PPT. He went and inaugurated Large Electronic Display Board at Biju Patnaik Park, Atharbanki and another one at the entrance of Administrative Building, PPT. These will showcase various functions of
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GANDHIDHAM : A Tug M.T. Krittika, 50 tonnes Bollard Pull, built by Hindustan Shipyard Ltd., Vishakhapatnam, at a cost of Rs.45.60 crores, arrived at the Deendayal Port. The acceptance trials of the Tug were successfully carried out on 17th Sept 2018. By induction of the new Tug, the strength of fleet of floating crafts would
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With the growing relevance of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) as a sustainable alternative to oil and other fossil fuels, Sembcorp Marine, ABS and A*STAR’s Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) are teaming up to develop new technologies, applications and capabilities in the offshore, marine and energy sectors that will advance the adoption of LNG as
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Container shipping company Maersk Line has announced a new system of bunker charges for its customers to reflect higher fuel costs as the International Maritime Organization’s global sulfur emission limit drops to 0.5%. The company will impose its new bunker adjustment factor (BAF) from the start of next year, replacing its current standard bunker adjustment
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The U.S. is reaching out to China for a new round of trade talks, in an effort to give Beijing another opportunity to address Washington’s concerns over trade issues before the Trump administration implements additional tariffs on Chinese imports, according to people briefed on the matter. Senior U.S. officials, led by Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin,
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HONG KONG : OOCL is pleased to introduce new Asia – East Africa products, namely the Asia–East Africa Service 1 (EAX1), Asia–East Africa Service 2 (EAX2), Asia–East Africa Service 3 (EAX3) and Asia–East Africa Service 4 (EAX4) from September 2018.  The new products will provide customers with competitive and reliable services between the Far East
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With focus to expand its business network in the East African market and to meet the growing demand for quality services in this region, OOCL has introduced new Asia – East Africa products, namely, the Asia–East Africa Service 1 (EAX1), Asia–East Africa Service 2 (EAX2), Asia–East Africa Service 3 (EAX3) and Asia–East Africa Service 4
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