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Maltese Government urged to lobby for stricter air-quality controls

Malta-registered ships produce nearly 200 kilotons of emissions annually As Malta has one of the world’s largest registries of heavy polluting ships, a veteran scientist...

Tank Storage Asia announces key speakers

Speakers will discuss key challenges and opportunities faced within the industry The latest safety regulations in Singapore, the IMO 2020 Sulphur fuel cap, an overview of developments affecting the tank...

220 Ships Were Scrapped During Second Quarter of 2018 Says Shipbreaking Platform

There were a total of 220 ships broken in the second quarter of 2018. Of these, 169 ships were sold to the beaches of...

China’s COSCO orders ships with option for dual fuel operation ahead of 2020

China COSCO Shipping Energy and COSCO Shipping Bulk have ordered new builds with engines that allow for conversion to dual-fuel operation to prepare for...

Maritime security in the 21st century

IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim has highlighted the Organization’s work and response to a changing maritime security landscape. Speaking at the ‘Maritime security in the...

KDB chief hopes Daewoo Shipbuilding workers will not strike

The head of the state-run Korea Development Bank (KDB) said Tuesday he hopes workers of Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., which was buoyed...

Trump’s War of Words With Iran Shines Spotlight on Vital Oil Route

The war of words between U.S. President Donald Trump and his counterpart in Iran over oil exports and sanctions is shining a spotlight on...

Trade disputes threaten US ethanol exports

Escalating trade disputes threaten to disrupt US ethanol exports, even as lower corn prices strengthen profit margins. US ethanol producers have become increasingly reliant on...

3D Printing Revolutionises The Maritime Sector

Similar to the automotive and aerospace industries, the maritime sector has no choice but to embrace the complex topic of additive manufacturing. SMM is...
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Free trade agreement between European Union and Japan: Repercussions for the Port of Hamburg?

The European Union (EU) has signed its largest-ever free trade agreement. This aims to boost the economies of the EU and Japan. For instance,...