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Ship owned by Israeli firm attacked off UAE coast: media

A commercial vessel owned by an Israeli firm was attacked off the coast of the United Arab Emirates in Gulf waters, pro-Iran media and an Israeli television channel said on Tuesday. Israel’s top-rated Channel 12 quoted unnamed Israeli officials as...

Coming capacity wave may put brakes on near-term carrier profitability: analysts

Container lines are on track to be more profitable this year than last and stay in the black through 2022, but how demand measures up to a new wave of capacity due to be delivered starting 2023 will shape...

Lessors, carriers send new container orders soaring

China International Marine Containers (CIMC) saw a surge in dry freight container sales in the first quarter as carriers and leasing companies invested in new boxes to tackle a global equipment...

TANKERS: Americas Panamax freight set to hold at 11-month highs as tonnage list replenishes

Freight for the Americas interregional Panamax routes is poised to remain at highs not seen since May 2020, after a flurry of activity tightened the tonnage list the week ended April 9 and boosted freight for the 50,000 mt...

Consort Express Lines welcomes on board 14 new graduates

This month, Consort Express Lines welcomed the return of 14 newly certified Deck and Engine Officers, recently graduating from the Fiji Maritime Academy in Suva, Fiji. The company-sponsored officers obtained their Officer of the Watch certification after completing a...

Renewables potential for the Isles of Scilly

A year-long research programme will identify the potential for wave, tidal and floating wind technologies to be deployed around the Isles of Scilly.

Rock delivery escalates sea defence works

Thousands of tonnes of armour rock will arrive in a UK coastal city this month to form new primary sea defences.

Eco friendly CTV design aids efficiency

A next generation CTV design for the offshore wind market offers enhanced vessel capabilities with a reduced environmental footprint and hybrid drive options.

A new form of marine renewable energy technology?

European specialists claim that the latest generation ‘eco-membranes’ can turn osmotic energy into a bankable renewable power source for the first time in 50 years.

Akti Miaouli Newspaper – March 2021 Edition

The March 2021 edition of Akti Miaouli newspaper features a special analysis of the dry bulk market, focusing on S&P by sector and the dominance of Chinese owners in the secondhand market. Also in the March edition, an exclusive interview...


40 million euros earmarked for Klaipéda breakwaters

European marine construction specialists Herbosch-Kiere and Hecker Bau have signed a contract to reinforce port breakwaters at Klaipéda, Lithuania.