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Pirate Skiffs Surround Crude Oil Tanker in Arabian Sea  (25/12)

A number of pirate skiffs have surrounded a crude oil tanker in a latest incident reported in the Arabian Sea, according to piracy watchdog ReCAAP.

ONE, PSA to Form JV Container Terminal in Singapore  (25/12)

Ocean Network Express (ONE) and PSA Singapore (PSA) have unveiled their plans to form a joint venture company based at Pasir Panjang Terminal in Singapore.

HMM to Take 50 Pct Stake in Busan Terminal  (25/12)

South Korean shipping company Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) is on track with its plans to acquire 50 ownership in the Hyundai Pusan New-Port Terminal that was sold off in 2016 as part of its restructuring.

MOL, Partners Look Into Automatic Prevention of Collisions  (25/12)

Japan’s shipping major Mitsui O.S.K. Lines is looking into advanced navigation support system with the aim of preventing collisions as part of its voyage towards autonomous shipping.

In Depth: Three Key Ship Types to Watch in 2019  (25/12)

There are three major ship types to keep a close eye on in 2019, based on what has transpired this year.

Court Confirms USD 1.8 Bn Prestige Oil Spill Compensation  (25/12)

Spain’s Supreme Court in Madrid upheld the ruling that the insurer and the captain of the Prestige oil tanker are to pay EUR 1.6 billion (USD 1.8 billion) in compensation.

FMC will standardize language for detention, demurrage fees  (18/12)

Dive Brief: The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) will standardize language used to apply to detention and demurrage fees, according to a press release.

Intermodal Growth Starting to Pay Off with Inland Ports’ Development  (18/12)

According to new JLL research, a looming capacity shortage in the trucking industry, coupled with rail’s high efficiency, is causing logistics suppliers and transportation providers to turn their focus to intermodal for their supply chain solutions.

In Depth: Three Key Ship Types to Watch in 2019  (18/12)

There are three major ship types to keep a close eye on in 2019, based on what has transpired this year.

Interview: How Smart Are Your Ships?  (18/12)

Becoming “smart” in the shipping industry has been a hot topic over the recent period as the rise of technology promises to unlock numerous benefits, ranging from cost cutting to improved productivity and effectiveness.

Maersk Line now allows instant booking (5/11)
FedEx set to acquire Manton Air-Sea Pty Ltd. (22/10)
Sweden’s New Hybrid Icebreaking Tug Launched (11/10)
Maersk to Test Its First Arctic Shipping Route (12/9)
Port of Long Beach Sees Cargo Dip (12/9)
Stena Line introduces first AI-assisted vessel (12/9)
CSCL starts new direct service from Vietnam to Europe (22/10)
Carriers seek rate hikes in Asia-Europe, as consumer demand picks up (21/6)
Seaspan acquires 10,000-TEUer for Med to Far East-USWC service (21/6)
P3 rejection sends European carriers, ports scrambling (20/6)
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