Combi Lift clinches deal for major Russian project
The Linde Group chose German heavy lift expert Combi Lift as its logistics partner for oversized and heavy lift cargo for the Gazprom Amur Gas Processing Plant Project. The entire scope involves transporting over 176,000 freight tonnes of cargo, ...
Singapore expands LNG bunkering·transhipment
Singapore LNG Corporation (SLNG) has recently succeeded in its first small scale LNG reload at the company's Jurong Island-based terminal. The works including the gas-up/cool-down and reload of LNG fuel were carried out by 'Cardissa', a...
Qatargas-Shell ink new LNG agreement
Qatargas, the World's Premier Liquefied Natural Gas Company, announced on June 18 that it signed a new Sale and Purchase Agreement (SPA) with Shell. Under the terms of the agreement, Qatargas will deliver up to 1.1 million tonnes of Liquefied Nat...
BIMCO-ISCO launch new spill response deals
BIMCO and International Spill Control Organisation (ISCO) have launched two new spill response contracts to make the task of arranging clean-up services following a spill incident significantly easier to negotiate in an emergency. The two stan...
Active Shipping's fleet moved to Sealink VSAT
Active Shipping is teaming up with Marlink and its regional partner Ozsay Satellite Communications to move into the world of high-speed maritime broadband and ship digitalisation. By installing Marlink’s Sealink Global VSAT service combined wit...
DNV GL opens fleet performance center
DNV GL announced on June 14 that it opened two digital fleet performance centres in Hamburg and Singapore to support their ECO Insight customers in monitoring and optimizing their fleets. Expert systems at the fleet performance centres are able t...
Sinochem brings DNV GL's fleet system
China’s Sinochem International Logistics, a leading chemical tanker owner and operator with 80 vessels, is implementing DNV GL’s data smart fleet management system ShipManager on the entire fleet, optimizing operations and improving performan...
Shipping losses continue to decline
Large shipping losses have declined by 50% over the past decade, largely driven by development of a more robust safety environment by ship-owners, according to Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty SE’s (AGCS) fifth annual Safety & Shipp...
Marine losses driving innovation in loss adjusting
Greater complexity in insured marine losses is leading to increasing innovation in loss adjusting, according to Cunningham Lindsey’s 2017 Major and Complex Loss Review. The annual report highlights many examples where increasing...
KR-HHI to carry out R&D project
The Korean Register of Shipping (KR) signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Hyundai Heavy Industries on June 8 for a joint R&D project to deal with international maritime restrictions. Environment regulation is the main the...
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