Shipping is part of the solution for Greece, not the problem

What now for the country’s shipowners as voters shock Europe with ‘No’ vote?

Greece’s shipping industry is facing a prolonged period of anxiety over its place in its homeland after a Greek referendum that has intensified speculation about the country’s potential exit from the...

Seaman Guard Ohio crew face further wait for trial

SEVERAL dozen seafarers forbidden to leave India for 625 days while awaiting trial could face a further six-month delay prior to appearing before a court, the Mission to Seafarers has warned

Iran poses risk to VLCC tonne miles

Iran's prices will be key for Asian customers choosing Iranian crude over cargoes from further afield such as West Africa

First valemax visits Qingdao after Beijing lifts ban

China Ore Shipping hails age of the mega ship open for China’s bulk ports

Evergreen to book ten 2,800 teu ships at Imabari, CSBC

Evergreen has approved plans to order ten 2,800 teu ships

FSL wins new time charters for three tankers

FIRST Ship Lease Trust has struck a deal which is expected to generate up to $61m revenue over the next three years

Antwerp boosts China focus

Antwerp establishes taskforces to boost trade with China

Portland breaks its freight record, again!

Portland ships $2bn in exports and breaks tonnage record for the fourth consecutive year

May exports up significantly for NSW and Vic

Vic and NSW performed their best in months this May while mining states shipped 60% of Australia’s total exports

North European imports to fall

Trade demand does not reflect the same growth as improvements in basic econometric data, says analyst