$1m ecoship retrofit can save $40m loan, says DNV GL

Argument now settled in favour of design improvements, argues Hubner

An ecoship retrofit costing just US$1m can be enough to stop a US$40m loan going under, and German banks have arm twisted some clients to make exactly that change, according to the global head of...

Merger of Fredriksen's Frontlines edges closer as bond is repaid

Frontline to repay bond now, freeing it up to merge with Frontline 2012 to create newest tanker giant

Steve Cox to head-up Adelaide box terminal

Port announces appointment of new general manager for Flinders Adelaide Container Terminal

Pan Ocean announces rehabilitation plan changes

Korean shipping company will submit a revised rehabilitation plan to the Korean Court this week

New president of NYK vows to focus more on logistics business

Japanese giant to become 'integrated logistics company' rather than operator of boxships, Naito says in inauguration speech

Owners draw a line in the sand to refuse dud deals

Bunker price rise has added to the challenges facing capesize owners and operators

Ex-Maersk man takes the helm at Evergas

Steffen Jacobsen steps up to the plate as Evergas seeks new leadership and growth

Shipping lines should incentivise use of rail

Expert commentator Paul Zalai argues there needs to be incentives to use rail or intermodal terminals will not succeed

Box volumes up for Asciano

Port and terminal operator quarterly reports finds mix of results from ports

Police and customs seize NZ$123m of meth

A joint NZ police-NZ Customs investigation has resulted in the seizure of hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of the illegal drug methamphetamine