China Cosco banks $639m in subsidies

Shipping giant receives payment for the scrapping of vessels between January and June

CHINA Cosco Holdings, the main listed subsidiary of China Ocean Shipping, has announced its latest in a series of subsidies under a government scrap-and-build programme.China Cosco received about...

OPINION: Australian exporters to set a global benchmark in transport security

Deadline approaching for Australia to meet security requirements set by the United States TSA

Frontline and Frontline 2012 merge to form leading tanker company

Scale key for tanker investors in a red-hot freight market

Chairman steps down from Ports of Auckland Board

A change is underway at the board-level at the Port of Auckland

Coroner rules missing cruise passengers are dead

Young couple dead after disappearing overboard a cruise ship in 2013, says NSW Deputy Coroner

Fredriksen creates new LNG company

Gas shipping and infrastructure venture Exmar LNG aims to tie up all aspects of the LNG supply chain

Brussels rules on reporting shipborne CO2 emissions come into force

Regional regulation creates a CO2 emissions reporting regime that will lead to future industry-wide reduction enforcement

South Africa imposes antitrust fine on NYK

Japanese shipping giant fined again for collusion with other car carriers

SHI in $4.7bn FLNG deal with Shell, conditional on Browse progress

South Korean shipbuilder poised to build more FLNG units if investment in Western Australia project is to go ahead

Mainfreight hits $2bn of revenues

NZ stock-exchange listed global logistics provider Mainfreight has reported that it has hit the $2bn of sales for the first time - equivalent to about $40m of sales each week.