Authorities seize and sell salvage vessel

Business partner sues for breach of contract and conspiracy to defraud

A private salvage venture ended after its ship was seized – allegedly unlawfully – by the Republic of Vanuatu, according to recent claims made in the Australian Federal Court.Kell Walker is suing his...

Rickmers poaches Oldendorff veteran

German industry identity to head maritime services from August

Ireland sees port volume growth in first quarter

Gains in all major cargo categories, says maritime office

NYK talks up its 'non-shipping' credentials

Japanese giant says logistics and other non-shipping businesses account for 30% of group revenues

Modi hints at partnerships between Indian yards, HHI

South Korean shipbuilder eyes expected jumbo order for up to 11 LNG tankers

ICTSI inland port to help ease Manila congestion

Logistics terminal 56km from MICT will be linked by rail connection

‘User pays’ call for funding port-rail and ports infrastructure

Scale of growth said to be outside ability of government to pay

Coastal trading – government reveals more details of new regime

Previous multiple permit classes reduced to just one – prime minister weighs in to back changes in person

Council of Lloyd's

International Salvage Union raises concerns about fall in LOF cases

Traditional contract has many benefits, trade body insists