May, 2015
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Fri22May
ZIM says its return to profit stems directly from implementing company initiatives, improvement operational efficiencies, and lower fuel prices.
Bunker Prices and Operational Efficiencies Help ZIM to "Sharp Improvement" for 2015 Q1
Fri22May
The second phase, set to begin on August 1, will boost the terminal's capacity by nearly 30 percent.
VTTI to Start Second Phase of Malaysia Storage Terminal
Fri22May
The device has been ordered for 3,000 vessels worldwide.
MOL's Fuel-Saving Propeller Boss Cap System Reaches "Major Milestone"
Fri22May
Rumours had previously speculated that the company was restructuring its oil trading portfolio.
Cargill: No Plans to Exit Singapore, China Fuel Oil Market
Fri22May
Seatrade Global editor Marcus Hand argues that development of the Kra Canal faces economic, political, and geographic difficulties.
Canal to Bypass Straits of Malacca and Singapore "Hard to Justify"
Fri22May
The ship was floated off at high tide later with no injuries.
Norwegian Cruise Ship Runs Aground After Sudden Loss of Power
Fri22May
"It is increasingly important for fuel buyers to understand what they have on board," says UK supplier GEOS Group.
EMSA: Spot Checks Show 94% Vessel Compliance with ECA Rules in European Waters
Fri22May
The move was said to be "a milestone for both companies and demonstrates continuous improvements to the fleets' performance."
Carisbrooke Shipping Opts for Hull Coatings in Bid to Reduce Bunker Consumption
Thu21May
The U.S dollar saw downward pressure compared to other currencies making commodities more affordable for people of different monetary holdings.
Big Gains for Crude Futures
Thu21May
The firm has hired Fergus Poole as its new Cruise Manager, says it is in a great position to grow and enhance its support for the sector.
GAC Eyes Growth Opportunities in the Cruise Market