The fleet of Hong Kong-based Seaspan Corporation now approaches one million TEU.
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has started temperature screening at all the checkpoints in the country for passengers who may be infected by the deadly coronavirus.
The measures will also be implemented at the ferry and cruise terminals, PSA Terminals and Jurong Port.
The new virus that appeared in Wuhan, China, in December has so far killed 81 people and infected approximately 3,000 others.
Healthcare assistants will carry out temperature screenings for all travellers and ship...
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On January 24, Gasum’s LNG bunker vessel Coralius performed its 200th LNG bunkering operation.
Tallink Grupp to modernize its vessel Silja Europa at Turku Repair Yard.
Carnival Cruise Line’s newest cruise vessel, Mardi Gras, was floated out at Meyer Turku shipyard.
United Heavy Lift takes over a fleet of nine eco-friendly F900 newbuilds and buys two 12,000 dwt vessels.
Alfa Laval joins the coalition aimed at introducing zero-emission vessels by the year 2030.
Denmark-based shipping company TORM has signed an agreement with Guangzhou Shipyard International (GSI) to acquire two scrubber-fitted LR2 newbuildings.
The vessels are expected to be delivered by the fourth quarter of next year.
GSI has provided 29 vessels for TORM’s fleet. Apart from featuring scrubbers, the new vessels will adhere to the TORM specifications for optimising trading and fuel- efficiency.
The vessels will also have the provision for dual-fuel installation in the future.
Italian Grimaldi Group has welcomed to its fleet Grande Houston, a new pure car & truck carrier (PCTC).