Facts and figures
Nor-Shipping 2019 attracted almost 50,000 participants, with 846 of the world’s leading maritime companies showcasing products …
Nor-Shipping 2019 sets new records
In all, almost 50,000 people participated in Nor-Shipping 2019 official events between 3 and 7 June – a 34% increase over 2017 figures.
Relive Nor-Shipping 2019 on YouTube, Flickr and Nor-Shipping TV
Relive the best moments from Nor-Shipping 2019 on Flickr, YouTube and Nor-Shipping TV.
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Great history, greater future
For 40 years, Mercy Ships has used customized hospital ships to provide hope, healing and empowerment to the forgotten poor of Africa. We are just about to scale up, with helping hands from the maritime industry.
ICTSI: shipbuilding is dead in Subic Bay
Philippines ports boss explains interest in Hanjin yard site and why the group will never get into shipping
MPA's new Singapore drop-in centre to handle 20,000 crew a month
Pasir Panjang Terminal facility launched as part of events to mark ‘Day of the Seafarer’.
Qatargas sets new Turkey LNG milestones
Middle East producer says expanded terminal will capture the economies of scale afforded by Q-Flex tonnage.
With teething issues resolved, ONE now faces Trump tariff fallout
Japanese joint venture among the most exposed to Asia-US container trade, says analyst.
Oil major cancels Wilforce charter following Singapore collision
But Awilco LNG says ship should emerge from repair yard in time for seasonally stronger winter period
Taiwan Navigation clears out veteran tonnage
Mainland private owners are the likeliest buyers as a Taiwanese state-owned player puts ships on the block
No summer slump in S&P, says Clarksons Platou Asia's Rowe
Constrained supply in dry bulk could cancel the traditional seasonal slowdown
Report: owners falling short of emissions target
Non-profit group CDP says shipping companies not investing enough to meet 2050 reduction bullseye
JP Morgan the latest to drop shipping coverage
Bulge-bracket investment bank becomes the sixth firm to part ways with the sector in recent months, with analyst Noah Parquette set to depart.