Maritime News

A container line's ships won't be empty if it goes under, making it harder still for shippers to see the signs they need to avoid disruption like that caused by Hanjin Shipping's insolvency.

The collapse of the seventh-largest global container line in terms of deployed capacity sends a clear message: All bets are off.

Maersk Line has resumed calls to Iran after a five-year hiatus.

SAL Heavy Lift has won a contract from the Dutch offshore construction company Van Oord.

A Hanjin ship just released from arrest outside the Panama Canal is one of two expected to stop at the Port of New York and New Jersey in the next week.

The Panama Canal Authority said increased rainfall has permitted an increase in maximum allowable drafts at the canal’s new locks.

Seatrade's order underscores the strength of the reefer market.

CMA CGM has signed a memorandum of understanding to promote liquefied natural gas as the marine fuel of the future.

The attorney for a fuel company with a lien for services provided to a ship operated by Hanjin Shipping has accused attorneys for the carrier of failing to report when the charter for the vessel was terminated.

Eimskip’s acquisition spree continues with the purchase of a Netherlands-based forwarder.

Breakbulk and bulk cargo operators Gearbulk and Grieg Star have agreed to form a Norway-based joint venture.