Saudi Arabia confirms oil tankers suffered significant damage, while US puts out advisory warning of attemps by attackers to disrupt commercial shipping in Arabian Gulf.
DP World has announced that all vessels carrying the Qatari flag or Qatari cargo will no longer be allowed to enter any of its ports in the United Arab Emirates.
On Saturday night the oil tanker Al Heera sailing off the coast of Yemen came under attack from pirates in multiple small craft. A distress call was issued and picked up by the Chinese naval frigate Hengyang.
Amazon has registered its Chinese arm as a freight forwarder, a move that will give the retailer further control over its entire supply chain.
The Russian officer of the watch aboard the 423ft cargo ship had consumed half a litre of rum before going on duty an investigation found.
Gulftainer has reached a significant milestone with a combined throughput of 1 million teu at its terminals in Umm Qasr Port in Iraq.
Sohar has released its third quarter growth figures for 2015, with growth across the board at all its terminals.
The Lebanese livestock carrier MV Haidar capsized in port, sinking at the dock with the loss of most of her cargo.
Four more bodies were recovered from the Nile Sunday, bringing the death toll from the Nile accident over the weekend to 34.
MacGregor has signed a deal to supply Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Hatlapa deck machinery for 10 LNG carriers
Jebel Ali dominates world's largest ports in terms of Q1 growth in cargo throughput
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