Maritime

DP World acquires Fraser Surrey Docks
DP World adds largest multi-purpose deep-sea marine terminal on the West Coast of North America to its portfolio
Wärtsilä LPG Fuel Supply System the first ever to undergo engine testing
The engine is a full-sized 2-stroke marine engine burning liquid petroleum gas (LPG) as fuel
BBME 2020 emphasises the future transformation of the breakbulk industry
As the upcoming 5th edition approaches, a multitude of reputable industry speakers have been secured to spark timely discussions that forward the sector
Chevron Marine publishes new White Paper
Lubricating duel-fuel auxiliary engines: a practical approach
Damen holds keel-laying ceremony for Nigerian Navy landing craft
The start of the vessel’s construction was attended by Nigeria’s Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Ibok-Ete Ibas
Wärtsilä to supply customised Hybrid Scrubber solution to two Norwegian Cruise Line ships
The 325 metre long ‘Norwegian Breakaway’ and ‘Norwegian Getaway’ vessels will be fitted with the systems
Ship bound for Saudi Arabia with 14,600 sheep aboard capsizes off Romania
The Queen Hind bound for Saudi Arabia overturned for yet unknown reasons shortly after leaving Romania's Midia port
Bahri participates in Saudi International Maritime Forum 2019
Bahri Logistics showcases extensive portfolio of innovation-driven onshore and offshore maritime solutions and services
UAE and Poland discuss ways to strengthen bilateral relations in maritime transport
The talks were held by Abdullah Belhaif Al Nuaimi, UAE Minister of Infrastructure Development and Chairman of Federal Transport Authority (FTA) - Land and Maritime, and Marek Gróbarczyk, Polish Minister of Maritime Economy and Inland Navigation.
Iraq’s Umm Qasr Port reopens for trade after security forces disperse protesters
Security forces reopened the entrance to Iraq’s main port, Umm Qasr, which protesters had blocked since Monday, port sources said.
Dubai's DP World says Egyptian port expansion nears completion
Dubai-based port operator says total investment in Egypt has reached $1.6bn

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