Kiel launches first new corvette for Israel

Kiel - The launching of a new corvette marks an important step in the ongoing program of Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems as general contractor to build four next-generation missile vessels for the Israeli Navy


The Market of Genoa (SGM): from fruit to logistics

Genoa -The future is logistics. And the Mercato di Genova has for a long time been at the forefront.


Hamburg Süd expands its fleet

Antwerp - Maersk’s owned shipping line Hamburg Süd has christened in Antwerp the “Polar Ecuador” container ship, its new addition to a fleet of reefer fitted vessels


Hyundai Heavy’s workers strike over merger

Seoul - Unionized workers at Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. staged a full-scale strike on Wednesday to protest a plan to split up the company for a merger with a smaller local shipbuilder


Ship aims to be first to cross Atlantic without a crew

Tollesbury (England) - Final preparations are underway for a 12-meter-long ship to set sail from Canada and attempt the world’s first transatlantic crossing without a crew

North Korea: “biggest issue” in U.S. ties is impounded ship
Canada to renew coast guard fleet
Maersk, seafarer missing after falling overboard
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Hamburg’s traffic on the rise in the first quarter
European Coast Guard’s first operation outside the EU
Breakbulk Europe awaits new growth

Breakbulk Europe awaits new growth

Bremen - Breakbulk Europe, the world’s largest event for the project cargo and breakbulk industry, opens its doors at Messe Bremen to an expected crowd of 11,000 from 120 countries today

Transport Logistic: on the last mile to a record trade fair
Trump vs. Iran: Saudis say they will defend themselves
U.S., China bicker over “extravagant expectations” on trade deal


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