Shipping Will Find Ways to Ride out Protracted Downturn

The shipping industry will use a mixture of experience and innovation to navigate what is likely to be another volatile year for the industry in 2017.

10 Things You Didn't Know About the Suez Canal

A look at the Suez Canal – past, present and future – revealing its complex character throughout history and influence on geopolitics and world economy.

California’s Proposed Ballast Water Fee Hike

Ships entering California ports might face larger fees.

DRU shipyard launches the first DWT17500 oil tanker built for Pertamina

Indonesian shipyard, PT Daya Radar Utama launched one DWT 17500 oil tanker, named MT. Panderman, the first unit of eight-series ships ordered by Pertamina in his Lamongan yard on 2nd December 2016.

New Regulations Make Certified Shipping Truck Scales Mandatory

Everything you need to know about container weighing scales required under new SOLAS regulations

Maritime TV: Revitalizing the U.S. Merchant Marine - Part 1

Mike Balzano begins a four-part series, “Revitalizing the Merchant Marine” based on historical perspective

Maritime TV Interview: A USMMA Midshipman Weighs In

An anonymous USMMA midshipman shares his view on the sea year stand down and accreditation issues.