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IHS Maritime aims to be the preferred global provider of maritime information to the shipping industry and strives to achieve the highest standards of product quality and customer service

IHS Maritime will invest time and resource to identify new data sources with the purpose of continually improving the quality and scope of the data and to seek partnerships with key sectors of the industry with the aim of delivering higher added-value to its range of products and services.

From traditional directories to sophisticated web-based services IHS Maritime will endeavour to utilise the very latest technologies and to work within the industry to develop new products and services to enhance the business of our clients.

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Disruptive technology will change the maritime industry and traditional, but forward-thinking companies and their management teams are looking to ride the wave of change by reinventing themselves, according to Jaakko Eskola.  Full story >>

A plan to merge Farstad Shipping, Solstad Offshore, and Deep Sea Supply (DEESC), three OSV owners that are all listed in Oslo, to a new company with a fleet of about 150 vessels has moved ahead with the three companies’ boards signing the merger plan.  Full story >>

The sale of BW Group’s 11 strong VLCC fleet to DHT Holdings in a cash and share deal unveiled on 23 March might work as a template for BW Pacific, the group's product tanker unit, should it wish to revive a plan to take it public.  Full story >>

Singapore-listed Malaysian offshore support vessel owner and builder Nam Cheong said on 24 March that it can carry on as a going concern, despite uncertainties raised by its auditor.  Full story >>

Fast-growing Turkish multimodal company Ekol Logistics will soon receive the first of a pair of 4,076 lane-metre ro-ro trailerships under construction in Germany.  Full story >>

Privately owned Chinese shipowner Kunlun Holdings has entered the very large crude carrier (VLCC) sector for the first time.  Full story >>

Japanese bulk carrier operator Daiichi Chuo Kisen Kaisha has halved its fleet since emerging from civil rehabilitation.  Full story >>

Guangxi Beibu Gulf International Port Group, a Chinese state-owned enterprise that operates ports in southern China, has signed an agreement with Banpu, Thailand's largest coal trading and mining company, to develop a terminal in Fangcheng port.  Full story >>

German ports-to-logistics group Rhenus on 23 March announced the acquisition of a 40% stake in shipbroker and commercial manager Arkon Shipping in what marks a significant expansion of its shipping services portfolio.  Full story >>

Expectations that fortunes will improve in the bulk carrier sector this year are supported by an IHS Markit analysis, which concluded that the outlook provides owners with a “great opportunity to go long”.  Full story >>

With an overall investment of “hundreds of millions of Euros” and backed by oil giant BP, HES International is to build a 27 ha petroleum products and biofuels tank terminal at the Hartelstrook.  Full story >>

The bidder quoting the lowest fee for the work will be awarded the deal which is expected to be finalised in the next few days.  Full story >>

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