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The Japan Bank for International Cooperation will finance two Handysize newbuilding bulk carriers that have been purchased by Berge Bulk from Japanese shipbuilder Imabari Shipbuilding.  Full story >>

A seafarer whose foot was severed on board a bulk ore carrier in Port Hedland, Australia, has once again highlighted the dangers of mooring operations, the Australian Transport Safety Authority warns.  Full story >>

International Container Terminal Services (ICTSI) will speed up the construction of new yard facilities at the Manila International Container Terminal (MICT) in the Philippines.  Full story >>

Shares of Singapore-listed integrated marine logistic company, Marco Polo Marine (MPM) have been highly recommended by Lee Yue Jer, analyst from DMG & Partners Securities.  Full story >>

Maersk Line plans to charge shippers an additional fee to recoup the cost of complying with new low-sulphur fuel requirements that begin on 1 January in North Europe and North America.  Full story >>

Uganda’s government is considering selling $1Bn of Eurobonds to fund its latest infrastructure development projects, according to its finance minister.  Full story >>

Damen Shipyards has announced the delivery of a ninth CSD500 dredger to an established client working on a land reclamation scheme at Warri in the Niger delta.  Full story >>

A proposed refinancing of American Shipping Company (AMSC) should significantly add to the firepower of Ocean Yield (OCY), shipping analysts at Arctic in Oslo say.  Full story >>

A fractured hull girder caused the break-up and sinking of container ship MOL Comfort in June 2013, an investigation has found.  Full story >>

Nanjing Tanker, the Chinese tanker operator in restructuring, will sell two oil tankers and four asphalt tankers through public tenders.  Full story >>

South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD) will be the largest beneficiary of China’s shipbuilding industry restructuring, said KDB Daewoo Securities in a research note.  Full story >>

South Korean shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering said it is now discussing to build a shipyard in Dandong, China, in collaboration with China’s Rilin Group.  Full story >>

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