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Asset impairment sent Vallianz sinking into red ink, which recorded a net loss of USD158.4 million for the 15 months ended 31 March 2017.  Full story >>

Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) has apparently sold one of its Capesize bulk carriers as asset prices in the segment continue to head north.  Full story >>

Japan’s Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) could redeploy 20% of its shipbuilding employees as it downsizes its shipbuilding operations in Japan and diverts more shipbuilding work to its joint-venture yards in China.  Full story >>

Growth in intra-Asia container volume has shot up in the first quarter, driven by busy China-Southeast Asia trade.  Full story >>

Profits to fall at Russian ports following unprecendented fines.  Full story >>

Pacific Radiance and Allianz Offshore Middle East Ltd have established a joint venture that focuses on oil and gas assets in Egypt and Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries.  Full story >>

A Chinese construction company was engaged to deepen the approach channel and alongside depth of the Ukrainian port of Yuzhny, as the government steps up efforts to secure investment under the Belt and Road programme.  Full story >>

PT Marcopolo Shipyard, a wholly owned subsidiary of beleaguered Marco Polo Marine, could be declared bankrupt should a court-assisted debt restructuring fail.  Full story >>

MSC Cruises is preparing to put the first of its Vista-generation vessels, MSC Meraviglia, into service.  Full story >>

Singapore’s Rickmers Maritime Trust, which announced in April it was winding up, makes a USD4.7 million voluntary prepayment to its lenders.  Full story >>

A sailor’s job is a tough one and it is no secret Singaporeans no longer find it attractive, says Hemant Pathania, managing director and chief operating officer of NYK Shipmanagement Pte Ltd in Singapore.  Full story >>

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