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Oman Drydock sees busy six months

Oman Drydock Company (ODC) witnessed one of its busiest half year periods during July to December, 2015, with the number of drydockings undertaken during the period taking the total number to 375 since it opened in 2011. ODC is on

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More than 6,600 ships repaired by Milaha

Qatar Navigation (Milaha), a leader in maritime and logistics services, has announced that its ship repair facility at Mesaieed, Qatar, has repaired more than 6,600 ships over the past 37 years, a report said. Milaha has received

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Rise in number of ships transiting Suez Canal

A total of 338 ships transited the Suez Canal with a total load of 19,388 million tonnes from November 6 to 12, compared to 322 ships with 18,214 million tonnes during the week before that, according to traffic data released by the canal.

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Topaz buys two ships from Vard for $115m

Dubai's Topaz Energy and Marine, a unit of Muscat-listed Renaissance Services, has bought two ships from Norwegian boat yard Vard Brattvaag for about $115 million, the Omani parent firm said on Sunday. Specifically developed f

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Commercial ships scoop up desperate human cargo

In October last year, bulk carrier CS Caprice was shipping a cargo of barley across the Mediterranean when it answered a call to help about 500 people who were drifting north of Libya without a skipper. A brewing storm threatened to capsize thei

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GAC in tie-up to offer key services to ships

GAC, a global shipping, marine and logistics services provider, has formed a joint venture with the UK-based Clearvac Group to provide air hygiene, fire risk removal and waste water management solutions to vessels in the UAE. The

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Australia to spend $64.9bn on ships, submarines

Australia will spend A$89 billion ($64.9 billion) on ships and submarines for its navy over the next 20 years, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Tuesday, A$40 billion of which has been earmarked to build surface ships domestically.

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Australia to spend $64.9bn on ships, submarines

Australia will spend A$89 billion ($64.9 billion) on ships and submarines for its navy over the next 20 years, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Tuesday, A$40 billion of which has been earmarked to build surface ships domestically.

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Cruise tourists to Bahrain top 61,500

A total of 61,598 tourists and crew members have arrived in Bahrain via Khalifa Bin Salman Seaport since January, a report said. More than 35 cruise ships docked at the port over the past five months, up from 25 last year, reporte

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Hyundai Heavy to build five oil tankers for Bahri

National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia (Bahri), the exclusive oil-shipper for Saudi Aramco, has signed a deal to buy five very large crude tankers from ship builders Hyundai Heavy Industries, the Riyadh-listed firm said on Sunday.

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