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Ship Operations

Staying on the line

Avoid post-accident micro-managing because if you treat professionals as idiots, that is exactly who you will be soon employing

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Donche-Gay’s footnote for IACS: Safety first

Departing chairman of class societies’ industry body reiterates the importance of maritime safety following high-profile casualties in recent years

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ClassNK reports record year of tonnage growth

Japanese class society claims victory in 2014 as 285 vessels are taken from competitors, with half coming from German and Greek owners

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Labour pledges to reopen seafarer pay differentials debate

Party will revisit Carter review if elected, says Marsden

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Beijing scrapping subsidies boost China Cosco and China Shipping Development

Both companies forecast 2014 figures to show a rise in earnings

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Two Chinese shipping giants to scrap total of 46 vessels

China Cosco and China Shipping Development will benefit from state demolition subsidies with further 'vessel retirements' in 2015

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Wärtsilä profits steady following sale of two-stroke engine business

Company reporting now excludes two-stroke operations but could benefit from acquisition of marine electronics firm

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Yard Talk | A look around South Korea’s virtuous circle

Figures from VesselsValue show how South Korea and China have edged up the value chain

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