Last week's top stories on ShippingWatch

Among this week's highlights were interim reports from suppliers Alfa Laval and Wärtsilä as well as an interview with Dan-Bunkering's new CEO, while DSV and the Port of Gothenburg talked about communication in relation to unique situations.

What goes on behind the curtain?

How do companies handle those completely unique situations. Port of Gothenburg's CEO and DSV's Head of Communications discussed the matter this week.

Communications chief ended vacation when DSV landed UTi

Port of Gothenburg labor conflict required constant communication

Maersk and the hackers

Maersk's systems were not geared for the type of cyber attacks that hit the major shipping company in late June.

Maersk boosts IT security after hacker attack

Hacker attack caused delays at Maersk Line

Photo: Maersk

Still too few vessels being ordered

The suppliers are still struggling with a weak marine market characterized by a shortage of newbuildings, even though the companies bagged more orders.

Alfa Laval still under pressure from too few newbuildings

Wärtsilä grows marine orders by 11 percent

Desmi on ballast water delay: "Bad for the environment and for IMO"

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Bunker trader made it to the top of Dan-Bunkering

Startup looking to catch sulfur sinners from the air

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When Rindbo handed responsibility back to the employees

CEO Jan Rindbo is on track to deliver the first positive full-year result for Norden since 2011. In an interview with ShippingWatch, he explains what it has meant to hand responsibility back to the employees – and the other executives.

Statoil awards oil contracts worth billions

Oil company Statoil has awarded three contracts to three different suppliers valued at a total of NOK 8 billion. One of the agreements goes to Aker Solutions, which recently landed a large contract with Maersk Drilling.

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