Maersk Supply Service will postpone vessel deliveries

The downturn in the offshore market means that Maersk Supply Service is attempting to delay the delivery of the nine vessels ordered by the carrier. But several ships will hit the water this year, says CEO Steen S. Karstensen to ShippingWatch.

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Tough 2017 cost 835 jobs at DNV GL

The world's largest classification bureau for shipping, DNV GL, had another challenging year in 2017. The coming year will also be tough for the maritime business, and the slimming down of the company is likely not done, CFO Thomas Vogth-Eriksen tells ShippingWatch.

Maersk Honam will be moved to Dubai's Jebel Ali port

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It is "not acceptable" to tow two ships side by side as Maersk Supply Service did during a 2016 shipwreck, says classification bureau DNV GL. The Danish Maritime Authority filed a police report against the offshore shipping company Monday this week.

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