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Global Subsea Control Systems Market By Size, Share, Trends and Growth Analysis Research Insight 20

The Objective of the Global Subsea Control Systems Market report is to depict the trends and upcoming for the Subsea Control Systems industry over the forecast years. Subsea Control Systems Market report data has been gathered from industry specialist/experts. Worldwide Subsea Control Systems Market which is steady to enlarge…

C&L Aviation Group and TAM ink agreement to install Saab 340B Cargo Conversions

BANGOR, Maine C&L Aviation Group has signed an agreement to market Sweden-based Täby Air Maintenances (TAMs) Saab 340B Cargo Conversions in the Americas. As part of the agreement, C&L is also an approved sales and installation center. TAMs EASA- and FAA-approved cargo conversion STC is well-proven and provides a highly…

28-metre Wally 93 sailing yacht Nahita launched

According to The Sunday Times, Palma voted the best place to live in the world and has become a top quality destination to visit. Not just a perfect weekend destination offering first class boutique hotels, it also has a thriving old town and hosts some of the best restaurants in Europe.The Palma Superyacht Show will return on April 27th 2018 in its sixth edition and will last till 1st of May.

U.S. sorghum ship heads to Gran Canaria with grain trade all at sea

BEIJING (Reuters) - A vessel carrying 70,223 tonnes of sorghum from the United States to Asia switched its destination on Thursday, data showed, becoming the latest diverted cargo in a trade flow roiled by China’s move to impose hefty deposits on U.S. shipments of the grain. The RB Eden was heading to the Canary Islands’ Las Palmas…
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Record Concentrations of Microplastics Found in Arctic Sea Ice

In recent years, research has revealed the troubling extent to which the world's oceans have become inundated with plastic pollution. The situation is so bad that plastic waste has been spotted even in seemingly pristine regions, such as the Arctic or the ocean floor.Now researchers from the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz…

Luxury Mega-yachts Market 2018 | Global Survey and Trend Research 2018 To 2023 – MilTech

Global Luxury Mega-yachts Market Analysis Report studies latest Luxury Mega-yachts industry trends, development aspects, market gains and Luxury Mega-yachts industry scenario during the forecast period (2018-2023). The fundamental overview of Luxury Mega-yachts industry, key market segments, product description, Luxury Mega-yachts applications are presented in this report.

Chinese Live-Fire Drills Threaten Taiwan

The European Union is fighting a sort of European civil war, French President Emmanuel Macron said last week. To him, this is a fight between the authoritarian and illiberal leaders on the one side and liberal democracies on the other.This civil war encompasses the major news stories in Europe: the migration crisis, terrorism and the rise of the far right.On one side are the illiberals.

Singapore Launches Enhanced Technical Co-Operation And Training Package For IMO And Its Member State

Singapore has launched an enhanced 5-year technical co-operation and training package for the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and its Member States. Valued at USD 5 million (approximately SGD 6.5 million), the package comprises fellowships, scholarships, workshops, and courses to enhance capacity-building and human resource development.

Shipping can sail past Brexit but UK must keep spending

As befits an island nation with a long tradition of sea-faring adventures and an even longer coastline of 11,000 miles, the UKs maritime industry is one of our most successful.The maritime industries including shipping, ports and related services generate around £22 billion for the economy, rising to £40 billion if you include the wider supply chains.

NI fishing industry 'facing EU threat'

Mr McCulla said he was concerned about how much influence the UK would have over binding quota levels and other regulations that might be imposed during the transition period following BrexitMr Wick said the "fragile" recovery of the Northern Ireland fishing industry could be undermined during this period leading to a reduction in catch capacity…

US stocks mostly fall in wobbly trading as costs, rates rise | National News

NEW YORK (AP) U.S. stocks are wobbling and trading mostly lower Wednesday as investors continued to worry that growing costs for critical materials along with rising interest rates will affect profit growth for companies. U.S. bond yields are rising again and setting four-year highs while oil prices are at three-year highs. Stock indexes in Europe and Asia are also falling after U.S.

Singapore awards $1.1 billion contract for second phase of mega-port project

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore on Wednesday announced a $1.1 billion plan to expand and modernize its port, the world’s second-biggest, but which is in fierce competition with several Chinese harbors including Shanghai, Shenzhen and Guangzhou. The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) said it has awarded a project…

Airbus and Dassault to team up on combat fighter

Daphne Rousseau with Djallal Malti in Paris,1 / 3Airbus and Dassault Aviation hope to develop Europe's next generation combat fighter jet (AFP Photo/LOIC VENANCE, Eric PIERMONT)Berlin (AFP) - Airbus and Dassault Aviation announced Wednesday they intend to team up on the development of a French-German combat fighter, a project…

Neandertals, Stone Age people may have voyaged the Mediterranean | Science

At Stelida on the Greek island of Naxos, researchers have found stone tools perhaps made by Neandertals. By Andrew LawlerApr. 24, 2018 , 4:35 PMWASHINGTON, D.C.Odysseus, who voyaged across the wine-dark seas of the Mediterranean in Homers epic, may have had some astonishingly ancient forerunners. A decade ago, when excavators…

World's Largest Short Sea Ro-Ro Vessel Named In Dublin

MV Celine, the world’s largest short sea Ro-Ro ship, will today be christened in a ceremony at Dublin Port with guest of honour, An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar TD, Godmother to the new ship, Geraldine O’Reilly, and the port’s chaplains. The formal ceremony is a long-held tradition intended to bring good fortune to the ship…

Global race to develop self-navigating ships leaves US behind | Nation

WASHINGTON The day in which unmanned ghost ships ply the seas laden with cargo is fast approaching. But dont expect the drone vessels to be flying a U.S. flag.The United States is not among the global hot spots where a revolution in autonomous commercial shipping is unfolding. One needs to look to places like Norway, Finland…

Could Coda Octopus Group Inc (NASDAQ:CODA) Skyrocket? The Stock Has Too Many Sellers

April 24, 2018 - By Dolores Ford The stock of Coda Octopus Group Inc (NASDAQ:CODA) registered an increase of 10.53% in short interest. CODA’s total short interest was 6,300 shares in April as published by FINRA. Its up 10.53% from 5,700 shares, reported previously. With 31,600 shares average volume, it will take short sellers 0 days to cover their CODA’s short positions.

A summit imperiled by Rocket Man’s travel tribulations

ANALYSIS/OPINION:“Just getting there, as Cunard once boasted of transatlantic crossings by ship, “is half the fun.” The Atlantic is still there, but ocean liners are not, and almost the only way to cross the ocean sea now is by air. That’s no fun at all. Dining aboard an ocean liner has been replaced by dining aloft, and you’re lucky to get a pretzel or a stale cracker.But for Kim Jong-un…

How to Plan the Perfect Road Trip in France

1 / 11Quaint cobblestoned villages, lush green pastures, ornate Gothic churches, opulent manor houses, and all the wine and cheese you can eatFrance offers myriad pleasures for travelers, and a road trip is the perfect way to see them. The country has a long history of helping travelers find the best places to eat and sleep…

Blockchain on Verge of Revolutionizing Shipping Industry

Globalization has brought the most advanced trading networks the world has seen, with the biggest, fastest vessels, robot-operated ports and vast computer databases tracking cargoes. But it all still relies on millions and millions of paper documents.That last throwback to 19th-century trade is about to fall. A.P. Moeller…