Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings today announced that Frank J. Del Rio has decided to retire and step down from his position as the Company’s President and Chief Executive Officer, and from its Board of Directors, effective June 30, 2023.
(Article originally published in Jan/Feb 2023 edition.
Last week, the Taiwanese ocean carrier Evergreen Marine Corp (EMC) released its 2022 financial results, setting aside huge bonuses to compensate its workers for good performance.
Port Medical Management has completed beta-testing on a new mobile app designed to allow maritime crewmen to administer their own COVID-19 tests, from any location, and receive fast tracked results following confirmation by a Port Medical Management team member.
In the latest step in its expansion plans in Sub-Saharan Africa, UAE terminal operator AD Ports has scooped another deal to develop a new multipurpose terminal in Pointe-Noire in the central African nation of Congo.
Executives at the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles this week again confirmed that trade has slowed dramatically highlighting steep declines in container volumes and holding out little hope for an immediate recovery.
Global ports operator Hutchison Ports intends to compete for a bigger market in Egypt and to use its operations as a further base to build Mediterranean trade.
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines confirmed that it took delivery today on the cruise ship Seabourn Odyssey, which yesterday Carnival Corporation’s Seabourn brand announced was being sold to the Japanese shipping company.
Representatives from the state of California and the government of Japan signed agreements to collaborate on clean ports and shipping including establishing green shipping corridors during a trade mission to Japan.
Carnival Corporation’s Seabourn Cruise Line in a surprise move today announced that it is selling its 14-year-old cruise ship, the Seabourn Odyssey to Japan’s Mitsui O.S.