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Maritime university of Rijeka

Maritiem colledge

Maritimus Broker

Sale & Purchase specialists.

maritimus Broker Croatia

Yacht sale & and purchase specialists

Maritimus Consultant Croatia

Surveyors and marine consultants

Nuic Projects Ltd.

Yacht building & reffit , shipconversion

OSM Croatia

Crew management company

Seafarers` Union of Croatia

Trade union organisatin - seafarers

Ship-repair Yard C.E.S.A.R. Ltd

repair of ocean going vessels

Ship-repair Yard C.E.S.A.R. Ltd.

repair and conversion of sea giong vessels

Shipyard "3.MAJ"

2 +(1) slipway, abt. 3000 employees

SOMET d.o.o.

Shippbuilding armatures production

Tankerska plovidba

Ship transportation

ULJANIK Shipyard

newbuilding shipyard


Factory of Crane and Deck Equipment

Maritime News

Threat from wandering greenhouse gas

Threat from wandering greenhouse gas

2 days ago
On the seafloor of the shallow coastal regions north of Siberia, microorganisms produce methane when they break down plant remains. If this greenhouse gas finds its way into the water, it can also become trapped in the sea ice that forms in these coastal waters. As a result, the gas can be transported thousands of kilometres across the Arctic Ocean and released in a completely different region months later. This phenomenon is the subject of an article by researchers from the Alfred Wegener Institute, published in the current issue of the online journal Scientific Reports.
Data is the New Oil and Satellites Are the Pipeline

Data is the New Oil and Satellites Are the Pipeline

2 days ago
As the shipping industry embraces digitalization, it’s time for a new era of fresh thinking that recognizes the potential of satellite communications in delivering financial, environmental and safety improvements.    If shipping awarded a ‘word of the year’ in 2017, digitalization would have been a clear contender. The term has become a mainstay of commentary in maritime media and a key topic of debate at our industry’s conferences and exhibitions.    But the reality is that digitalization is more than just a word or catchphrase that’s captured shipping’s attention. The work being done in its name is set to transform the sector.
CMA CGM Expects Volumes to Remain Strong in 2018

CMA CGM Expects Volumes to Remain Strong in 2018

2 days ago
Container shipping group CMA CGM said it expects a rebound in the industry to continue this year on the back of brisk economic growth, playing down the immediate impact of geopolitical tensions.   French-based CMA CGM, one of the world's biggest container lines, reported on Friday a $701 million net profit for last year, confirming its turnaround after a shipping downturn in 2016 when it suffered a $452 million loss.   "We are rather optimistic about 2018, despite the geopolitical problems," Chairman and CEO Rodolphe Saade told Reuters by telephone. "It's too early to say if it will go as well as 2017 but the indicators are positive.
Another Maersk Containership Catches Fire

Another Maersk Containership Catches Fire

2 days ago
U.S. flagged containership Maersk Kensington reported a fire in a cargo hold while en route from Salalah, Oman toward Suez. The fire is the second reported aboard a Maersk vessel this month.   The fire has been contained and all 26 crew members are reported safe and accounted for, according to A.P. Moller-Maersk.   The vessel is carrying 3,518 containers (corresponding to 5,616 TEU) and is currently at anchor outside the port of Salalah where it is receiving assistance from shore.   The 6,188 TEU Maersk Kensington is owned and operated by Maersk’s U.S. subsidiary Maersk Line, Limited (MLL).

Construction Begins on Saudi Aramco's Shipyard Joint Venture

2 days ago
Construction work has begun on a joint venture to build a shipyard on Saudi Arabia's eastern coast, oil rig builder Lamprell Plc said in a statement on Friday. The joint venture, International Maritime Industries (IMI), started operations after reaching agreement for a loan from the state-backed Saudi Industrial Development Fund (SIDF), the statement said. The SIDF agreed in principle last year to provide 3.75 billion riyals ($1 billion) in financing for the project. IMI is a partnership between United Arab Emirates-based Lamprell, state oil giant Saudi Aramco, National Shipping Co of Saudi Arabia (Bahri) and South Korea's Hyundai Heavy Industries Co.