Container Vessel News Roundup | June 14 – Singaporean, Norwegian and Dutch newbuilds, new Russian design and Taiwanese six-ship order

New container vessels have been delivered to owners in the Netherlands, Norway, and Singapore. A Taiwanese company orders six methanol-ready 2,400TEU ships. Finally, a Russian design firm unveils a new concept vessel that can also transport dry cargo. X-Press Feeders takes delivery of 7,000TEU newbuild from Chinese yard Singapore shipping company X-Press Feeders has taken […]

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Norwegian Coastal Administration welcomes third workboat in series

The Norwegian Coastal Administration workboat Runde (left)

The Norwegian Coastal Administration (Kystverket) recently took delivery of a new aluminium workboat. Runde is the the third in a series of workboats that also includes Stabben and Skrova, which were handed over to Kystverket in December last year. The boat will be used for maintenance of...

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Maritime Security Vessel News Roundup | June 14 – Norwegian Coast Guard patrol vessel, Brazilian and Indonesian frigates and more

The Norwegian Coast Guard christens the newest addition to its patrol fleet as construction is underway on frigates for the Brazilian and Indonesian Navies and a new class of US Army landing craft. A Turkish firm secures a contract for the build and delivery of surface combatants to the Royal...

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FAO report shows global fisheries and aquaculture production reaches new record high

Fish farm at an undisclosed location

World fisheries and aquaculture production has hit a new high, with aquaculture production of aquatic animals surpassing capture fisheries for the first time, according to a new report from the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) released earlier this month. The 2024...

https://www.bairdmaritime.com/fishing/aquaculture/fao-report-shows-global-fisheries-and-aquaculture-production-reaches-new-record-high/

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