Exploring new maritime business opportunities
Opening Oceans is a new initiative from Nor-Shipping to help maritime and ocean industry players realise the unique business potential …
Secure your stand at Nor-Shipping 2019
To secure your desired location in one of six themed halls, we must receive your application by 31 March 2018. …
Launching of concept for Young@Nor-Shipping 2019
Nor-Shipping and YoungShip Oslo are proud to announce our concept for Young@Nor-Shipping 2019: “The life cycle of a ship – …
Triangulation - The Path Towards Sustainable Ocean Business
When Mr. Kitack Lim, Secretary-General of IMO, and Mr. Yohei Sasakawa-san of The Nippon Foundation, took to the stage on …
UN Ambassador Peter Thomson issues urgent call for action at Opening Oceans Conference
Peter Thomson, the United Nations Special Envoy for the Oceans, has used the first Opening Oceans Conference (OOC) in Copenhagen …
Gyro Conference checks in with Nor-Shipping for expert accommodation services
Nor-Shipping 2019 guests and delegates can rest easy, safe in the knowledge that specialist supplier Gyro …
Nor-Shipping enlists local champions to help put Oslo on the map
Nor-Shipping is collaborating with a diverse group of local stakeholders within the Oslo area to assess …
Oceans of business opportunity: Tanggaard sets out vision for Nor-Shipping 2019 and beyond
Per Martin Tanggaard, Nor-Shipping’s straight-talking new Director, plots a path forward for an industry and exhibition that, he believes, can …
Viken gets more period coverage for aframaxes
Norwegian shipowner has netted new contracts for a brace of tankers.
'Eco' suezmaxes targeted in BP, Equinor charters
Fixtures come as current and long-term bunker prices become a more critical issue.
Diana Containerships continues sales effort
Greek owner has reduced fleet by more than half since February.
Equinor signs up DeepOcean for five years
Major formerly known as Statoil agrees another framework deal for OSVs.
Essar Shipping to shed older tonnage
Indian owner's board sanctions sale of veteran vessels, with 18 potentially going.