MV Bloemgracht has been delivered from Fuzhou Mawei shipyard to Spliethoff Group on 11 August. This completes the series of two identical DP2 B-type vessels after delivery of the Brouwersgracht in February. The Spliethoff DP2 B-type vessels are next generation...
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has banned Netherlands-flagged general cargo ship Flevogracht owned by Spliethoff from its ports for ninety days. Reason for the ban is ‘ongoing poor performance’. The AMSA hands down such bans in a crackdown...
With competition from Asia, it always remains to be seen to what extent orders, including those from European shipowners, can be secured. However, in the coming years, shipbuilders will face a strong replacement demand for the construction of an average of 200 general...
The MV Brouwersgracht – the first of two DP2 B-type vessels – was handed over from Fuzhou Mawei shipyard to Spliethoff Group on 1 February 2023. Sister vessel MV Bloemgracht will be delivered in about three months’ time. The Spliethoff DP2 B-type vessels are next...
Spliethoff and BigLift Shipping have decided to combine their offices in Japan. From now on, they will operate from a joint office in Tokyo. The combination of offices in Japan follows those in the USA, UK and China. BigLift Shipping and Spliethoff say that the move...
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