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Bureau Veritas acquires SIEMIC

Bureau Veritas announced the acquisition of SIEMIC, Inc., an American testing and certification body for electrical and electronic equipment active in the Silicon Valley and in Asia. Established in 2003, SIEMIC provides market access services for electrical and electronic products in the telecoms…

Record number of Arbitration cases filed under ICC Rules

The International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has announced record figures for new cases filed for administration under ICC rules in 2016. According to preliminary statistics, a total of 966 new cases administered by the Court were filed in 2016 - involving 3…

Petersen Appointed Operation Manager, Scandlines

Senior Vice President Route Management & Operations of Scandlines Claus Nikolajsen retires as of 31 January 2017. He is relieved by Michael Guldmann Petersen who joins Scandlines with solid international maritime experience. After 35 years with Scandlines…

MISC starts Benchamas 2 conversion

MISC Berhad (“MISC”) today celebrated the commencement of FSO Benchamas 2 conversion, in a ceremony at MMHE West Yard, Pasir Gudang. In attendance were the vessel charterer, conversion contractors and the vessel operator which included the guest-of-honour…

COSCO 'bidding' for Orient Overseas

Chinese conglomerate Cosco Group is in talks to acquire smaller rival Hong Kong-based rival Orient Overseas Container Line Co. ( OOCL), Chinese media outlet Caixin reported quoting people familiar with the matter. The state-owned China COSCO  will compete with Evergreen Marine Corp.

Diana Shipping Charters out Two Bulkers

Diana Shipping Inc. today announced that, through a separate wholly-owned subsidiary, it has entered into a time charter contract with Cargill International S.A., Geneva, for one of its Capesize dry bulk vessels, the m/v Santa Barbara. The gross charter rate is US$12…

Holden rolls out special editions to mark end of Aussie-built Commodore

10 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Motor Authority

General Motors Company’s [NYSE:GM] Australian division Holden will shutter its plant in October, ending four decades of Aussie-built, rear-wheel-drive Commodore tradition in the process—as well as resulting in the demise of the Chevrolet SS. A redesigned Commodore has been revealed, but it’s a rebadge of the front-wheel-drive...

Review: Scrambler Ducati Desert Sled

11 hours agoLifestyle / Vehicles : Bike EXIF

You don’t need to be a regular reader to know that scramblers are hot. Over the last few years, the term has become the go-to marketing moniker for OEMs looking cash in on the growing moto lifestyle. From a business standpoint it makes...Show More Summary

Land Rover highlights 48 years of Range Rover history [Video]

12 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Leftlane

The 90-second video highlights key models and dates in the Range Rover's history.

Volvo XC40 to debut in Shanghai?

12 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Leftlane

The first-ever XC40 was previewed by the 40.1 concept.

2018 Bentley Continental GT spy shots and video

13 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Motor Authority

Bentley’s Continental GT is now one of the oldest models in production, with the original coupe having first appeared on the scene as far back as the 2003 Geneva auto show. Yes, the vehicle has undergone numerous updates since then but the basic styling and underlying platform have continued largely unchanged over the years. A successor is...

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