Ferry operator sees last day of trading following takeover by private equity-led joint venture
- Hurtigruten hurting
- Hurtigruten cuts its workforce by up to 30%
- Hurtigruten hit by ruling that Norwegian state cash was illegal
Order marks the Merseyside facility's third ferry newbuilding in three yearsDrake loses Liverpool stevedoring contract
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Companies to explore opportunities in jointly owning ships and developing terminalsCosta Concordia costs likely to hit $2bn
Cause of fire is still unclear, but the possibility of it starting on a lorry or car remains highItaly expects Norman Atlantic toll to rise
Incat wavepiercers to be replaced on Channel Island routes by larger Austal unit
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Arrival of new sulphur emission regulations at the start of the year has been anything but simple
The verdict in the Costa Concordia trial takes us back to the bad old days of playing the 'blame game'
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