1. Maersk Joins NY Exchange
Line will begin posting digital contract offers for the Transpacific Westbound trade on the exchange as early as March of this year. "This marks a significant milestone for us as we now have added six of the top global ocean carriers as members in the last
nine months," says a statement from NYSHEX.
urged listeners to move away from coastal areas.
"This is a tsunami warning. this is not a drill. Please get out to higher ground," said the announcer on KMXT public radio. "If you are on the flats, get up on one of the hills … Just go high."
3. Stuck with No Pay
and fresh water. Two crew members were also in need of immediate medical attention while all of them desperately needed money to send home to their families. Seafarers charity Apostleship of the Sea (AoS) and chaplains from other organizations in Durban
provided assistance to the ships crew.
approached by a pirate mother ship. The unit on board lit warning flares, in keeping with their rules of engagement, then fired warning shots. The attacking vessel opened fire, and the guards fired another volley of warning shots. The pirates then abandoned
their attack and veered away. The Valbella did not suffer material damage and no injuries were reported.
Europe-wide strategy on plastic forming part of the transition towards a more circular economy also included the long awaited revision of the Ports Reception Facilities Directive. The new proposal aims to achieve a higher level of protection of the marine
environment and introduces measures to prevent marine litter.
comprising two plants Girard Point and Point Breeze which together can process 335,000 barrels of crude daily. They supply more than a quarter of the US east coasts refining capacity. Under the terms of the filing PES will restructure $525 million of
debt and bring in new owners.
2010. Later the contracts were resold to Greek company Blue Planet Shipping, which cancelled the contracts. According to auction files, the construction of the two ships is basically finished but relevant certifications havent not been completed yet. The
starting auction price for each ship is $10.9m and proceeds from the sale will be used to repay debts to creditors.
A 223-foot cargo vessel has run aground near Charlotte Amalie Harbor in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. The U.S. Coast Guard said its watchstanders in San Juan where contacted at approximately 5 a.m. Tuesday by St. Thomas Harbor pilots who reported that the
Togo-flagged cargo vessel "Ocean Spirit I" had run aground just off of the entrance of the harbors East Gregory Channel. There are no reported signs of distress or oil leaking from the vessel, according to the Coast Guard, whose marine casualty investigators
are on scene investigating the cause of the incident.
attention to what and where: The what delivers information on detail and colour. Whilst the where system works better in dim light using peripheral vision and is better adapted to transient event moments, such as moving objects. However, what and where
use different parts of the brain so they cant both be at peak performance at the same time.
B shift in order to depart that evening and make its berth window at its next port. Haifa Port tackled this challenging task head-on, managing an incredible 223 containers per ship hour, and an average of more than 40 containers per crane hour were recorded.
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