of the individuals with "reckless wounding," a serious assault charge. The charging documents allege that 37-year-old Tatiana Baladina struck a 21-year-old man in the head with an empty wine bottle, causing lacerations. The
other six individuals were not charged, but they are no longer welcome on board a P & O vessel, the company said in a statement.
years later. He will stay on the board as a non-executive director. The group issued a statement: Sir Michael will continue in his post until the new CEO has been selected, a process which we expect to be completed by
the end of 2018. The Group will continue to benefit from his wealth of knowledge, expertise and experience in the longer term, alongside our other non-executive directors.
main base for research into autonomous ship technology, including obstacle avoidance technology, over the coming three to five years. The project is being undertaken by the Zhuhai government, China Classification Society (CCS), Wuhan University of Technology
and Zhuhai Yunzhou Intelligence Technology.
the European Union with respect to the institutional and constitutional legal framework of Greek shipping is close to ending. Addressing the UGS agm in Athens he was referring to the EUs efforts too have Greece overhaul
the countrys shipping taxation by restricting tonnage tax to pure-play shipping companies and by abolishing shipowners exemption from dividend and inheritance taxes.
priorities will see the company reorganise activities into three divisions: Bourbon Marine & Logistics, Bourbon Subsea Services and Bourbon Mobility. Each division will have its own management team to implement individual strategies. The company
plans to capitalise on the digital revolution with a smart shipping programme to connect 132 modern supply vessels.
have been raised around whether there is still adequate capacity to process certification tests for ballast water treatment systems in a timely manner and whether the testing protocols are adequately robust.
the matter. The EU sanctions follow a near six-year investigation which started with dawn raids by the European Commission in September 2012 in coordination with Japanese and U.S. antitrust authorities. Competition
regulators around the world have penalised a number of shippers in recent years for fixing prices and dividing the markets.
which imported a record 1.07 billion mt of iron ore in 2017, in January hauled in 100 million mt, up 9.1% on a year earlier. On Friday, Platts IODEX 62% Fe fines was assessed at $76.55/dmt CFR, compared to a 2018 Macquire
forecast of $66/dmt, which was revised up in January from an earlier $54/dmt. Chinas persistently high steel capacity utilisation rate should keep quality differentials wide.
Everyone talks about this digital transformation, but no one appears entirely sure on what it really means. Is it unification of all transactions under one digital currency? Is it autonomous ships? It could be all of the above, but could be none. How
will it improve our industry for quality is the first, that is the concern of one expert.
expected to follow. Were not there but it is something we are planning to do. We have all class certificates ready to go electronic and we have done 50,000 certificates now, and the next thing will be to do it with block
chain, DNV GL ceo Remi Erikson told the media.
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