campaign was held from September 1 to November 30, 2017. The aim of the CIC was to verify that the minimum standards for navigation equipment, including familiarity with the equipment. It is encouraging to see that the
overall result of this campaign on safety of navigation is positive. However, continued monitoring of ECDIS compliance will be necessary, said Secretary General Richard Schiferli.
chartered by Chinas largest oil trader, Unipec. Its destination on this journey is Rizhao in southeastern Shandong province.
Emas Offshore was granted an extension to an order by the High Court of Singapore protecting it from potential legal action in order to finalise its proposed restructuring.
ship had been detained by Port State Control in Belgium for non-payment of wages and SOLAS issues, with the crew reportedly having not been paid since October last year. Over the weekend however the ship sailed, with the
owner paying $166,000 in late wage payments to the vessels 23 crew.
stood at USD 1.04 bln, in line with lowered guidance and slightly higher than in the previous year. MOL continued to generate a massive amount of free cash flow establishing a strong financial framework to cover its ambitious transformational projects.
said: Perhaps one of the biggest Brexit challenges ports could face is accommodating new environmental health standards inspections at the border. As the report highlights, delays resulting from inspections at border would lead to increased costs, creating
congestion and particular issues for perishable goods. Any Brexit trade deal must include an agreement to overcome the need for such inspections.
onto the bottom in the surf zone, and after two weeks of pounding from the waves she began to break up. The wreck eventually separated into two sections. When she went aground, the Taipei reportedly carried about 70,000
gallons of fuel, plus lube oil and oily wastewater. A combined task force worked to lighter the pollutants and over 100 workers were dispatched to clean the beaches at New Taipei.
long crisis, ratings agency S&P said in a report last week. The IMF has forecast GDP growth at 3.9 percent for 2018 and 2019 versus 3.7 percent last year, which analysts say is boosting sentiment for shipping.
Over the next 24 hours max winds will be between 50-75 knots with significant wave heights to 15 meters (50 feet) within 240 NM in the western semi-circle. This is a dangerous storm as it is tracking eastward at a fairly low
latitude and is affecting shipping from North Europe and Mediterranean ports and US East Coast and Gulf ports.
general meeting, which was held in the Spanish port city of Bilbao.
ways to improve container throughput at ports and terminals.
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