the passing of pilot Barra Miguel Conceição in a Facebook post. According to reports on the incident, Mr. Conceição was disembarking from the Hong Kong-flagged MV Singapore Express in Cascais Bay when he fell into the
water. The effort to recover Conceição by the pilot boat was hampered by weather with swells reported up to 4 meters. His body was eventually recovered sometime later. The incident is under investigation.
a new position, chief technical officer. Moreover, MOL is to finally install a chief financial officer who will supervise planning of strategies and measures to promote optimal groupwide funding and financial strategies. Among
other changes announced today, the head office organisation in Tokyo, which is made up of divisions and offices, will be unified into just divisions, to restructure and organise resources.
crew of the "Sea Aeolis" have been in touch with Splash via Twitter claiming they have not been paid since last October. MCCL officials have declined to comment on the issue when contacted by Splash today. The crew claim the ship has no cargo and has been
put up for sale. MarineTraffic shows the 1992-built ship is currently at anchorage in Greece.
three vessels, owned by Ningbo Henghai Shipping, were detained by the courts due to financial disputes with creditors.
suggestions that the popularity of Indian seafarers is waning among ship managers.
when calculating crew work schedules to ensure that sufficient rest periods are taken. The issue revolves around checks in any 24-hour period and whether such checks should commence during a seafarers rest period. This should
be avoided because by not taking into consideration a part of the seafarers undisrupted rest period, irregularities may result in a violation.
Japanese statement said the Chon Ma San, designated by the United States as a sanctions target, was spotted by a surveillance plane with the Maldivian-flagged tanker Xin Yuan 18 some 250 km (160 miles) east of Shanghai on Saturday. It
said Japan strongly suspects that the vessels conducted ship-to-ship transfers banned by U.N. Security Council resolutions.
the Master of the products tanker "Sea Faith" pleaded guilty to two violations of the Act to Prevent Pollution from Ships under the terms of a plea agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice. The charges were for failing to maintain an accurate Oil Record
and Garbage Record Books onboard and illegally discharging oily waste and dumping garbage while operating off the coast of Texas.
of worldwide container transport demand and rising revenue from freights, last years merger with Gulf peer UASC provided more efficiencies. The move made Hamburg-based Hapag-Lloyd the number five container shipper worldwide,
amid ongoing consolidation.
framework agreement, which establishes a clear timetable of actions required to execute the first phase of the project spanning 30 square kilometres, was signed by Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, Group Chairman and CEO of DP World and Admiral Mohab Mamish, Chairman
of the Suez Canal Authority and the Suez Canal Economic Zone (SCZone).
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