traffic in the strait had been suspended in both directions. Video from other boats in the area showed the ship, identified as the Vitaspirit, crash into the waterfront mansion. The vessel was later pulled back from the
in the Arabian Sea en route to the Mediterranean, via Suez. According to the casualty website of Maersk-appointed average adjuster Richards Hogg Lindley, containers stowed in holds 1-3 of the ship are believed to be a
total loss, due to fire and water damage.
Chris Welsh. The GSF represents 40 shippers organizations internationally, in Africa, Europe, North America and Australasia. These include all of the worlds major retailers, major motor manufacturers, chemical industry
companies and global food and drink producers. Welsh says they represent a cross-section of the economy, from small shippers up to the very large.
Solberg, head of the Norwegian Shipowners Association, held a joint news conference with trade minister Torbjoern Rooe Isaksen in Oslo yesterday in which the pair said shipping should halve its GHG emissions by 2050. Next
week sees the 72nd gathering of the Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) with GHG legislation high up on the agenda.
in low efficiency, low fuel economy and unnecessarily high emissions. However, with a large energy storage system capable of supplying power instantaneously, some of the engines can be switched off, and this is a solution that
Stena Line is embarking on for its Stena Jutlandica which operates between Gothenburg, Sweden, and Frederikshavn, Denmark.
trial is to be conducted in cooperation with MOL, on a vessel operated and managed by Mitsui OSK Kinkai, and aims to prevent crewmembers from heatstroke and reduce their workload. The work uniforms are equipped with
rechargeable cooling fans for crew working under intense heat on an Mitsui OSK Kinkai-operated cargo vessel in service between Japan and Middle East, where summer time temperatures can exceed 40 degrees Centigrade.
Rescue Bureau sent three vessels and coordinated a nearby vessel to join the search and rescue operations, and managed to save 12 of the 13 crew from the vessel. The other crew member was found dead, his body recovered by the rescue team. The
local maritime safety administration has notified nearby vessels to avoid the ship wreckage site.
booked to store fuel off Europes ports in mid-March, and brokers said even barges have held cargoes of gasoline for three to four weeks as the volumes traded in Europe hit record levels last month. The tankers Torm Tevere,
Ridgebury John B and STI Clapham are now parked off Europes Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp hub, where on-land stocks hit a record 1.387 million tonnes last week.
to head up the Clubs new Singapore operation. Richard Inman will relocate from Britannia’s London head office to the Association’s Hong Kong Office. Andrew Reynolds from brokers Marsh, and Helen Todd from Shipowners P&I Club
have both been named to join the London Headquarters.
their cruise ship had been delayed by bad weather and their protest was said to have strong nationalist overtones. The South China Morning Post said this was the latest in a series of cases where Chinese tourists had resorted
to displays of nationalistic patriotism when inconvenienced.
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