dAffrètement (CMA) in 1978. He acquired Compagnie Générale Maritime (CGM) when it was privatized in 1996, then merged CMA and CGM which led to the birth of the CMA CGM Group in 1999. Saadé was an early believer in containerised
freight, anticipating major developments in world trade and convinced that the container would have a determining role in world maritime transport.
effects on merchant ships, which are obligated to rescue individuals in distress. ICS has warned that shipping will bear a greater burden of rescuing migrants in the Mediterranean now that Italy is blocking NGO search and rescue
the direction of prices over the next year will be more influenced by less visible developments in the major oil-consuming countries, especially the United States, Europe, China and India. With available production capacity
fairly fixed in the short-term, oil market rebalancing will depend on consumer reactions to higher prices.
fuel into the water. No injuries were reported in the incident.
of further spills.
and electronic navigational equipment are one method, however, such systems can as accident investigations have shown actually result in greater confusion of situational awareness. Arguably autonomous ships could be the answer, but it is generally accepted
for ocean shipping this is a long way off.
committees 2018 annual report Fafalios urged the international industry to work with the Greeks "to bring about workable, safe and maritime solutions to bring about a low carbon, zero future for us all".
extended and expanded the contract for another 30 months to cover three times the original number of vessels and nearly double the number of users. Meanwhile, 300 vessels are also now in the process of adopting BigOceandatas integrated Ship Security Alert
System (SSAS) service.
and a Singapore registered vessel were believed to be involved in an illegal sale of MGO (marine gas oil) at the sea of Selat Pauh Anchorage. The four crew on Singapore-registered vessel were believed to have taken 400
litres of MGO without their company’s knowledge to sell illegally to the five crew on the foreign-registered tugboat. The tugboat has also been seized.
required to use fuel with a sulphur content of up to 0.5 pct, a considerable reduction from the currently permitted maximum of 3.5 pct. To comply, shipowners have to choose between scrubbers if they wish to continue burning
high-sulphur fuel oil (HSFO), LNG as marine fuel, marine gas oil (MGO) and low sulphur fuel oil (LSFO).
to secure overall victory, with Dutch sailor Carolijn Brouwer and Frances Marie Riou crossing the line off the Hague to clinch the last leg. Dongfeng was within sight of its rivals as they approached the finish to claim
their first leg victory since leaving Alicante in Spain in October last year.
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