joint ESC and Drewry survey revealed that the 400 shippers and forwarders who took part rated the service of container shipping lines with a score of 3.2 on average on a scale of 1 (very dissatisfied) to 5 (very satisfied).
In addition, there are calls for changes to the collision regulations and a means of better reflecting reality in our technically advancing age.
invited to attend the religious ceremony at Marseilles’ La Major Cathedral. In addition, five CMA CMG vessels anchored in the Bay of Marseilles, while all of CMA CGM Groups vessels worldwide sounded their horns at midday
of high fuel prices remain just as they did before merger mania started. And just in case that wasn’t enough there is a US China trade war chucked in for good measure.
in polar areas. The Danish Executive Order states that course providers could potentially utilize virtual reality (VR) technology during STCW course navigating exercises in ice-filled polar waters.
the lowest rate offered by a foreign flag in tenders issued by state-run firms. If Indian companies decline, a foreign flag ship is allowed to carry the cargo. Indias cabotage laws allows only Indian registered ships
to ply on local routes.
detained a humanitarian vessel that normally rescues boat migrants off the coast of Libya, where two shipwrecks have claimed the lives of as many as 200 people in recent days.
bulk carrier MV Ansac Splendor snapped in half and recoiled toward the dock and the vessel. The line broke as the vessel attempted to move along the dock from one loading hatch to another.
National Maritime Transport Company (GNMTC) denies it owes a US$9.23m mortgage on crude oil carrier Badr to Bulgarian-based Bulgargeomin but despite providing evidence the mortgage is falsified the vessel has yet to be released.
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