mail addresses are still being kept for service continuity while local websites of Cosco US still havent been restored yet to ensure network security. However, the companys hazardous cargo and awkward cargo booking service is back to normal. All
communication channels including telephone, email, and electronic data exchange have been restored", the company has said.
aware of allegedly dangerous defects, but continued to operate them despite warnings. In particular, the suit singles out the vehicles’ canopies: lawyer Robert Mongeluzzi, contends that the operator "made a conscious, intentional decision" not to remove the
boats’ canopies, despite a previous recommendation from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB).
installed on MOLs car carrier Beluga Ace The vessel is huge, measuring 199.9m long and 32.2m wide, so it would be very difficult for in-person visitors to tour all areas of the ship within a limited time, MOL pointed
out in a release today, adding: In addition, the vessels structure is difficult to grasp intuitively by looking only at the blueprints and photos. This initiative allows a simple, intuitive grasp of various on-board areas.
was followed by another LNG tanker, the Maran Gas Alexandria, which also transited the Neopanamax Locks in the southbound direction on Sunday.
The waterway regularly transits two LNG vessels the same direction in the same day, and has demonstrated the ability to transit up to three vessels the same day in the same direction during periods of high demand.
to the Swedish Coast Guards update on Sunday, approximately 7,000 liters of oil have so far been recovered by coast guard ships but a small amount of oil has landed at Flatvarp. The vessel is no longer leaking oil and
the salvage contractor will try to empty the oil left in the ship.
watchstanders at the Sector Hampton Roads command center yesterday at 3:45 p.m. notifying them that they noticed the loose containers while in transit. That Virginia Port Authority confirmed that eight containers fell
off of the cargo ship APL Antwerp while conducting offload operations at the Norfolk International Terminal (NIT).
suit. A full blockage of the strategic waterway would virtually halt shipment to Europe and the United States of about 4.8 million barrels per day of crude oil and refined petroleum products. Western allies backing a Saudi-led
coalition fighting the Houthis in Yemen expressed concern about the attacks, but have not indicated they would take action to secure the strait.
220,000dwt vessels will be the first ultra-large container ships to burn LNG and will measure 400 meters (1,312 feet) in length, 61.3 meters (201.1 feet) in breadth and 33.5 meters (110 feet) in depth. The vessels would
be the first ultra-large container ships with a breadth of 61.3 meters, requiring ship-to-shore cranes with an outreach of 24 boxes wide.
for its commitment to employee health and safety standards at its flagship gateway terminal, Sharjah Container Terminal (SCT), in Port Khalid. Recognising significant milestones in health and safety management systems
including best practices in leadership and workforce involvement, the RoSPA Awards scheme receives submissions from organisations around the world.
be aware of potential liabilities for fines in Australia on top of pollution clean up and damage claims. As at July 1, 2018, a majority of States (and the Northern Territory) have increased their penalty unit value in
accordance with their annual indexation adjustments. The Commonwealth has also completed its three year increase of the applicable penalty unit in accordance with the consumer price index.
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