to be low in the first half of 2018, despite one grounding with a cost of USD 25 million in the first quarter of the year. The overall claims frequency continued its positive trend and stabilized at a relatively low level. Cefor
said that, although it is too early to conclude for the whole year 2018, the general trend over the last eight years has been a stabilization of the total loss frequency at low levels, with some oscillation between 0.05% and 0.10%.
12 nautical miles off the French coast, as seamen allegedly hurled rocks, smoke bombs and other projectiles at their adversaries. The British boats were reportedly outnumbered seven-to-one by French vessels.
the authoritys Single Investment Fund and will allow the project, that will enable the worlds largest cruise ships to dock at Liverpool and create 500 new jobs, to move forward. The first phase of construction on the
new terminal started in May this year, as site investigations were undertaken to understand the geology of the bedrock on which the new terminal complex will be constructed.
concerted and repeated efforts, the GCPI and the families of the deceased crewmembers, very little progress has been achieved, and the vessel remains at Umm Qasr. No quantified claims have been filed at court, even 12 months after the incident, so it has not
been possible for security for the claims to be provided to enable the ship and crew to leave.
Insurance (IUMI). Helle Hammer, IUMIs chair of its policy forum stated:The marine insurance sector, like all sectors, wants to see enhanced safety for ships operating in Arctic waters. We would strongly encourage an improved
infrastructure to provide the required level of search and rescue capacity alongside suitable places of refuge.
from deputy defence minister to shipping minister, replacing Panagiotis Kouroumblis. Kouvelis was a founding member of the Greek Left Party and prior to his role as deputy defence minister he served as minister for justice.
seen by Splash and sent on behalf of the bereaved families to the CEO of Vale, Fabio Schwartsman, the miners commitment to corporate social responsibility was questioned. Are you (Vale S.A.) really serious about Social
Responsibility and Sustainability of the company ?, the email questioned, going on to ask whether Vale knew of the decrepit state of the Stellar Daisy, before its final fateful voyage.
of injuries, a coast guard official told Reuters. The Eleftherios Venizelos, carrying 875 passengers and 141 crew, was sailing off the island of Hydra when it notified the coast guard around midnight (2100 GMT) that a
car parking compartment had caught fire.
time. High crude prices, tight availability of compliant fuels, and investment in research and development are among issues that will combine to drive up the cost of complying with IMO 2020, said Simon Bergulf, director for regulatory
affairs at A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S, the Copenhagen-based operator of hundreds of container ships and smaller craft like tug boats.
requests. The union is seeking a 5 percent increase for ferry crews under a collective bargaining agreement as it deems the hike is long overdue since there were no wage increases for eight years.
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