gas. The 5,000 dwt Key Fighter trades between Norwegian ports carrying vegetable oils, according to NRK. She is managed by Fjord Shipping of Måløy, Norway and owned by Sea Tank Chartering of Bergen. At the time of the accident,
the Fighter was under way from Norway to the UK on a ballast transit, and maintenance work was being performed on board.
have finally sought to get their balance sheets into order. The huge clear-out and consolidation has seen famous brands such as Rickmers Shipmanagement, Conti Group and Ahrenkiel Steamship all sink without trace. The German
fleet has contracted by one third in terms of ships in the space of the past six years and many experts suspect the consolidation period is far from over.
have stranded other unpaid crews here. Though working in British waters between British ports, foreign ships are cheaper and use foreign labour, with a disastrous effect on British sailors.
Yung-Fa Foundation, home of the charity set up by the Evergreen founder. Chang passed away in January 2016 aged 88. Born in 1927, the son of a seafarer, Chang began his maritime career at the age of 14, working for Japanese
line Miname Nippon Steamships office in the city of Keelung in northern Taiwan. Taiwan at the time was under Japanese control.
by the shipper as being Ammonium Nitrate Based Fertilizer (Non-hazardous) and not liable to self-sustaining decomposition, suffered cargo decomposition that led to rising temperatures in the cargo holds and the generation of toxic gases. The decomposition
progressed, the vessels Master took the decision to evacuate the crew and the vessel was declared a constructive total loss.
Aaron Bresnahan, vice president marine solutions, Wartsila; Paddy Rodgers, CEO of tanker giant Euronav; Wolfgang Hintzsche, marine director at the German Shipowners Association; Lars Robert Pederson, Bimcos deputy secretary general and moderator Kirsi Tikka
from ABS explored IMO 2020 from multiple perspectives.
he boarded and that it was different to their plan. This meant the harbor pilot and the bridge crew did not have a shared understanding of how the ships passage was to proceed. The ships route and speeds down the channel were
discussed between the pilot and master, but they did not compare the ships passage plan with the pilots plan.
from Tagbiliran, Bohol with 97 passengers, 27 crew and four rolling cargoes on board when the incident occurred. Once informed of the fire, the coast guard sent a multi-role response vessel BRP Capones to render necessary
assistance. The passengers and crew of the ferry were transferred to the landing craft tank Miami, which was plying nearby the incident area.
the news was devastating, and the port is providing support for the man’s family, friends and staff. The company and WorkSafe are both investigating. The incident occurred despite Union calls for enforceable regulations
and improved safety standards on the New Zealand waterfront, following three deaths in New Zealand in 2017.
its vessel sharing agreement partners, are switching their IPAK service from calling at Felixstowe to London Gateway. Noting the service interruptions at Felixstowe the container line said: MSC has therefore been implementing
a number of contingency measures to ease the impact of these interruptions on our customers.
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