InterManager Daily News 27.05.2024.

1. Columbia Shipmanagement enhances global presence with new office in Dubai Columbia Shipmanagement , member of Columbia Group, is stepping up its presence in the Middle East with the launch of a new office in Dubai.Building on its 45 years of shipmanagement expertise, the strategic expansion will complement CSM’s existing operations in Saudi Arabia, aimed at strengthening the shipping industry and fostering partnerships across the region. Columbia Shipmanagement enhances global presence with new office in Dubai – Cyprus Shipping News
2. ICS Chairman Emanuele Grimaldi honoured at ESG Shipping Awards International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) Chairman and Managing Director of Grimaldi Group, Emanuele Grimaldi, was awarded the Honorary Recognition Award at the ESG Shipping Awards in recognition of his significant contribution to the global maritime industry. The second annual awards ceremony took place at the Grand Hyatt in Athens on the 20 May. ICS Chairman Emanuele Grimaldi honoured at ESG Shipping Awards – Cyprus Shipping News
3. Former shipping minister joins Project Full Circle crew The former Deputy Shipping Minister and founder of VisionDo Advisory Limited Vassilios Demetriades has joined the crew of Project Full Circle, the round the world powerboat record attempt.Vassilios Demetriades, will make the announcement today (Tuesday 21st May) that he is the project’s Global Ambassador and that he is also joining the Board of the Advanced Fuel Development, the company behind the revolutionary hybrid-fuel that will power the project. Former shipping minister joins Project Full Circle crew – Cyprus Shipping News
4. Crucial need for multicultural integration in global maritime sector, says e-Learning provider OneLearn Global The global maritime industry has long grappled with the complexities of managing multicultural crews and the integration of diverse nationalities is imperative, says leading e-Learning provider OneLearn Global. Crucial need for multicultural integration in global maritime sector, says e-Learning provider OneLearn Global – Cyprus Shipping News
5. DSG’s Seafarer DEIB Benchmarking initiative endorsed by maritime charities Maritime charities the International Seafarers’ Welfare and Assistance Network (ISWAN), the Mission to Seafarers, and Sailors’ Society have endorsed Diversity Study Group’s (DSG) benchmarking initiative that tracks crew demographics and year-on-year trends in seafarer psychological and physical safety and wellbeing. DSG will collaborate with maritime charities and participating ship operators — Anglo-Eastern Ship Management, Ardmore Shipping and Dorian LPG — to identify key impact points and utilise their DEI expertise to recommend sustainable solutions that will facilitate improved workplace culture and seafarer welfare. DSG’s Seafarer DEIB Benchmarking initiative endorsed by maritime charities – Cyprus Shipping News
6. Damen tug quartet to run on CMB.TECH hydrogen power CMB.TECH and Dutch shipbuilder Damen have signed an agreement to collaborate on hydrogen-powered ASD Tugs.These tugs will use CMB.TECH’s dual-fuel hydrogen technology and be built by Damen. The collaboration entails work on four initial vessels. Damen tug quartet to run on CMB.TECH hydrogen power – Splash247
7. Box spot rates ‘entering pandemic-level territory’ Drewry’s composite World Container Index increased 16% to $4,072 per feu this week, sustaining remarkable increases recorded throughout May and pushing box shipping back towards the all-time highs of the covid era earlier this decade. Box spot rates ‘entering pandemic-level territory’ – Splash247
8. China Conducts Mock Missile Strikes on Taiwan China staged mock missile strikes and dispatched fighter jets carrying live missiles along with bombers on Friday, state broadcaster CCTV said, as part of exercises Beijing has said were launched to punish Taiwan’s new president, Lai Ching-te.China Conducts Mock Missile Strikes on Taiwan
9. Baltimore Bridge Collapse: Wreckage Removal Continues Efforts to clear wreckage from the riverbed to restore the Federal Channel to its original dimensions are continuing in the Port of Baltimore after the reopening of the limited access channel to a width of 400 feet and a depth of 50 feet on Monday, May 20. Baltimore Bridge Collapse: Wreckage Removal Continues
10. The road ahead for Indian operations at Chabahar port in Iran India and Iran are eyeing the next steps for implementing their long-term agreement for Indian operations at Chabahar port, including acquisition of equipment and steps to increase the use of the facility for trans-shipment of goods to destinations such as Russia, people familiar with the matter said. Shipping Tribune

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