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Indo-Russian talks on new eastern maritime corridor to begin today
The eastern maritime corridor holds immense potential for enhancing trade ties between India and the Russian Federation. Union Shipping Minister Sarbananda Sonowal will inaugurate the India-Russia workshop in Chennai for operationalisation of the eastern maritime corridor, linking Chennai and other ports on the east coast with Vladivostok and far east ports of Russia, on Wednesday... -The New Indian Express

Posted On:24-Jan-2024



IMO urges immediate release of Galaxy Leader and its crew
Secretary-General Dominguez condemned attacks on international shipping in the Red Sea and called for the immediate release of the hijacked car carrier Galaxy Leader and its crew. The vessel, owned by Ray Car Carriers and chartered by NYK, has been held hostage by Houthi Militia in Yemen, sparking a crisis in the region... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jan-2024



One Greek Crew Member Freed from Iranian Oil Tanker
One crew member of the oil tanker St. Nikolas has been freed after being captured by Iran in the Gulf of Oman last week. The tanker belonged to Empire Navigation and was escorted to the Iranian port of Bandar Abbas after being intercepted while transporting 145,000 tons of oil from Iraq to Turkey... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jan-2024



Ship Abandonments: Seafarers Owed Millions in Unpaid Wages
Ship abandonments increased by 11% last year, with seafarers being treated like modern-day slaves, according to the International Workers Federation (ITF). Abandonments reached 132 in 2023, leaving hundreds of seafarers owed wages of more than $12m. Indian seafarers were the most affected, representing 400 of nearly 1,700 people who contacted the union... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jan-2024



Recruiting seafarers is increasingly challenging: Danica
Recruitment of seafarers is getting harder according to a survey of crew managers conducted by Danica Crewing Specialists. According to Danica, nearly half of those responding reported they are finding it more difficult to recruit crew of the calibre they need for their ships, while more than 70% of crew managers said their job has become more difficult within the past two years... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:24-Jan-2024



Cochin Shipyard's Global Expansion: A Maritime Milestone
Cochin Shipyard, a prominent player in India's maritime industry, is set to make waves on the global stage with its ambitious expansion. The launch of a cutting-edge dry dock and repair facility marks a significant leap for the shipyard, propelling it towards international prominence. This strategic move is poised to enhance Cochin Shipyard's capabilities,.. -Construction World

Posted On:24-Jan-2024



Britain claims recent strikes on Houthi targets in Yemen have successfully destroyed intended objectives
U.S. and British forces carried out attacks in Yemen, targeting Houthi capabilities against ships in the Red Sea. The Houthis responded in solidarity with Palestinians amid the Israel-Gaza conflict. The campaign aims to weaken the Houthis but falls short of defeating the group or directly targeting Iran... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jan-2024



New Zealand to Enhance Maritime Security in the Red Sea
New Zealand Prime Minister Christopher Luxon announced deploying a six-member defence team to the Middle East to enhance maritime security in the Red Sea. This move aligns with efforts to address the Iranian-allied Houthi group’s attacks on civilian ships, in response to Israel’s Gaza military campaign... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jan-2024



Singapore’s Ship Registry Surpasses 100 Million Gross Tonnage Milestone
The Singapore Registry of Ships (SRS) has achieved a milestone of 100 million gt with the naming of the 156,000 gt, Eagle Veracruz. Administered by the Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), the SRS is home to over 4,000 vessels and plays a crucial role in enhancing Singapore’s value-add as an international maritime center... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jan-2024



Flag State Performance Improvements Highlighted in ICS Report
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has released its 2023/2024 Flag State Performance Table Report, showing positive performance by many flag states. However, some, like Togo, Algeria, and the Comoros, continue to record negative indicators. Guy Platten, ICS Secretary General, emphasizes the need for shipowners to thoroughly assess flag states before registration... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jan-2024



ABS introduces a comprehensive strategy to promote innovation in maritime designs
ABS has introduced a comprehensive approach to support the development of the next generation of designs and equipment driven by decarbonization and digitalization. The Marine Vessel Rules now include a standardized risk-based methodology and functional requirements, enabling the safe and rapid adoption of innovation and technology... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jan-2024



The impact of Red Sea disruptions on the European economy
Iran-backed Houthi fighters' attacks in the Red Sea have disrupted shipping, impacting the Suez Canal route between Asia and Europe. Although it has not had a major impact on the European economy yet, continued disruptions could derail central banks' interest rate plans, with potential inflation and cost repercussions... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jan-2024



The Rise Of Alternative-Fuel-Powered Vessels In Today’s Marine Industry
Marine industry companies—whether they focus on workboats, transportation vessels or marine construction ships—have similar objectives: grow the business, stay current with new technologies, gain a competitive edge and protect our environment. Current marine market trends include adopting alternative fuels, acquiring new vessels,.. -The Waterways Journal

Posted On:24-Jan-2024



Dredger Ginger Sinks in Mykolaiv Port, Ukraine, Causing Petroleum Spill
A dredger, the Ginger, sank at the port of Mykolaiv, Ukraine, causing a petroleum spill. Environmental monitoring is ongoing, with the State Environmental Inspectorate reporting a significant increase in water pollution. Cleanup efforts have not yet commenced, adding to the environmental challenges in the war-torn country... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jan-2024



Scaffolding on Ship Side Collapses in Monfalcone Shipyard, Worker Severely Injured
A scaffolding and hoist attached to the side of the ship “Mein Schiff Relax” collapsed on Friday, January 19th, around 8:30 a.m. The incident took place at Fincantieri’s Monfalcone Shipyard in Italy, in the area where the Mein Schiff Relax is being constructed. The accident led to a 23-year-old contractor being trapped under the collapsed scaffolding... -FleetMon

Posted On:24-Jan-2024


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