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India ranks among the world’s top 5 shipbuilding nations
India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced plans to make his country a top-five shipyard hub, aiming to become one of the world’s leading shipbuilding and repairs nations. Currently outside the top-10 shipbuilding nations with a market share of less than 1%, India sees this as an opportunity for growth and invites investors and stakeholders to partner with India in its maritime growth journey... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Oct-2023



Finance Minister Calls on Banks to Collaborate with Shipping Ministry for Maritime Insurance
The Finance Minister has called on banks to collaborate with the Shipping Ministry to provide maritime insurance. This move aims to support the shipping industry and ensure the availability of insurance coverage for maritime activities. The Finance Minister emphasized the importance of the shipping sector to the economy and highlighted the need for banks to play a role in supporting its growth... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Oct-2023



Report finds ships racing through slow zones to protect right whales
A report by environmental group Oceana has revealed that more than 80% of ships along the U.S. East Coast sail through “slow zones” designated by environmental regulators to protect endangered North Atlantic right whales. Shipping accidents are one of the leading causes of death for these critically endangered whales, with only 340 remaining... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Oct-2023



Mumbai Cruise Terminal Likely to be Completed by 2024
Maharashtra, a state in India, offers numerous maritime advantages due to its expansive coastline and ports. With a coastline of 720 km, the state has two major ports, over 14 major and medium ports, as well as many bays, all of which contribute significantly to India’s maritime trade... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Oct-2023



Kochi Water Metro receives dual accolades at maritime summit
The Kochi Water Metro project has received two awards at the Global Maritime India Summit in Mumbai. The project was recognized for its efficient operation of a fleet of modern ferries and a well-connected terminal network along inland waterways. The awards were presented by Union Minister for Commerce and Industry, Piyush Goel, to the chief operations officer of KWML, Sajan P. John... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Oct-2023



A maritime-focused Human Factor toolkit is vital
Each ship is unique, and each ship’s bridge is different. But the common element is the human crew. A Human Factors approach can generate general guidance that would be applicable to numerous ship bridge and equipment designs. Overall, Human Factors can help to maximise the safety impact of safety lessons learned the hard way via incidents and accidents... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:20-Oct-2023



India Aims to Reach Europe and Central Asian Republics via Land and Sea Routes, Says Finance Minister
India’s Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman, highlighted the government’s focus on the maritime sector during the Global Maritime Indian Summit 2023. She mentioned that the Modi government has made efforts to prioritize the maritime sector, including concerns related to the blue economy, maintaining ships with the Indian flag, and training the workforce... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Oct-2023



Vizag Port Inks MoUs Valued at ₹2,718 Crore during Global Maritime India Summit in Mumbai
The Visakhapatnam Port Authority (VPA) has signed 16 Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) with various companies for projects worth ₹2,718 crore during the Global Maritime India Summit-2023. The agreements primarily focus on port-led industrialization, development, modernization, community development, and training programs... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Oct-2023



NATO Bolsters Baltic Sea Patrols in Response to Subsea Infrastructure Damage
NATO and its Allies are increasing patrols in the Baltic Sea in response to recent damage to undersea infrastructure in the region. The enhanced measures include additional surveillance and reconnaissance flights, deployment of minehunters, and the use of drones. NATO is closely monitoring the situation and maintaining close contact with Estonia, Finland, and Sweden to ensure the safety of its Allies... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Oct-2023



European Union intensifies efforts to combat drug trafficking at ports across Europe
The European Commission has adopted a roadmap to enhance efforts in combating drug trafficking and criminal networks in European ports. With a record 303 tonnes of cocaine seized in the European Union in 2021, the urgency of tackling this problem is evident... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Oct-2023



Training Collaboration between Maritime Skills Academy and NAPA
NAPA, a global provider of maritime software and data services, has partnered with Maritime Skill Academy to offer advanced stability training for seafarers and ship operators. The goal of this partnership is to make critical safety training more accessible and convenient, increasing the number of seafarers receiving such training... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Oct-2023



Salaya Port Set for $1 Billion Green Transformation by Essar Ports
Essar Ports plans to convert Salaya Port in Gujarat, India into a green port, with facilities for green hydrogen production, bio-fuel storage, and liquefied natural gas (LNG). The port, which currently handles mainly bulk cargo, will also have facilities for liquid and container cargo... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Oct-2023



Tanker industry challenges and opportunities by Lloyd's Register
In this interview, we speak with Nikos Michas, Global Tanker Segment Director at Lloyd's Register, about the current challenges and opportunities in the tanker segment. Nikos discusses the challenges of decarbonisation, the impact of geopolitical factors, and the new requirements for vetting inspections. He also shares his views on the state of the tanker market and how he sees it changing in the next few years... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:20-Oct-2023



Hyundai to Enhance Shipyard Productivity with Expanded Digital Automation
South Korea’s largest shipbuilding conglomerate, HD Hyundai’s HD Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering Co., is planning to accelerate the deployment of digital automation to improve shipyard productivity and address the lack of skilled labor. The company aims to become a “smart shipyard” by 2030... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Oct-2023



Cargo ship hit by mine, Black Sea, International mine sweeping operation
An unidentified cargo ship struck mine in Black sea and sustained damages, she had to sail to Odessa or Ilyichevsk for repairs, according to Ukrainian news outlets. The ship was hit most probably, on Oct 18, understood at the time of accident she was in Danube Delta area. The ship might be identified as bulk carrier IDA, according to ships tracks and video, but it is not confirmed... -FleetMon

Posted On:20-Oct-2023


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