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Campbell Shipping Recognized By The International Maritime Organization
Campbell Shipping Recognized By The International Maritime Organization  thebahamasweekly.comFull coverage

Posted On:16-Dec-2017



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Turkey to launch new maritime traffic system in 2019
Turkey to launch new maritime traffic system in 2019  Yeni Safak EnglishFull coverage

Posted On:16-Dec-2017



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Crude oil tanker attacked, robbed in Singapore Strait
Aframax KORO SEA was attacked by pirates in Singapore Strait abeam of Changi Airport, Singapore, at around 2000 LT Dec 13, while under way in eastern direction, en route from Saudi Arabia to China. Four pirates armed with knives boarded tanker, which apparently has low freeboard being in full load, and came into engine room, assaulting duty oiler. Alarm was raised, pirates fled with some stolen engine spare parts. Oiler was slightly injured.

Posted On:16-Dec-2017



Ferry collided with yacht, 3 people thrown into water, Sydney
Manly s ferry NARRABEEN collided with sailing yacht at around 1440 LT Dec 16 in Sydney Harbor near Fort Denison, Australia. Three passengers were thrown overboard, rescued and treated for chest and leg injures. Not clear where those thrown overboard were, on yacht or on ferry. On photo damaged in collision yacht. Ferry probably, suffered some dents and scratches.

Posted On:16-Dec-2017



Norwegian freighter on tow after strenuous night, Atlantic
General cargo vessel FAME in adverse weather conditions lost power and started to drift at around 1700 UTC Dec 14 west of Scottish Hebridean island of Lewis and Harris, North Atlantic, while en route from Stromness. Vessel drifted in southern direction throughout all night Dec 15, with lifeboats nearby and 5 crew refusing to leave vessel. At around 1000 UTC Dec 15 vessel was taken on tow by offshore tug IEVOLI BLACK (IMO 9439242), to be towed to port on Lewis island. At 1200 UTC Dec 15 caravan was moving almost due north, at some 4 knots speed.

Posted On:16-Dec-2017



SASAC Gives Nod to COSCO Shipping s USD 1.9 Bn Share Plan
SASAC has approved COSCO Shipping Holdings USD 1.9 billion share issuance plan.

Posted On:16-Dec-2017



Cargotec to Split Smart Ocean Technology Division into Two
Cargotec to Split Smart Ocean Technology Division into Two  Maritime ProfessionalFull coverage

Posted On:16-Dec-2017



JBIC open to support setting up LNG terminals in India
The Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) is open to supporting the setting up of liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals in India, its visiting Governor Akira Kondoh has said. "We (JBIC) have started approaching various government departments in India, extending our support for setting up of LNG terminal infrastructure," Kondoh told BusinessLine in an interview ...

Posted On:16-Dec-2017



Credits: www.hellenicshippingnews.com

Ghana s bright position in the growing port industry in Africa
The Acting General Manager, Business Development at the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority, Samuel Ntow Kummi says Ghana s ports are keeping pace with global trend in the International Port Business. This he said is evident in the expansion of both the Tema and Takoradi Ports in addition to the massive investment in technology at the ...

Posted On:16-Dec-2017



Credits: www.hellenicshippingnews.com

Beira port container terminal increases
The central Mozambican port of Beira has more than tripled its capacity to handle containers, reports said on Wednesday. Reports from Mozambique said Deputy Transport Minister Manuela Rebelo on Tuesday inaugurated five new access lanes to the container terminal. The increased facility of movement to and from the terminal, and a three hectare increase in ...

Posted On:16-Dec-2017



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India s container capacity at 12 ports is less than 1/4th of single Chinese port of Shanghai: ASSOCHAM
India’s total containerized cargo capacity of 8.75 million TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units) at all its 12 major ports, a key indicator of a country’s integration with global supply chain for value-added manufactured goods, is less than a quarter of containerized goods handled at China’s single port of Shanghai, making it imperative for us to do ...

Posted On:16-Dec-2017



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IFRS 15 transition arrangements for shipping
With the introduction of a new accounting standard, how to incorporate the changes that arise from its initial application may give rise to issues which can be very challenging. This is something that shipping companies will have to consider. This can involve: technical problems, arising from the application of a new standard to previous transactions; ...

Posted On:16-Dec-2017



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