Jobships.com Candidates
Click here to
Search Job   Candidate
Click here to
login   Candidate
Click here to
Register
Employers Click
header img03 header img 04
header img05
Email Id :
 
Password :
    Close
Forgot Password? New Member Register  
header img07
header img08 header img09 header img10
header img11 header img12
header img13
Job Search
Close
 
header img 14 header img 14 header img 15
.:Maritime News :.
June-2024
24-Jun-2024 [14]
21-Jun-2024 [15]
20-Jun-2024 [14]
19-Jun-2024 [16]
18-Jun-2024 [14]
17-Jun-2024 [14]
14-Jun-2024 [15]
13-Jun-2024 [14]
12-Jun-2024 [14]
11-Jun-2024 [11]
10-Jun-2024 [11]
7-Jun-2024 [16]
6-Jun-2024 [14]
5-Jun-2024 [17]
4-Jun-2024 [12]
3-Jun-2024 [11]
May-2024
31-May-2024 [12]
30-May-2024 [14]
29-May-2024 [14]
28-May-2024 [12]
27-May-2024 [12]
24-May-2024 [14]
23-May-2024 [15]
22-May-2024 [11]
21-May-2024 [15]
20-May-2024 [12]
17-May-2024 [12]
16-May-2024 [16]
15-May-2024 [14]
14-May-2024 [12]
13-May-2024 [10]
10-May-2024 [14]
9-May-2024 [16]
8-May-2024 [14]
7-May-2024 [14]
6-May-2024 [10]
3-May-2024 [8]
2-May-2024 [12]
April-2024
30-Apr-2024 [15]
29-Apr-2024 [14]
26-Apr-2024 [11]
25-Apr-2024 [15]
24-Apr-2024 [14]
23-Apr-2024 [14]
22-Apr-2024 [10]
19-Apr-2024 [15]
12-Apr-2024 [14]
10-Apr-2024 [16]
8-Apr-2024 [8]
5-Apr-2024 [15]
4-Apr-2024 [14]
3-Apr-2024 [11]
2-Apr-2024 [14]
1-Apr-2024 [10]
March-2024
29-Mar-2024 [14]
28-Mar-2024 [19]
27-Mar-2024 [11]
26-Mar-2024 [17]
22-Mar-2024 [16]
21-Mar-2024 [17]
20-Mar-2024 [16]
19-Mar-2024 [16]
18-Mar-2024 [17]
15-Mar-2024 [12]
14-Mar-2024 [19]
13-Mar-2024 [15]
12-Mar-2024 [15]
11-Mar-2024 [10]
5-Mar-2024 [15]
4-Mar-2024 [14]
1-Mar-2024 [15]
February-2024
29-Feb-2024 [12]
28-Feb-2024 [17]
27-Feb-2024 [14]
26-Feb-2024 [16]
23-Feb-2024 [14]
22-Feb-2024 [17]
20-Feb-2024 [14]
19-Feb-2024 [17]
16-Feb-2024 [17]
15-Feb-2024 [17]
14-Feb-2024 [16]
13-Feb-2024 [17]
12-Feb-2024 [17]
9-Feb-2024 [20]
8-Feb-2024 [16]
7-Feb-2024 [19]
6-Feb-2024 [17]
5-Feb-2024 [12]
1-Feb-2024 [16]
January-2024
31-Jan-2024 [17]
30-Jan-2024 [12]
29-Jan-2024 [15]
25-Jan-2024 [12]
24-Jan-2024 [15]
23-Jan-2024 [10]
19-Jan-2024 [15]
18-Jan-2024 [15]
17-Jan-2024 [20]
16-Jan-2024 [14]
15-Jan-2024 [15]
12-Jan-2024 [11]
11-Jan-2024 [12]
10-Jan-2024 [17]
9-Jan-2024 [12]
8-Jan-2024 [11]
5-Jan-2024 [17]
4-Jan-2024 [17]
3-Jan-2024 [12]
2-Jan-2024 [17]
December-2023
29-Dec-2023 [12]
28-Dec-2023 [12]
27-Dec-2023 [14]
26-Dec-2023 [17]
22-Dec-2023 [15]
21-Dec-2023 [17]
20-Dec-2023 [14]
19-Dec-2023 [19]
18-Dec-2023 [22]
15-Dec-2023 [15]
14-Dec-2023 [15]
13-Dec-2023 [14]
12-Dec-2023 [19]
11-Dec-2023 [17]
8-Dec-2023 [16]
7-Dec-2023 [20]
6-Dec-2023 [15]
5-Dec-2023 [15]
4-Dec-2023 [19]
1-Dec-2023 [19]
November-2023
30-Nov-2023 [17]
29-Nov-2023 [17]
28-Nov-2023 [16]
27-Nov-2023 [12]
24-Nov-2023 [17]
23-Nov-2023 [17]
22-Nov-2023 [20]
21-Nov-2023 [14]
20-Nov-2023 [15]
17-Nov-2023 [16]
16-Nov-2023 [19]
13-Nov-2023 [17]
10-Nov-2023 [15]
9-Nov-2023 [17]
8-Nov-2023 [14]
7-Nov-2023 [16]
6-Nov-2023 [16]
3-Nov-2023 [17]
2-Nov-2023 [15]
1-Nov-2023 [16]
October-2023
31-Oct-2023 [16]
30-Oct-2023 [14]
27-Oct-2023 [12]
26-Oct-2023 [16]
25-Oct-2023 [15]
23-Oct-2023 [17]
20-Oct-2023 [15]
19-Oct-2023 [15]
18-Oct-2023 [16]
17-Oct-2023 [17]
16-Oct-2023 [16]
13-Oct-2023 [16]
12-Oct-2023 [14]
11-Oct-2023 [17]
10-Oct-2023 [15]
9-Oct-2023 [16]
6-Oct-2023 [15]
5-Oct-2023 [15]
4-Oct-2023 [16]
3-Oct-2023 [17]
September-2023
29-Sep-2023 [14]
28-Sep-2023 [12]
27-Sep-2023 [12]
26-Sep-2023 [12]
22-Sep-2023 [12]
21-Sep-2023 [12]
15-Sep-2023 [15]
14-Sep-2023 [15]
13-Sep-2023 [17]
12-Sep-2023 [15]
11-Sep-2023 [19]
8-Sep-2023 [15]
7-Sep-2023 [19]
6-Sep-2023 [19]
5-Sep-2023 [16]
4-Sep-2023 [20]
1-Sep-2023 [20]
August-2023
31-Aug-2023 [14]
30-Aug-2023 [19]
29-Aug-2023 [14]
28-Aug-2023 [22]
25-Aug-2023 [17]
24-Aug-2023 [19]
23-Aug-2023 [14]
22-Aug-2023 [14]
21-Aug-2023 [17]
18-Aug-2023 [19]
17-Aug-2023 [11]
16-Aug-2023 [21]
14-Aug-2023 [15]
11-Aug-2023 [21]
10-Aug-2023 [16]
9-Aug-2023 [21]
8-Aug-2023 [15]
7-Aug-2023 [15]
4-Aug-2023 [17]
3-Aug-2023 [16]
2-Aug-2023 [14]
1-Aug-2023 [17]
July-2023
31-Jul-2023 [14]
28-Jul-2023 [14]
27-Jul-2023 [14]
26-Jul-2023 [17]
25-Jul-2023 [14]
24-Jul-2023 [15]
21-Jul-2023 [20]
20-Jul-2023 [17]
19-Jul-2023 [14]
18-Jul-2023 [22]
17-Jul-2023 [17]
14-Jul-2023 [12]
13-Jul-2023 [17]
12-Jul-2023 [16]
11-Jul-2023 [16]
10-Jul-2023 [12]
7-Jul-2023 [17]
6-Jul-2023 [12]
5-Jul-2023 [14]
4-Jul-2023 [17]
3-Jul-2023 [12]
June-2023
30-Jun-2023 [17]
29-Jun-2023 [16]
28-Jun-2023 [19]
27-Jun-2023 [21]
26-Jun-2023 [19]
.: 12-Apr-2024 :. Search News
Displaying 1 to 14 of Records.
Page 1 of 1
 1  

Navigating India's Maritime Potential
Maritime security is of utmost significance to the world community as there are maritime concerns ranging from piracy at sea to illegal immigration and weapon smuggling. For India, maritime security is an important aspect of national security. View Sansad TV Special report here... -Insights IAS

Posted On:12-Apr-2024



Red Sea crisis drives Somali pirates into the Indian Ocean
Ship boardings have risen since November due to disrupted maritime traffic from Houthi attacks off the coast of Yemen. On March 15, an Indian navy destroyer in the Arabian Sea used a drone to confirm armed men had hijacked the MV Ruen bulk carrier. A 40-hour counterattack was launched involving a patrol ship, a drone, reconnaissance aircraft and Indian army commandos... -EL PAÍS USA

Posted On:12-Apr-2024



Maritime Industry Faces Growing Challenge of Drug Smuggling
The maritime industry faces a growing challenge of drug smuggling, with a 23% increase in global drug activity from 2011 to 2021. Traffickers are using innovative tactics, including hacking customs systems. Collaborative efforts like Operation TIN CAN and INTERPOL's I-RAID aim to combat trafficking effectively, while the Port Security Project strengthens port security frameworks... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Apr-2024



NTSB Updates Senate on M/V Dali Incident Investigation
Jennifer Homendy, chairwoman of the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), updated the US Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation on the ongoing investigation of the M/V Dali incident and Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse in Baltimore. Extensive interviews with crew members and stakeholders have been conducted, with a preliminary report expected in May... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Apr-2024



Panama Canal Authority Adjusts Operations for Dry Season End
As the dry season ends, the Panama Canal Authority is adjusting operations based on water levels in Gatun Lake. Increasing transit slots from 24 to 27 per day, they aim to normalize operations by 2025. However, success relies on rainfall patterns and potential restrictions due to water shortages. Long-term solutions are being explored... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Apr-2024



Mooring Line Incidents on the Rise, According to Gard’s Report
Marine insurer Gard warns of a rise in incidents involving mooring lines during high winds, particularly affecting large ships like cruise ships. Defective lines can lead to significant damage, environmental pollution, accidents, and even loss of life. Proper inspection, maintenance, and preparation are key to preventing these dangerous situations... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Apr-2024



Proud seafarers have strong doubts about the safety of autonomous ships
Despite their great trust in on-board autopilots, bridge officers do not believe that autonomous ships will make shipping safer. Moreover, the greater the professional commitment and pride of the bridge officers, the less confidence they have in automation increasing safety at sea. The maritime profession is among the world's oldest professions,.. -Tech Xplore

Posted On:12-Apr-2024



ClassNK Approves Mitsubishi’s Ammonia Fuel Supply
Mitsubishi Shipbuilding, a part of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Group, has received Approval in Principle from ClassNK for its ammonia fuel supply system (AFSS) developed for the X-DF-A engine by WinGD. This milestone aligns with the IMO's goal of achieving net zero greenhouse gas emissions in the maritime industry by 2050... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Apr-2024



USVs Utilized for Seafloor Mapping Expedition on US East Coast
US unmanned systems specialist saildrone has deployed two unmanned surface vehicles on the US East Coast for an ocean mapping mission. The vehicles will survey the north-central Gulf of Maine in support of NOAA deep-sea coral surveys, mapping an area never before mapped in high resolution. Equipped with safety features, they will operate separately... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Apr-2024



New Study Offers Safety Recommendations for Green Shipping Corridors
As the shipping industry continues to make progress toward its decarbonization goals, a number of green shipping corridors are being being set up as maritime routes that help to enable the use of low- and zero-emission lifecycle fuels such as methanol, ammonia and hydrogen, as well as other green technologies... -Maritime Logistics

Posted On:12-Apr-2024



Danish Government Bans Ship Scrubber Water Discharge by 2025
The Danish government has announced a ban on discharging scrubber water from ships into Danish waters starting July 1, 2025. Scrubber use has been linked to harmful substances in seawater. Ships must transition to low-sulfur fuel or closed scrubbers by 2025. Denmark aims to regulate maritime areas with regional conventions and push for international regulations... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Apr-2024



Panama Canal Authority Adjusts Operations for Dry Season End
As the dry season ends, the Panama Canal Authority is adjusting operations based on water levels in Gatun Lake. Increasing transit slots from 24 to 27 per day, they aim to normalize operations by 2025. However, success relies on rainfall patterns and potential restrictions due to water shortages. Long-term solutions are being explored... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Apr-2024



Maritime sector could shave emissions in switch from paper to digital documents
GSBN report examines adoption of electronic Bills of Lading and paperless solutions during the cargo release process. The proposed transition from paper documents to digital documentation processes in the shipping sector has the potential to create significant carbon reductions, according to a report from GSBN, which is a blockchain-based trade data exchange platform... -DC Velocity

Posted On:12-Apr-2024



UNCW to Expand Maritime Cybersecurity Program
UNCW worked with Congressman David Rouzer (NC-07) to secure $625,000 from the FY24 federal budget for “Maritime Cyber Security: Standards Advancement, Research, and Workforce Development.” Professor Ulku Clark is the principal investigator (PI) for this project and Professor Ron Vetter will serve as co-PI... -UNCW News

Posted On:12-Apr-2024


Help
WhatsApp
Phone
Email