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India and Maldives jointly unveil navigation chart
As part of increased maritime cooperation, India and Maldives have jointly unveiled a navigation chart. This is the first such navigation chart produced by both countries. It was unveiled during India’s Chief of the Naval Staff (CNS) Admiral R Hari Kumar’s visit to Maldives... -WION

Posted On:21-Apr-2022



Bimco adopts net zero GHG by 2050, charterer pays positions
Bimco has updated its greenhouse gas (GHG) position statement to support net zero carbon for shipping by 2050. The position raises Bimco’s ambitions beyond the International Maritime Organization’s initial GHG strategy, which targets a 50% reduction in total GHG emissions by 2050. Bimco said it continues to support the vision and objectives of that strategy but that it believes ambitions should be higher... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:21-Apr-2022



IMB warns, Gulf of Guinea still at risk of piracy
The ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has warned that the Gulf of Guinea remains at risk of piracy attacks and crew kidnappings despite the decline in incidents. Disclosing this in its latest global piracy report, IMB said seafarers in West African water are at risk following reports of armed robberies within the anchorage waters of Angola and Ghana as well as the hijacking of a product tanker off the coast of Ivory Coast... -Guardian Nigeria

Posted On:21-Apr-2022



ITF Says Inspectors Denied Welfare Checks of P&O Ferries Replacement Crew at Dover Port
The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) said its inspectors were denied the ability to conduct welfare checks for replacement crew members on board P&O Ferries in the Port of Dover. The checks come after P&O Ferries, which is owned by Dubai-based DP World, abruptly fired some 800 UK-based ferry workers last month and replaced them with cheaper labor... -gCaptain

Posted On:21-Apr-2022



Ship brokers seek libreralised maritime policy for job creation
The Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers (ICS), Nigerian chapter, has stressed the need to liberalise maritime trade policy in order to attract foreign investors, produce economic benefits, job creation and related maritime service providers in Nigeria. The Institute said that this would enhance the economic growth and development of maritime in the country... -New Telegraph Newspaper

Posted On:21-Apr-2022



Why Are Frontline Workers Really Quitting?
The supply chain workforce shortage is a household problem. Empty shelves, late deliveries, and out-of-stock supplies are affecting the entire nation. Much of it is rooted in one simple fact: Brands can’t hire and retain enough frontline workers. With turnover hitting over 55 percent in 2021, businesses are trying to better understand the hourly employee... -Inc.

Posted On:21-Apr-2022



India presses for regional contingency plan for oil spills, tests nat’l response off Goa
Given the large number of vessels transiting the Indian Ocean Region with oil and hazardous chemicals, the Indian Coast Guard on Wednesday urged friendly nations to consider a regional oil spill contingency plan along the lines of India’s National Oil Spill Disaster Contingency Plan (NOS-DCP). Director general of the Indian Coast Guard, V S Pathania said that any oil spill in Indian waters or neighbouring countries will affect all the nations... -Times of India

Posted On:21-Apr-2022



Mines and wrecks leave 500 seafarers and 84 ships stranded at Ukraine ports
More than 500 crew members remain trapped in Ukrainian ports following the Russian invasion, according to latest figures from the International Maritime Organization. Speaking at the opening of the IMO’s Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) meeting, secretary general Kitack Lim admitted that plans to establish a Blue Safe Maritime Corridor for ships trapped by the war have failed to get off the ground... -TradeWinds

Posted On:21-Apr-2022



US container prices tumble as yards overflow with empties
Container prices in the US have fallen dramatically in recent months and will fall further, according to Container xChange. The company’s analysis showed that in LA, 40ft HC containers had fallen from $3467 in late February 2022 to $2754 in April 2022, while 20ft DC containers were at an average price of $1661 in April 2022, down from highs of $3080 late in August 2021... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:21-Apr-2022



After months stuck on a merchant ship, Ukrainian sailors finally touch land
The seven Ukrainian sailors who’ve been stuck on a merchant ship docked in Philadelphia as Russia invaded their country have finally been allowed to go ashore — presumably into the embrace of Philadelphia’s Ukrainian community of Philadelphia. The seafarers left the ship Wednesday morning and were headed to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection office in Old City... -Stars and Stripes

Posted On:21-Apr-2022



Philippines: 3 seafarers, who fled from ’hell’ on Chinese vessel, return to Bacolod
Three seafarers, who escaped from what they described as hell-like working conditions on a Chinese fishing vessel, returned to this city on Tuesday, April 19. Edwin Ursula, 27, and Richard Amar, 25, both from this city; and Nick Avelino, 24, of Murcia, thanked Bacolod mayoral candidate Alfredo “Albee” Benitez and his brother Rep. Francisco Benitez for facilitating their return from Fiji... -INQUIRER.net

Posted On:21-Apr-2022



Flag state’s role in decarbonising the shipping industry
A major challenge facing shipowners today is: how are we going to meet the new MARPOL Annex VI requirements? This debate around maritime decarbonisation will shape the course of the industry for decades to come. The maritime industry has to decide now how to best address these upcoming regulations; whether they implement new technologies, switch to new fuel sources, and/ or change their existing operational methods... -LNG Industry

Posted On:21-Apr-2022



Fishing boat sinks off Dubai, Police rescue Lebanese family
When he took his family for a fishing cruise, Lebanese expat Imad Abdallah had never imagined that their boat would sink and they would end up swimming in the sea for 45 minutes and finally be miraculously rescued by Dubai Police. The near-drowning experience reminded him of scenes from the movie Titanic. “But, thankfully none of us drowned like the hero. It was a miracle,” he told Gulf News while recounting the deep sea horror... -Gulf News

Posted On:21-Apr-2022



Bulk carrier to change Ukrainian crew before visiting Russian port, as a precaution
Capesize bulk carrier VITUS BERING stopped short of port of destination, Murmansk, some 15 nm off easternmost Norway, with the intention of changing 12 of its’ crew via Vardo port Norway, writes Norwegian news agency NRK on Apr 20. 12 crew, all of Ukrainian nationality, are to be replaced. NRK believes Ukrainian sailors don’t want to visit Russian port, while Vardo Traffic Control Center says no explanation was given in crew change notice and application... -Fleetmon

Posted On:21-Apr-2022