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Container ship fire off Jakarta
Container ship KUALA MAS reported fire on board at 0730 WIB (UTC +7) Apr 27, near Pulau Norwana island, north of Jakarta, shortly after leaving Jakarta. 18 crew were evacuated, fire in superstructure said to be extinguished or under control by 1030 WIB, last known AIS was at 0030 UTC Apr 27 in position 06 00 S 106 52 E. The ship was bound for Malahayati, Aceh, north Sumatra, ETA Apr 30.

Posted On:28-Apr-2018



Danish ferry went adrift after mechanical breakdown
Danish ferry PRINCESS ISABELLA suffered mechanical failure while en route from Samso to Hou, Denmark, Kattegat, at around 1200 UTC Apr 27, and started to drift. Technicians were transferred on board, ferry resumed sailing at around 1430 UTC, and arrived at Hou at 1500 UTC.

Posted On:28-Apr-2018



152 Ships Sold to South Asian Yards in 1Q
From a total of 206 ships, which were broken in the first quarter of 2018, 152 ships were sold to the beaches of South Asia for breaking, according to NGO Shipbreaking Platform.
South Korean and UAE ship owners have sold the most ships to South Asian yards during the first quarter of 2018 with 14 beached vessels each, followed by Greek and Russian owners. Shipping companies from the United States beached 5 vessels. NGO Shipbreaking Platform informed that South Korean Sinokor is, for now, "the worst corporate dumper" with seven vessels beached in South Asia in 2018.

Posted On:28-Apr-2018



Grimaldi Inks USD 400 Mn Deal for Six RoRos
The Grimaldi Group from Italy has ordered the construction of six RoRo vessels from the Chinese Jinling shipyard. The sextet, worth USD 400 million, is scheduled for delivery in 2020, and forms part of the company s ambitious fleet expansion plan. The new buildings will be 238 meters long, featuring a beam of 34 meters and a gross tonnage of 64,000 tons. They will be able to transport over 7,800 linear meters of rolling units, equivalent to about 500 trailers.

Posted On:28-Apr-2018



Seabourn Ovation: Signed, Sealed, Delivered!
Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri has delivered Seabourn Ovation to Seabourn Cruise Line, a brand of the Carnival Corporation. Seabourn Ovation is the second ultra-luxury cruise ship which Fincantieri has built for the brand. It is the sister ship of Seabourn Encore, which departed Fincantieri s shipyard in Marghera (Venice) at the end of 2016. The 40,350 gross ton ship is 210 meters long and 28 meters wide and is able to reach a cruising speed of 18.6 knots. It has the capacity to carry up to 600 guests in 300 all-oceanfront suites.

Posted On:28-Apr-2018



Auction of Varun Resources ships fetches less than 5% of Rs.3844-cr dues
The liquidation of Varun Resources Ltd - once India s biggest liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) ship operator - moved a step closer with an Admiralty court in Mumbai auctioning six vessels, of the debt-laden firm, enbloc on Friday to the UK-based ship recycler NKD Maritime Pvt Ltd for Rs. 183 crore.
The highest bid of Rs.183 crore is less than five per cent of the Rs. 3,844 crore that Varun Resources owes to banks. The lenders will receive even less than Rs.183 crore after deducting outstanding crew wages and ship managers dues. There were individual valuations for the six ships which came to a total of Rs. 200 crore. And the highest bid for all six ships was placed by NKD Maritime for Rs.183 core, which was about 10 per cent less.

Posted On:28-Apr-2018



ESPO, together with more than 40 organisations, pleading for an increased CEF transport budget fo
his morning, a coalition of more than 40 European associations has handed over a Declaration to the European Commissioner for Budget & Human Resources, Gunther H. Oettinger, stressing the need for more money for transport in the new Multiannual Financial Framework. In particular, the organisations call for a stronger Connecting Europe Facility, the financial instrument to facilitate the completion of the TEN-T network.
The MFF4Transport coalition is representing all transport modes and nodes, infrastructure managers, operators, contractors, local and regional authorities, logistics service providers, shippers, users and equipment suppliers in the maritime, inland waterways, railways, road, cycling, aviation and intermodal sectors, as well as supporting industries and companies.

Posted On:28-Apr-2018



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UK Shipping and Port Industry needs to think smart to curb air pollution - by using proven technology
By plugging into the power grid with 100 per cent renewable electricity and turning off their diesel engines, ships at berth in the UK would reduce emissions equivalent to 84,000 to 166,000 diesel buses - or 1.2 million diesel cars representative of the current UK fleet.
The pressure is mounting for the UK to align with EU air pollution emission targets, and ships at berth need to cut their fuel consumption and port authorities and terminal operators need to integrate shore power capabilities in a simpler and more efficient way.
Schneider Electric supports decarbonisation through its business efforts, this has led to a sponsored study into the emissions from idling ships at berth in UK ports that affects the quality of the air we breathe.

Posted On:28-Apr-2018



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Cosco Shipping Ports Announces 86% Revenue Increase
This announcement is made by the Company on a voluntary basis to enhance the practice of good corporate governance and further promote the transparency and accountability of the Company. The Company currently intends to continue to publish quarterly financial and operational highlights in the future.
The board of directors of COSCO SHIPPING Ports Limited (the "Company") presents the unaudited condensed consolidated results of the Company and its subsidiaries (the "Group") for the three months ended 31 March 2018.

Posted On:28-Apr-2018



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