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India’s COVID-19 surge rocks global shipping
India’s huge new wave of COVID-19 infections has hit the international shipping industry, which relies on the country for seafarers, as crews come down with the disease and ports deny entry to vessels... -Financial Review
Egyptian court rejects appeal for release of Ever Given
A court in Egypt has rejected the appeal made by Shoei Kisen Kaisha, the owner of Ever Given, for the release of the containership and return to its country of origin... -offshore-energy.biz
Danish Shipping: Fleet-based CO2 compliance is a shorter way for green transition
The path to lower CO2 emissions from ships could be shorter by choosing a fleet-based approach to efficiency requirements, a new analysis prepared for Danish Shipping by CE Delft shows.
UN launches key initiative to protect seafarers human rights amid COVID-19 crisis
Around 200,000 cargo ship crew members are stranded at sea, beyond the length of their contracts due to COVID-19 restrictions, placing a major strain on their physical and mental health... -UN News
OneLearn Global signs up to the Neptune Declaration on Seafarer Wellbeing and Crew Change
Recently launched OneLearn Global, created to provide modern-day training solutions to serve the maritime, energy, hospitality and industrial sectors, has immediately signed up to the Neptune Declaration on Seafarer Wellbeing and Crew Change... -Sea News
Foss Builds First US Tug With Autonomous Capabilities
The new ASD harbor tug will be the first in the United States to integrate autonomous systems into real-world commercial operations, and it marks a significant milestone for the small but growing class of autonomy-equipped workboats on the global market... -The Maritime Executive
Maritime disasters: What is the solution?
he perpetrators are often acquitted because the government does not have a strong role to play in investigating and prosecuting these accidents. The movement of the deadly cargo responsible for the recent Narayanganj launch sinking was not approved... -theindependentbd.com
BV Assigns Full Suite of Smart Ship Notations to Furetank s FURE VINGA
Bureau Veritas (BV), a world leader in testing, inspection, and certification, has, for the first time, assigned the complete suite of smart ship class notations to a 17,997 dwt chemical tanker, Furetank’s FURE VINGA... -The Maritime Executive
Former crew member campaigns to stop sale of historic Coast Guard cutter to Indonesia
A Coast Guard cutter with an historic tie to 9/11 may be headed to Indonesia, but a former crew member wants it preserved as a memorial to the terrorist attacks in New York City... -Stars and Stripes
Seafarer rescue: Large brands adopt checklist to bring crew home
Unilever Plc and other big retail brands are among consumer giants adopting a toolkit to audit their shipping supply chains in an effort to help bring seafarers stuck on commercial vessels back home and eliminate human rights risks... -Aljazeera.com
New Indicator Seeks to Quantify and Inform Crew Change Crisis
More than a year after the global shipping industry came together to highlight the plight of seafarers and the challenges to global trade due to the pandemic, the crew change crisis remains unresolved... -The Maritime Executive
Rolls-Royce Launches First mtu Marine Summit
What role can shipping play in preventing further global warming? How can we protect the environment and also run profitable businesses?... These questions and more will be discussed at the first virtual mtu Marine Summit, 18-20 May... -The Maritime Executive
Indian Master hospitalized, crew under quarantine, same story
Tanker ARK PROGRESS arrived at Dumai, Indonesia, Malacca Strait, on Apr 28, from New Mangalore, India, for a cargo of palm oil. Several days later Master complained of having breath difficulties and fever, he was taken to hospital and sure ... Original post at FleetMon.com, 2021-05-06 17:14:53 ... Read here
Sweden launches first inland shipping shuttle service
Sweden s first inland waterway container barge shuttle service launches this month to reduce road congestion and carbon dioxide emissions.