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India: Vizhinjam Port receives ISPS Code, Crew Change to Commence
The Mercantile Marine Department, under the Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways, has conducted an ISPS Code inspection at Vizhinjam Port in Thiruvananthapuram. This inspection is a prerequisite for the port to receive certification. The ISPS Code ensures that appropriate security measures are in place for ships and ports... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Jun-2023



The Growing Need for More LNG Tankers in the Global Energy Transition
According to classification society Horizons, global consumption of coal reached a record high of over eight billion tons in 2022. This increase in demand for coal was primarily driven by developing countries opting for the cheap and readily available energy source... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Jun-2023



Challenges in Gulf of Guinea Anti-Piracy Efforts Require Attention
Piracy in the Gulf of Guinea has been on the decline since 2021, but concerns have arisen over the staffing, equipment, and financing needed to maintain anti-piracy efforts in the region. Martha Ama Akyaa Pobee, Assistant Secretary-General for Africa at the United Nations, highlighted these challenges during a Security Council meeting on June 22... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Jun-2023



UK: Implications for employers of the seafarers wages act 2023
The UK Government wishes to enhance the legal protection of seafarers working on those ships which regularly call at UK ports. Its flagship legislation in this regard is the Seafarers Wages Act 2023 (the Act)1 , which, once in force, is likely to have a significant impact on those operators whose ships regularly call at UK ports... -Lexology

Posted On:29-Jun-2023



Canada Opens Canadian Ships to More International Seafarers
Canada has signed agreements with Georgia, the Philippines, and the United Kingdom to allow their certified seafarers to work onboard Canadian vessels, part of an effort to fill a seafarer shortage in the country’s domestic fleet... -gCaptain

Posted On:29-Jun-2023



Panama Maritime Authority Cleans Up Fleet After Grey Listing
AMP has announced its commitment to cleaning up its fleet in order to prevent substandard Panama-flagged ships from being detained in foreign ports. This comes a week after Panama’s shipping registry was placed on the “grey list” of the Paris MOU, which aims to control ship safety and environmental standards in other countries’ ports. ... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Jun-2023



UAE Maritime Week concluded with a power-packed consortium of leading maritime entities, driving progress on a global scale
By facilitating knowledge sharing, networking, collaboration, and the signing of important agreements between public and private sectors, the 2023 edition of the UAE Maritime Week proved to be instrumental in driving the progress in the local and regional maritime industry... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:29-Jun-2023



Euro maritime group urges escrow provision reinstatement in Seafarers bill Magna Carta
THE Joint Maritime Committee (JMC) of the Dutch, German, Nordic and Norwegian Chambers of Commerce expresses deep concern over the escrow provision removal in the Senate version of the Magna Carta for Seafarers Bill, or Senate Bill (SB) 2221...  BusinessMirror

Posted On:29-Jun-2023



Saildrone’s 12 Ocean Drones: Game-changers in Hurricane Research and Forecasting
Saildrone plans to deploy a record-breaking 12 ocean drones during the 2023 Atlantic hurricane season to aid in the interception and study of large, destructive hurricanes. These drones will be used to support NOAA in advanced hurricane forecasting, focusing on the Atlantic tropics and the Gulf of Mexico... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Jun-2023



Italian companies Comau and Fincantieri collaborate to develop innovative welding robot
Italian companies Comau and Fincantieri have unveiled their latest joint collaboration at the Automatica event – the MR4Weld (Mobile Robot for Weld). This innovative outdoor automation solution is designed to enhance the quality, performance, and well-being of operators during labor-intensive welding activities... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Jun-2023



Innovation and skills critical to growth of maritime sector
Leaders of the £116bn UK maritime industry met in Liverpool for the fifth annual Maritime Exchange conference organised by Mersey Maritime and agreed investing in innovation and skills was critical to future growth. Technological innovation driven by a skilled workforce that is “fit for the future” is critical to the future growth of the UK’s £116bn maritime sector... -Liverpool Business News

Posted On:29-Jun-2023



Mediation Seeks to Prevent Norwegian Oil Workers' Strike
Last minute efforts were underway led by Norwegian government mediators yesterday to stave off a strike due to start at midnight impacting a dozen rigs and drilling vessels as well as some union members working on offshore platforms... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:29-Jun-2023



Data analysis: a game-changer for maritime industries
With more data becoming available from vessels, ports and supply chain systems, the maritime industry is using data analysis techniques to unlock valuable insights, enhance operational efficiency and make more informed decisions... -Riviera Maritime Media

Posted On:29-Jun-2023



ABS Approves Latest Liquified CO2 Vessels for PETRONAS, MOL & SDARI
New vessel designs to carry and store LCO2 from PETRONAS, MOL and Shanghai Merchant Ship Design and Research Institute (SDARI) have received approval in principle (AiP) from ABS. Designs for a 96,000m3 LCO2 floating storage and offloading (FSO) unit and an 87,000m3 LCO2 carrier were reviewed in accordance with the latest ABS Rules... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:29-Jun-2023



Marine surveyors blame boat mishaps on inadequacies
The Centre for Marine Surveyors, Nigeria, (CMSN) has blamed the inadequacies of safety and regulatory agencies in the maritime sector for the frequent boat accidents. Reacting to the recent boat accidents in Kwara and Calabar, the President of CMSN, Akin Olaniyan, said the boat mishaps witnessed in the country over the years had become one accident too many... -Guardian Nigeria

Posted On:29-Jun-2023



Bow section removal underway for sunken bulker OS 35 off Gibraltar.
The process to remove the wreck of the bulker OS 35, which sank off Gibraltar at the end of August 2022, has entered its next phase. Port officials had been waiting for favorable weather conditions to begin the operation, including calm seas and low wind. On June 28, the lifting of the bow section of the 584-foot long bulker commenced... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Jun-2023


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