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India: APM Terminals Pipavav Reports 14% Increase in Q1FY24 Profit
APM Terminals Pipavav, a major port in western India, has reported a 14% increase in net profit for the first quarter of the fiscal year ending June 2023. The company’s consolidated net profit was INR 678.26 million, compared to INR 593.39 million in the same period last year... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Aug-2023



Zero-emission maritime shipping gets a boost
A new international partnership of retail companies aims to aggregate demand by the maritime shipping industry for zero-emission maritime fuels. The Zero Emission Maritime Buyers Alliance (ZEMBA) includes the nonprofit Aspen Institute, Patagonia, European coffee company Tchibo, mega-retailer Amazon and IKEA... -GreenBiz

Posted On:11-Aug-2023



British Antarctic Survey launches HVO trial
The British Antarctic Survey (BAS) is trialling hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO) supplied by Certas Energy on the world-renowned RRS Sir David Attenborough. Emissions from shipping activities account for approximately 60% of the carbon footprint of BAS and transitioning to low-carbon fuels offers a practical and immediate opportunity to decarbonise its marine operations... -Biofuels International Magazine

Posted On:11-Aug-2023



Many forms of illicit activity against seafarers: ITF
The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) in Respecting the human rights of seafarers in global supply chains presents various forms of illicit activities against seafarers. Despite international minimum wages being set relatively very low, shipowners or operators consistently attempt to underpay or withhold pay from seafarers for work already done... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:11-Aug-2023



Greek Company Convicted for Safety & Environmental Violations
Greek company Zeus Lines Management SA has been ordered to pay $2.25 million for safety and environmental violations aboard the tanker ship Galissas, which was bound for the United States. The company was found guilty of failing to report a hazardous condition and illegally dumping oily bilge water at sea without proper treatment... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Aug-2023



India: River Tourism Coming Soon to Bihar’s Ganga River
Bihar will soon offer river tourism experiences on the Ganga river with the introduction of two Ro-Ro vessels in Patna and Bhagalpur. The service in Patna will start in a week, while the service in Bhagalpur is awaiting approval from the Forest Department due to its location in the Vikramshila Gangetic Dolphin Sanctuary... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Aug-2023



Hydrogen Power-Sharing: A Key Solution for Maritime Decarbonization
Marine decarbonization is a critical issue that requires global action. The marine sector is responsible for 3% of global emissions and carries 90% of the world’s trade through its 50,000 merchant ships. If emissions are not addressed, they are projected to increase to 17% due to the growth of commerce and reliance on the marine industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Aug-2023



Italian Naval Ship On Indian Waters After 11 Years
Italian marine patrol vessel ITS Francesco Morosini is on a port call to Mumbai after a decade of strained Indo-Italian relationship. Italian marines Salvatore Girone and Massimiliano Latorre were arrested by India for gunning down the unarmed men off the southern Indian coast in February 2012 while protecting an Italian oil tanker Enrica Lexie... -Free Press Journal

Posted On:11-Aug-2023



Warning Issued Over Increase in Sea Robberies in Singapore Strait
A new warning was issued after a rash of robberies aboard bulkers underway in the Singapore Strait. The monitoring and reporting organization ReCAAP based in Singapore is reporting four incidents in the past three days with a strong increase in incidents so far in 2023... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:11-Aug-2023



UK Govt. spends £230m with P&O and its owner after condemning sacking of 800
At Port of Dover the peak summer season is in full swing. P&O Ferries operates four ships here, shuttling passengers and freight between the UK and France, across the busiest shipping lane in the world. The company’s fortunes appear to be dramatically improving. Traffic has almost returned to pre-pandemic levels, customers are coming back... -STV News

Posted On:11-Aug-2023



Spiritual Wellness focus: A quick look at the different types of meditation
In the 21st century, there are many references to the value of maintaining good mental health. In particular, following the traumatic experience of the Covid-19 pandemic, many people are suffering from severe anxiety and other mental health problems. For many, the solution to any kind of anxiety disorder is meditation... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:11-Aug-2023



Multiple Incidents of Ship Robberies Reported in Singapore Strait
Four incidents of piracy were reported in the eastbound lane of the Singapore Strait from August 7-9, 2023. The first incident occurred off Tanjung Tondong, Indonesia, while the other three incidents took place in the Philip Channel, off Cula Island, Indonesia. All four incidents involved bulk carriers being targeted while underway in the traffic separation scheme... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Aug-2023



KVH Joins ISWAN And Its Worldwide Commitment To Seafarer Welfare
KVH is proud to announce its membership in ISWAN (The International Seafarers’ Welfare and Assistance Network). ISWAN is committed to improving the welfare of seafarers around the world, and KVH will contribute to its mission with a continued focus on innovative technology, services, and content that enhance crew wellbeing... -Marine Insight

Posted On:11-Aug-2023



Expert lifts lid on investigation into costly Suez Canal blockage
Last month, PMA released its official investigation into one of the most financially costly maritime accidents in recent history. In March 2021, a massive container ship, the Ever Given, was grounded in the Suez Canal and blocked it for a week. The obstruction threw global supply chains into disarray and held up almost US$10 billion worth of trade... -Insurance Business

Posted On:11-Aug-2023



Panama-flagged tanker catches fire near Iranian coast
DUBAI, Aug 10 (Reuters) - A Panama-flagged tanker called White Pearl has caught fire near Assaluyeh on Iran's Gulf coast, Iranian state media reported on Thursday, adding that all crew members were safe. "Twenty-two of the ship's crew have been rescued by Iranian rescue teams after the ship's captain requested assistance from the port authorities," state TV quoted... -TV  Reuters

Posted On:11-Aug-2023



Safety Threats & Mitigation for Portable Power Tools
The Britannia P&I Club has highlighted the safety risks associated with improper usage of portable power tools on board ships. Neglecting safety guidelines for these tools can lead to injuries, including fatalities, which could have been prevented. The Club identifies several common issues, such as the removal or modification of safety guards, tampering with safety cut-out devices, and poor general maintenance of electrical tools... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Aug-2023



Maritime Careers: How to Get Ahead in Shipbroking
Want to set yourself apart from the crowd? Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers Chairman Glenn Murphy offers this advice to young shipbrokers In the bustling world of global trade, shipbrokers play a crucial role in facilitating seamless transactions and ensuring the smooth movement of goods across vast oceans... -MarineLink

Posted On:11-Aug-2023



Marine heat wave reaches B.C. coast
A marine heat wave that formed in the waters of the Pacific Ocean about 1,000 kilometres offshore has made its way to the B.C. coast, bringing with it temperatures about four degrees warmer than normal. The ocean heat wave developed in May and reached B.C.’s coast about a month ago, before hitting the Oregon and Washington coasts a week later,.. -Times Colonist

Posted On:11-Aug-2023



Ghana Hosts ECOWAS Meeting on Suppressing Illicit Maritime Activities
Ghana is hosting a meeting of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to discuss a draft Supplementary Act aimed at combating illicit maritime activities in the region. The Act, developed by UNODC as part of SWAIMS project, seeks to enhance international cooperation and law enforcement in the fight against maritime crime.... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Aug-2023



The boat industry is still going strong after pandemic
Boat sales boomed during the pandemic and are still going strong, according to a midyear market index from local advertising and software company Boats Group. Why it matters: In South Florida, the marine industry's impact on regional employment was an estimated 141,860 jobs, according to a March report by the Marine Industries Association of South Florida... -Axios

Posted On:11-Aug-2023


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