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Coping with Global Supply Chain Hurdles in 2022
The COVID-19 impact ripples into the dire situation of the supply chain in the USA where, like the rest of the world, port congestion is causing disastrous effects in the form of supply-demand mismatch. This also means that prices are inflating to new heights from the suppliers. Either directly through the lead time increases or in some cases, artificial price jumps... -Oneindia

Posted On:12-Aug-2022



Technology’s Role In Making Global Shipping Hassle-Free
The shipping industry has always been efficient, but it has been slow to accept new technologies that could disrupt the existing logistics infrastructure. Technological change in logistics has happened as step functions due to the high investment needed in fixed infrastructure but rapid technological changes have reduced the time between these step functions... -BW Disrupt

Posted On:12-Aug-2022



Credits: bwdisrupt.businessworld.in

New Zealand Welcomes Back First Cruise Ship Since COVID Hit
New Zealand on Friday welcomed the first cruise ship to return since the coronavirus pandemic began, signaling a long-sought return to normalcy for the nation’s tourism industry. New Zealand closed its borders in early 2020 as it sought at first to eliminate COVID-19 entirely and then later to control its spread... -Bloomberg

Posted On:12-Aug-2022



MSC Cruises Fleet Gets MEP Certification
MSC Cruises today announced that its entire fleet of ships has achieved the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) certification for marine environmental protection, ISO 21070:2017, according to a press release... -Cruise Industry News

Posted On:12-Aug-2022



An Industry First Brings Sailors’ Society’s Wellness At Sea To 1,600 Aspiring Seafarers
The first in a series of ground-breaking global wellness and mental health conferences designed exclusively for maritime school students has been hailed as an overwhelming success... -Marine Insight

Posted On:12-Aug-2022



Forged on Water
The last two years have been challenging for shipyards, but they’ve also helped focus attention on emerging opportunities. "Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the mouth," opined philosopher and pugilist Mike Tyson. Coronavirus, supply chain woes, workforce turnover, international conflict – you name it, and the last two years have had it... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:12-Aug-2022



Canada: Minister of Transport announces funding for new technologies to reduce underwater noise from marine vessels
Underwater noise from boats can negatively impact the marine environment and vulnerable marine mammals— including species like the endangered Southern Resident killer whales. That is why the Government of Canada is investing in new technologies that will help reduce underwater noise from vessels on Canada’s waters... -Yahoo Finance

Posted On:12-Aug-2022



Lebanon Rejects First Ukraine Grain Ship
The first grain ship to depart from Ukraine under a U.N.-brokered deal docked in Turkey on Thursday after 11 days at sea, Refinitiv data showed, and the ship’s agent in Turkey said it would continue to Egypt after unloading part of its cargo... gCaptain

Posted On:12-Aug-2022



BHP sets Rotor Sails on Geared Bulker
Mining giant BHP has partnered with Pan Pacific Copper and Nippon Marine to try out a rotor sail system aboard a geared bulker to reduce emissions. One of the deck cranes aboard the Koryu, a 53,000 dwt combination carrier, will be switched with a Norsepower rotor sail on a tilting foundation... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:12-Aug-2022



Croatia: Maritime Safety Action Results in 421 Thousand in Fines
A safe tourist season is a good tourist season. Safety at sea is just as important as any other kind. A significant maritime safety action was conducted on Wednesday, August 10, resulting in hefty fines... -Total Croatia News

Posted On:12-Aug-2022



Lots of gas but no more ships
As the world’s energy crunch worsens, a shortage of shipping capacity will limit the scope for liquid natural gas (LNG) to plug the gap. This was the warning from Lloyd’s Register (LR) gas guru, Panos Mitrou, who said that LNG shipbuilders are full until well into the second half of the decade... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:12-Aug-2022



Dales Marine Announces Hiring Push
Scottish ship repair, fabrication and engineering service provider Dales Marine Services on Thursday announced plans to grow its workforce to support its expansion... -MarineLink

Posted On:12-Aug-2022



No More Recoverable Oil in Terrebonne Bay Oil Spill
A unified command responding to an oil spill in Louisiana’s Terrebonne Bay says overflights show there is no more recoverable oil. The source of the discharge—a collapsed tank platform—was secured Monday after releasing an estimated 13,944 gallons of oil... -gCaptain

Posted On:12-Aug-2022



Indian cargo ship sinks near Gwadar, 9 rescued, 1 dead
The Pakistani Navy has safely rescued 9 fishermen from the sinking Indian ship Jamna Sagar near Gwadar. The ship sank in the Arabian Sea with 10 crew members. The ship requested for assistance while sinking. Following which the Pakistan Maritime Information Center requested a nearby merchant ship, MT Kruibeke, to provide necessary assistance to the stranded crew of the sinking ship. This merchant ship safely rescued 9 crew members aboard Jamna Sagar... -Morning Express

Posted On:12-Aug-2022



Containership and Fishing Boat Collide in Busy French Sea Lane
French authorities are confirming reports that a large containership and an ocean-going fishing boat collided early Wednesday morning in the southbound lane of the Ouessant Traffic Separation Scheme (DST) near Brest, France. No one was injured in the collision, but both vessels sustained damages that will require shipyard stops for repairs... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:12-Aug-2022



Indian cargo ship sinks near Gwadar, 9 rescued, 1 dead
The Pakistani Navy has safely rescued 9 fishermen from the sinking Indian ship Jamna Sagar near Gwadar. The ship sank in the Arabian Sea with 10 crew members. The ship requested for assistance while sinking. Following which the Pakistan Maritime Information Center requested a nearby merchant ship, MT Kruibeke, to provide necessary assistance to the stranded crew of the sinking ship. This merchant ship safely rescued 9 crew members aboard Jamna Sagar... -Morning Express

Posted On:12-Aug-2022



Korean tanker and Chinese bulk carrier collided at Busan Anchorage
Korean tanker 103 DONG SUNG collided with Chinese bulk carrier KUAI BANG HAI 18 at around 0930 Seoul time Aug 11 at Busan outer anchorage, probably during tanker approach. Understood tanker was to bunker bulk carrier, but the ship went out of control and struck anchored KUAI BANG HAI 18... -Fleetmon

Posted On:12-Aug-2022


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