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Indian tonnage needs investment from the private sector.
India’s shipping industry is heavily reliant on sea transport, accounting for 95 percent of the country’s trade by volume. However, there is little focus on increasing India’s tonnage, as the majority of Indian cargo is carried by foreign flag vessels. Only two companies, the Shipping Corporation of India Ltd (SCI) and The Great Eastern Shipping Company Ltd, contribute around 45 percent of the industry’s total tonnage... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Aug-2023



HD KSOE Develops World’s First AI-Equipped Ship
South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries has developed the world’s first ship equipped with an AI system that mimics human engineers, sailors, and deckhands. The liquefied natural gas (LNG)-powered bulk carrier is equipped with two AI-based automated navigation systems called HiCBM and HiCAMS... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Aug-2023



Incat Tasmania to Unveil World’s Largest Battery
Australian shipbuilder Incat Tasmania is constructing the largest lightweight battery electric ship in the world for South American customer Buquebús. The 130-meter ro-pax ferry will be the first fully electric vessel in South America and will operate between Argentina and Uruguay starting in 2025... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Aug-2023



Chinese bulk carrier banned from Australia for mistreating seafarers.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has banned a Chinese-owned and managed bulker from Australian waters for one year due to mistreatment and wage theft from seafarers. This is part of AMSA’s effort to enforce safety issues and seafarer welfare on ships calling in Australian waters... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Aug-2023



Eastern Pacific Shipping Names LPG-Fuelled VLGC
Singapore-based shipping company Eastern Pacific Shipping has held a naming ceremony for its new LPG-fuelled gas carrier, the Logan Explorer. The vessel, which was built by Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries, will be chartered to Trafigura. The Logan Explorer is an 86,000 m3 VLGC (Very Large Gas Carrier) and is capable of running on both LPG and conventional bunkers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Aug-2023



ONE surpasses Evergreen in global ranking
ONE has taken a lead of approximately 8,000 slots over Evergreen this month, moving up to sixth place in the carrier rankings tracked by Alphaliner. However, Evergreen is expected to surpass ONE in the rankings soon and potentially challenge Hapag-Lloyd for fifth place due to its significant backlog... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Aug-2023



Blue Ammonia Availability for Shipping Unlikely to Be Constrained by CO2 Storage Capacity by 2030: Report
The Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping has released a report stating that the availability of blue ammonia for shipping is unlikely to be constrained by CO2 storage capacity by 2030. The report analyzed the potential carbon storage in carbon capture and storage (CCS) networks and its ability to meet the demand for blue ammonia production in the maritime industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Aug-2023



OTG Introduces Short E-Learning Series for Dry Bulk Cargoes
Learning and operational technology firm Ocean Technologies Group (OTG) has partnered with KeelX Education to offer e-learning courses on the safe handling and transportation of dry bulk cargoes. The courses will be available through OTG’s Ocean Learning Platform and will provide ship owners with a resource to enhance their crews’ knowledge and reduce risks to safety... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Aug-2023



India considers first-ever sugar export ban
India’s absence from the world market is expected to increase benchmark prices in New York and London, which are already trading at multi-year highs. This has raised concerns about further inflation in global food markets. The government of India has stated that their main focus is to meet domestic sugar demands and produce ethanol from surplus sugarcane... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Aug-2023



Gatik Ship Management: Leading the Way in Social Responsibility
Gatik Ship Management Company, founded in 2022 in India, has quickly become a prominent player in the maritime industry. Initially focused on ship management services, Gatik has grown rapidly, expanding its fleet and creating job opportunities for over 1500 Indian seafarers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Aug-2023



Fair treatment for shipping workers is essential.
A new report from the Mission to Seafarers charity has highlighted the poor working conditions experienced by seafarers in the international shipping industry. The report, based on a global survey, revealed a decline in scores related to welfare, particularly concerning shore leave, workloads, and crew happiness... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Aug-2023



Norway unveils world’s biggest offshore wind farm on floating platform
Norway has unveiled the world’s largest floating offshore wind farm, which will provide power to oil and gas fields in the North Sea. The Hywind Tampen wind farm consists of 11 turbines with a combined output of 88 megawatts, enough to meet 35% of the electricity needs of the Gullfaks and Snorre fields... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Aug-2023



Mombasa Welcomes World’s Largest Floating Library
The world’s largest floating library, MV Logos Hope, has docked in Mombasa for a 45-day visit, bringing with it 5,000 different titles of books and a crew of 350 from 70 different countries. The ship, sailing under the Malta flag, is 132.5 meters long, 20.8 meters wide, and has a carrying capacity of 12,519 gross tons... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Aug-2023



Gulf of Mexico’s Soaring Temps Cause Illness Among Offshore Workers
The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) has issued a heat advisory for offshore workers after several incidents of heat-related illnesses. Examples of these incidents include a contractor experiencing dehydration symptoms and an employee showing signs of severe heat exhaustion... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Aug-2023



Çanakkale Strait in Turkey reopens for maritime traffic
Maritime traffic in the Çanakkale Strait, which connects the Aegean Sea to the Marmara Sea, has resumed after being suspended due to a forest fire in the province of Canakkale. The Transport Ministry and a shipping agency announced that traffic was allowed to resume at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Aug-2023



2 People Missing in Western Japan Ship Collision
Two cargo ships collided off the coast of Wakayama Prefecture in western Japan, leaving two people missing. The collision occurred between a 499-ton Japanese cargo ship called Izumi Maru and a Liberian-registered cargo vessel in the Kii Channel. The Japan Coast Guard’s Fifth Regional Coast Guard Headquarters in Kobe reported that five crew members from the Izumi Maru went missing after the collision... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Aug-2023



Japanese freighter capsized after collision, all crew missing
IZUMI MARU collided with container ship CONTSHIP UNO. Container ship is en route from Osaka to Keelung Taiwan, she’s moving dead ahead or drifting since collision time, probably taking part in SAR. Of Japanese freighter 5 crew, 3 were rescued, 2 remain missing... -FleetMon

Posted On:25-Aug-2023


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