Jobships.com Candidates
Click here to
Search Job   Candidate
Click here to
login   Candidate
Click here to
Register
Employers Click
header img03 header img 04
header img05
Email Id :
 
Password :
    Close
Forgot Password? New Member Register  
header img07
header img08 header img09 header img10
header img11 header img12
header img13
Job Search
Close
 
header img 14 header img 14 header img 15
.:Maritime News :.
June-2024
21-Jun-2024 [15]
20-Jun-2024 [14]
19-Jun-2024 [16]
18-Jun-2024 [14]
17-Jun-2024 [14]
14-Jun-2024 [15]
13-Jun-2024 [14]
12-Jun-2024 [14]
11-Jun-2024 [11]
10-Jun-2024 [11]
7-Jun-2024 [16]
6-Jun-2024 [14]
5-Jun-2024 [17]
4-Jun-2024 [12]
3-Jun-2024 [11]
May-2024
31-May-2024 [12]
30-May-2024 [14]
29-May-2024 [14]
28-May-2024 [12]
27-May-2024 [12]
24-May-2024 [14]
23-May-2024 [15]
22-May-2024 [11]
21-May-2024 [15]
20-May-2024 [12]
17-May-2024 [12]
16-May-2024 [16]
15-May-2024 [14]
14-May-2024 [12]
13-May-2024 [10]
10-May-2024 [14]
9-May-2024 [16]
8-May-2024 [14]
7-May-2024 [14]
6-May-2024 [10]
3-May-2024 [8]
2-May-2024 [12]
April-2024
30-Apr-2024 [15]
29-Apr-2024 [14]
26-Apr-2024 [11]
25-Apr-2024 [15]
24-Apr-2024 [14]
23-Apr-2024 [14]
22-Apr-2024 [10]
19-Apr-2024 [15]
12-Apr-2024 [14]
10-Apr-2024 [16]
8-Apr-2024 [8]
5-Apr-2024 [15]
4-Apr-2024 [14]
3-Apr-2024 [11]
2-Apr-2024 [14]
1-Apr-2024 [10]
March-2024
29-Mar-2024 [14]
28-Mar-2024 [19]
27-Mar-2024 [11]
26-Mar-2024 [17]
22-Mar-2024 [16]
21-Mar-2024 [17]
20-Mar-2024 [16]
19-Mar-2024 [16]
18-Mar-2024 [17]
15-Mar-2024 [12]
14-Mar-2024 [19]
13-Mar-2024 [15]
12-Mar-2024 [15]
11-Mar-2024 [10]
5-Mar-2024 [15]
4-Mar-2024 [14]
1-Mar-2024 [15]
February-2024
29-Feb-2024 [12]
28-Feb-2024 [17]
27-Feb-2024 [14]
26-Feb-2024 [16]
23-Feb-2024 [14]
22-Feb-2024 [17]
20-Feb-2024 [14]
19-Feb-2024 [17]
16-Feb-2024 [17]
15-Feb-2024 [17]
14-Feb-2024 [16]
13-Feb-2024 [17]
12-Feb-2024 [17]
9-Feb-2024 [20]
8-Feb-2024 [16]
7-Feb-2024 [19]
6-Feb-2024 [17]
5-Feb-2024 [12]
1-Feb-2024 [16]
January-2024
31-Jan-2024 [17]
30-Jan-2024 [12]
29-Jan-2024 [15]
25-Jan-2024 [12]
24-Jan-2024 [15]
23-Jan-2024 [10]
19-Jan-2024 [15]
18-Jan-2024 [15]
17-Jan-2024 [20]
16-Jan-2024 [14]
15-Jan-2024 [15]
12-Jan-2024 [11]
11-Jan-2024 [12]
10-Jan-2024 [17]
9-Jan-2024 [12]
8-Jan-2024 [11]
5-Jan-2024 [17]
4-Jan-2024 [17]
3-Jan-2024 [12]
2-Jan-2024 [17]
December-2023
29-Dec-2023 [12]
28-Dec-2023 [12]
27-Dec-2023 [14]
26-Dec-2023 [17]
22-Dec-2023 [15]
21-Dec-2023 [17]
20-Dec-2023 [14]
19-Dec-2023 [19]
18-Dec-2023 [22]
15-Dec-2023 [15]
14-Dec-2023 [15]
13-Dec-2023 [14]
12-Dec-2023 [19]
11-Dec-2023 [17]
8-Dec-2023 [16]
7-Dec-2023 [20]
6-Dec-2023 [15]
5-Dec-2023 [15]
4-Dec-2023 [19]
1-Dec-2023 [19]
November-2023
30-Nov-2023 [17]
29-Nov-2023 [17]
28-Nov-2023 [16]
27-Nov-2023 [12]
24-Nov-2023 [17]
23-Nov-2023 [17]
22-Nov-2023 [20]
21-Nov-2023 [14]
20-Nov-2023 [15]
17-Nov-2023 [16]
16-Nov-2023 [19]
13-Nov-2023 [17]
10-Nov-2023 [15]
9-Nov-2023 [17]
8-Nov-2023 [14]
7-Nov-2023 [16]
6-Nov-2023 [16]
3-Nov-2023 [17]
2-Nov-2023 [15]
1-Nov-2023 [16]
October-2023
31-Oct-2023 [16]
30-Oct-2023 [14]
27-Oct-2023 [12]
26-Oct-2023 [16]
25-Oct-2023 [15]
23-Oct-2023 [17]
20-Oct-2023 [15]
19-Oct-2023 [15]
18-Oct-2023 [16]
17-Oct-2023 [17]
16-Oct-2023 [16]
13-Oct-2023 [16]
12-Oct-2023 [14]
11-Oct-2023 [17]
10-Oct-2023 [15]
9-Oct-2023 [16]
6-Oct-2023 [15]
5-Oct-2023 [15]
4-Oct-2023 [16]
3-Oct-2023 [17]
September-2023
29-Sep-2023 [14]
28-Sep-2023 [12]
27-Sep-2023 [12]
26-Sep-2023 [12]
22-Sep-2023 [12]
21-Sep-2023 [12]
15-Sep-2023 [15]
14-Sep-2023 [15]
13-Sep-2023 [17]
12-Sep-2023 [15]
11-Sep-2023 [19]
8-Sep-2023 [15]
7-Sep-2023 [19]
6-Sep-2023 [19]
5-Sep-2023 [16]
4-Sep-2023 [20]
1-Sep-2023 [20]
August-2023
31-Aug-2023 [14]
30-Aug-2023 [19]
29-Aug-2023 [14]
28-Aug-2023 [22]
25-Aug-2023 [17]
24-Aug-2023 [19]
23-Aug-2023 [14]
22-Aug-2023 [14]
21-Aug-2023 [17]
18-Aug-2023 [19]
17-Aug-2023 [11]
16-Aug-2023 [21]
14-Aug-2023 [15]
11-Aug-2023 [21]
10-Aug-2023 [16]
9-Aug-2023 [21]
8-Aug-2023 [15]
7-Aug-2023 [15]
4-Aug-2023 [17]
3-Aug-2023 [16]
2-Aug-2023 [14]
1-Aug-2023 [17]
July-2023
31-Jul-2023 [14]
28-Jul-2023 [14]
27-Jul-2023 [14]
26-Jul-2023 [17]
25-Jul-2023 [14]
24-Jul-2023 [15]
21-Jul-2023 [20]
20-Jul-2023 [17]
19-Jul-2023 [14]
18-Jul-2023 [22]
17-Jul-2023 [17]
14-Jul-2023 [12]
13-Jul-2023 [17]
12-Jul-2023 [16]
11-Jul-2023 [16]
10-Jul-2023 [12]
7-Jul-2023 [17]
6-Jul-2023 [12]
5-Jul-2023 [14]
4-Jul-2023 [17]
3-Jul-2023 [12]
June-2023
30-Jun-2023 [17]
29-Jun-2023 [16]
28-Jun-2023 [19]
27-Jun-2023 [21]
26-Jun-2023 [19]
23-Jun-2023 [12]
22-Jun-2023 [15]
.: 19-Sep-2022 :. Search News
Displaying 1 to 17 of Records.
Page 1 of 1
 1  

India: Multi-modal transport to pivot National Logistics Policy, boost export edge
Multi-modal integration along with digitisation and centre-state cooperation on the same, forms the core of the National Logistics Policy (NLP), launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday. In line with previous plans such as the National Rail Plan and Maritime India Vision, NLP intends to bring sweeping changes in the current costly, polluting, and congesting modal mix of Indian logistics... -Business Standard

Posted On:19-Sep-2022



167 Ships Have Left Ukraine Ports Since Grain Deal
A total of 165 ships with 3.7 million tonnes of agricultural products on board have left Ukraine under a deal brokered by the United Nations and Turkey to unblock Ukrainian sea ports, the Ukrainian infrastructure ministry said on Sunday. The ministry said 10 ships with 169,300 tonnes of agricultural products are due to leave Ukrainian Black Sea ports on Sunday... -gCaptain

Posted On:19-Sep-2022



Philippines: Seafarers protest Marina’s revival of training course
The country’s seafarers are strongly opposing the move of the Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) to bring back the Management Level Course (MLC), a training course that they claim would only be an added financial burden to them... -INQUIRER.net

Posted On:19-Sep-2022



Sri Lanka: Minister pushes for more seagoing jobs
Ports, Shipping and Aviation Minister Nimal Siripala de Silva says that although Sri Lanka is an island nation the number of seafarers and people engaged in employment in the maritime sector by Lankans is less 0.1 percent... -The Island.lk

Posted On:19-Sep-2022



Credits: island.lk

Suez Canal Authority Hikes Transit Tolls Again for 2023
The Suez Canal Authority (SCA) has yet again announced that it will raise the transit tolls for vessels crossing the Suez Canal, effective January 2023. In a statement released over the weekend, the SCA said that transit fees will increase by 15 percent for all types of vessels except for dry bulk ships and cruise ships, which will see an increase of 10 percent... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:19-Sep-2022



Software Sets Sail
It’s taken a while, but software standardization is coming to maritime. “Software is eating the world.” This now-famous quote first appeared in a guest column by billionaire tech visionary Marc Andreessen in the Wall Street Journal back in 2011... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:19-Sep-2022



Essar joins hands with Indian Coast Guard for the largest coastal cleanup drive
Essar Ports has been a pioneer in investing in technologies and developing environment-friendly and efficient handling systems. ‘Swachh Sagar Surakshit Sagar’ is an initiative by the Ministry of Earth Sciences marked the conclusion of the 75-day-long coastal cleanup drive to clean 75 beaches... -CSR

Posted On:19-Sep-2022



US Coast Guard closes Puerto Rico to maritime traffic
The United States Coast Guard closed Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands to maritime traffic due to the warning of tropical storm Fiona. The ‘Zulu’ port condition was established on Friday night for the seaports of Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands,.. -Prensa Latina

Posted On:19-Sep-2022



Internet Limitations Continue Onboard Carnival Cruise Line Ships
Internet issues persist for Carnival Cruise Line ships sailing along the North-Eastern Seaboard of the United States. This week, the cruise line issues a new letter to guests booked onboard two Carnival cruise ships sailing from New York and Baltimore, saying internet connections would be limited... -Cruise Hive

Posted On:19-Sep-2022



Malta: Moving towards greener shipping - Peter Grima
All economic sectors must do their part to curb carbon dioxide emissions. International shipping accounts for approximately three per cent of global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions, a relatively low figure when compared to the environmental impact of land transport... -Times of Malta

Posted On:19-Sep-2022



Iran counting on knowledge-based companies to develop maritime fleet
Managing director of Iran Shipbuilding and Offshore Industries Complex (ISOICO) has said domestic knowledge-based companies have great potential for the development of the country’s maritime fleet that should not be neglected, the portal of Ports and Maritime Organization (PMO) reported on Sunday... -Tehran Times

Posted On:19-Sep-2022



Saudi Maritime Congress enhances the capabilities of the region’s maritime education
The Kingdom’s leading maritime event seeks to support the sector and facilitate partnerships between the academic sector and major maritime organisations to qualify competent professionals... -ZAWYA

Posted On:19-Sep-2022



Holland America Line Successfully Tests Biofuels on Cruise Ship
Earlier this month, Holland America Line successfully completed the first ever long term, 100% biofuel test aboard an operating cruise ship, MS Volendam, while the ship was positioned in Rotterdam. The test took 20 days and had very promising results for lowering cruise ship emissions... -Cruise Hive

Posted On:19-Sep-2022



Captain died, crew can’t navigate, waiting CG, but CG waiting PCR test result
59-year old Taiwanese Captain of tuna fishing vessel CHIN LONG CHENG NO.18 died of natural causes on board of his vessel on Sep 15, some 610 nm N of Guam, Pacific. Fishing vessel is drifting since Sep 15, waiting for assistance. Problem is, the rest of Indonesian crew (9 or more) can’t navigate the vessel, so they’re waiting for CG patrol boat to help them out of their trouble... -Fleetmon

Posted On:19-Sep-2022



Tanker broke off moorings causing Oil Terminal fire, Venezuela
Product tanker LARKO broke off her moorings at Guaraguao Oil Terminal, Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela, at around 0830 LT Sep 17, during loading of gasoline. Shortly after mooring lines broke, cargo hose also broke, and according to witnesses, minutes after that fire erupted... -Fleetmon

Posted On:19-Sep-2022



Cruise ship broke off moorings with 870 passengers on board
Cruise ship VIKING SEA broke off her moorings at Ravenna Italy, in the morning Sep 17, in stormy, rainy weather with wind in gusts exceeding 100 km/hour. 5 tugs responded, it took them some 4 hours to take ship under control and keep her in stable position, avoiding grounding or collision... -Fleetmon

Posted On:19-Sep-2022



Cargo ship with containers capsized at Iskenderun port
General cargo ship SEA EAGLE loaded with containers lost stability during offloading operation at Iskenderun Port, Turkey, either at night Sep 17, or early in the morning Sep 18. The ship, according to photos and video, rested starboard on pier, then listed and capsized portside, resting on bottom stern and portside, partially above waterline. Many containers went overboard... -Fleetmon

Posted On:19-Sep-2022


Help
WhatsApp
Phone
Email