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World needs maritime trade to brave rough seas of crises - UNCTAD chief
The world again needs the shipping industry to brave the rough seas of crises, UNCTAD Secretary-General Rebeca Grynspan said on 22 September as she addressed the Global Maritime Forum’s annual summit... -UNCTAD

Posted On:23-Sep-2022



Ten More Leading Shippers Join Initiative for Maritime Decarbonization
Global shippers are continuing in their efforts to align to contribute to the drive for the decarbonization of the maritime industry. Ten leading companies and large global shippers, including DuPont, Electrolux, Philips, and Target, are joining the Cargo Owners for Zero Emission Vessels (coZEV) initiative... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:23-Sep-2022



EU needs to include smaller vessels in its ETS
A broad coalition of 35 maritime companies supported by Transport and Environment NGO are urging the European co-legislators to add ships under 5,000 GT including offshore and service vessels into EU regulations targeting decarbonization of the shipping industry... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:23-Sep-2022



Mutiny at Vizhinjam port rocks India’s container transhipment ambitions
Fisherfolk groups backed by the influential Latin Catholic Archdiocese of Thiruvananthapuram hijacks the marquee project designed to cut India’s dependence on Colombo Port... -ETInfra.com

Posted On:23-Sep-2022



Lessons learned: Corrosion causes holes to ship’s hatch covers
A vessel carrying containers had several holes in their hatch covers due to corrosion. When the vessel arrived, they discovered that one cargo hold had 12-14 inches (30-35 cm) of water at the aft end of the hold. Sixteen containers had water ingress... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:23-Sep-2022



Norway: Come on in - the marine world is lovely
The push to recruit the skilled workforce of tomorrow is underway across the marine industry as a whole. Brunvoll, Norwegian specialists in design, manufacture and support systems for propulsion, positioning and manoeuvring of advanced, seagoing vessels recently welcomed nearly 600 young people with a view to inspiring them to choose vocational education... -Seawork International

Posted On:23-Sep-2022



Collision with fishing boat: Karnataka HC upholds criminal case under Indian laws against cargo ship owned by Singapore company
The High Court of Karnataka has upheld the registration of a criminal case under the Indian laws against a cargo container ship, owned by a company in Singapore, for causing collusion with a mechanised fishing boat from Kerala in international water off Mangaluru coast in April last year, resulting in the death 12 fishermen... -The Hindu

Posted On:23-Sep-2022



Voyager and MPA to jointly develop voyage optimisation solutions
Voyager Worldwide is partnering with the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) to promote joint innovations that support voyage optimisation and just-in-time port arrivals... -Digital Ship

Posted On:23-Sep-2022



Regulations on disposal of food wastes in Chinese coasts
According to Huatai’s database, about 23% of the fines for garbage disposal handled in2020-2022were for illegally dumping food wastes. Most of them occurred in the Bohai Sea, accounting for 70%, and the Yellow, East and South China Seas each accounted for 10%... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:23-Sep-2022



Carnival Cruise Ship Crosses a Line That Not Many Often Get to Experience
As Carnival Splendor crossed the international date line on Wednesday, guests onboard celebrated the special occasion for themselves. As she crossed, the Carnival cruise ship skipped a full day, turning Wednesday to Friday... -Cruise Hive

Posted On:23-Sep-2022



Indian Coast Guard Conducts M-SAR Workshop
Indian Coast Guard under the aegis of HQ Andaman and Nicobar Command conducted a Maritime Search and Rescue (M-SAR) Workshop for the various stake holders on 21 Sep 22... -Andaman Sheekha

Posted On:23-Sep-2022



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Maersk shows endorsement to green shipping bill
Maersk has offered its support for the EU’s Clean Shipping Act targeting shipping’s greenhouse gas emissions. The bill sets carbon intensity standards for fuels used by ships and sets requirements to eliminate in-port ship emissions by 2030 in a bid to protect the health of port communities, address environmental injustice, and provide solutions to the climate crisis... -Port Technology International

Posted On:23-Sep-2022



German partners want to create European recycling ’powerhouse’
Leviathan announced a cooperation with German Naval Yards on facilitating green and sustainable ship recycling. This cooperation will make the first sustainable and almost emission free ship recycling world-wide possible by using cold water cutting technology... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:23-Sep-2022



Charity Calls for the End of Transit Visa Use for Migrant Fishers
Global maritime network Stella Maris is reiterating calls for the immediate end to the practice of using transit visa to bring migrants into the United Kingdom to work on fishing vessels... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:23-Sep-2022



Report points to progress on shipping’s path to zero emissions
How far along is shipping on the path to becoming a zero emissions industry? A new study indicates that there are some encouraging first signs... -Marine Log

Posted On:23-Sep-2022



Banks Raise Decarbonization Benchmark Standard in Poseidon Principles
The leading banks that finance the shipping industry along with the marine insurers participating in the Poseidon Principals initiative have agreed to increase the standards by which they measure climate alignment in the maritime industry... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:23-Sep-2022



Energy Crunch in Europe Hits Demand for Commodity Ships
The cost of shipping commodities like grains, metals and coal has fallen as soaring energy prices in Europe throttle global economic growth. Manufacturers of products such as fertilizer, aluminum and vegetable oils are curtailing production in Europe as the energy crunch makes operating plants too expensive... -gCaptain

Posted On:23-Sep-2022



Electrical Failure Leads to Loss of Steering and $6 Million in Damages
An electrical failure caused a bulk carrier to lose of steering and crash into a barge near New Orleans last year, resulting in an estimated $6 million in damages, the National Transportation Safety Board said Thursday... -gCaptain

Posted On:23-Sep-2022



New carbon-neutral sea route between Stockholm and Turku in the making
A new project has been launched in Finland to develop a carbon-neutral “green corridor” between Turku and Stockholm through which cargo and passengers can travel... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:23-Sep-2022



Ferry crew save woman’s life after passenger spots her in River Mersey
The crew of an Irish Sea ferry dragged a woman who was in the River Mersey to safety. The Stena Embla was about to set sail when a passenger spotted the woman in the water at around 9.40pm on Wednesday... -Liverpool Echo

Posted On:23-Sep-2022


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