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India’s Maritime Sector is Advancing into a New Era: Sonowal
India is preparing for the Global Maritime India Summit (GMIS) 2023, with the Minister of Ports, Shipping, and Waterways, Sarbananda Sonowal, stating that the country is entering a new era in its maritime sector. The event aimed to discuss opportunities and innovation in the Indian maritime industry, as well as the roadmap to a sustainable future... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Sep-2023



MACN-India Making Strides in Combatting Maritime Corruption
The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN)-India, which was launched in July 2022, has made significant progress in combating maritime corruption in the country. To ensure industry feedback and guidance, a Steering Committee consisting of senior level functionaries from various organizations has been established... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Sep-2023



ABS signs MoU for hydrogen vessels in Korea
The Korea Hydrogen Industry Association (KHIA) has signed an agreement with the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) and the University of Ulsan to develop a hydrogen-powered vessel for tourism. The 40-seat vessel will be equipped with electric propulsion using a 350-kW hydrogen fuel cell, making it a zero-emission vessel... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Sep-2023



WinGD and Samsung Heavy Industries partner on future fuel solutions
Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) has signed a memorandum of understanding with engine manufacturer WinGD to collaborate on the development and integration of ammonia engines for newbuild vessels. The agreement, signed at the Gastech conference in Singapore, aims to prepare WinGD’s X-DF-A dual-fuel ammonia engines for integration with wider ammonia fuel systems... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Sep-2023



Japanese shipping giant to automate, decarbonize maritime sector
MITSUI O.S.K. Lines Ltd. (MOL), one of the largest shipping companies in the world, entered into a partnership with the University of Tokyo to initiate automation and decarbonization efforts for the Japanese maritime industry. In an official statement, MOL announced its social collaboration program entitled "Maritime and Ocean Digital Engineering," or MODE, with the University of Tokyo's Graduate School of Frontier Sciences... -The Manila Times

Posted On:6-Sep-2023



CO2 Shipping On The Rise
The transportation of CO2 is taking to the seas as emitters look for flexible ways to move captured carbon to offshore storage projects, with a fleet of 55 carriers required by 2030, according to Rystad Energy research. Based on planned carbon capture projects, Rystad predicts that more than 90 million tonnes per annum (tpa) of CO2 will be shipped by the end of the decade,.. -MarineLink

Posted On:6-Sep-2023



Grant from Lloyd’s Register Foundation Supports Women in the Marine Industry in Africa
Women in the marine industry in Africa face significant obstacles in obtaining the necessary sea time to qualify for employment. Manning agencies in West Africa are either non-existent or unable to compete with those in countries like Indonesia and the Philippines... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Sep-2023



Lifeboat Crew Rescues Stranded Vessel Near Black Nore Beach
On September 2, the lifeboat crew in Portishead, UK, launched at 9.38am in response to reports of a motor vessel losing power near Black Nore Beach. The crew acted swiftly to recover the vessel and its occupants, considering the presence of numerous large ships in the area. Fortunately, as the lifeboat crew arrived, the skipper of the stranded vessel was able to restart the engine... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Sep-2023



ClassNK Supports Safety Measures for Maritime Transport of EVs
ClassNK, a leading classification society, has released guidelines and a list of fire safety measures to enhance the safety of maritime transportation of electric vehicles (EVs). With the increasing number of EVs being transported by vessels, there are concerns about fires in their lithium-ion batteries and the difficulties in extinguishing them... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Sep-2023



Saudi: Transport and Logistics Minister opens SMIC 2023
According to Al-Jasser, the Kingdom will rank eighth among the world's top container-handling countries by 2030, an achievement that aligns with the goals of the National Strategy for Transport and Logistics Services... -ZAWYA

Posted On:6-Sep-2023



Saudi guards save a Turkish seafarer aboard a ship in the Red Sea
Saudi border guards on Monday rescued a Turkish sailor on board a ship in the Red Sea and transferred her to Yanbu General Hospital, reported SPA. The woman had sustained a head injury and needed medical attention, said Colonel Misfer Al-Quraini, the official spokesman of Saudi Border Guards... -Arab News

Posted On:6-Sep-2023



Understanding maritime safety
Six locals are attending the Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths (JENESYS) Brunei-Japan Maritime Safety Exchange in Japan. The programme begins today, and aims to deepen the knowledge of Japanese maritime safety. The participants from the Prime Minister’s Office will be in Japan for seven days... -Borneo Bulletin

Posted On:6-Sep-2023



Malaysia: MOT proposes Maritime development fund to continue in Budget 2024
The Ministry of Transport (MOT) has proposed that the loan fund provided to domestic shipping company operators be continued in Budget 2024, which will be tabled next month. Minister Anthony Loke Siew Fook said the maritime sector development was emphasised, particularly on the environmental-friendly agenda, during the ministry’s Budget 2024 consultation session with the Ministry of Finance... -The Star Online

Posted On:6-Sep-2023



Disney Cruise Line to Reveal Details of New Ship, the Disney Treasure
Disney Cruise Line is set to reveal more information about its newest cruise ship, the Disney Treasure. The company will release brand-new details about the ship, which will be the sixth in its fleet, on Tuesday. Artist renderings show that the Disney Treasure will feature a grand hall with African and Asian influences, as well as new dining and entertainment options... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Sep-2023



Study on Green Marine Fuel Production in Portland Announced
The Victorian government is investing $500,000 in a feasibility study to establish a renewable marine fuel production hub in Portland, Australia. The study, led by HAMR Energy subsidiary Portland H2, will focus on the potential for a plant that converts plantation forestry into green methanol... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Sep-2023



Cargo Ship Captain Falls Asleep, Finnish Vessel Runs Aground In Aland Archipelago
On Friday morning, a cargo vessel reportedly ran aground off Finland’s southwest coast in the Åland archipelago. The Finnish Coast Guard reported via X that the 50-meter-long, Finnish-registered vessel was transporting a cargo of wood from an Åland island to the port town of Naantali, situated on the mainland of Finland... -Marine Insight

Posted On:6-Sep-2023



Classnk Amends Rules For Seawater-Lubricated Shafts
Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (ClassNK) has joined the major classification societies to amend its rules relating to the inspection of seawater-lubricated propeller shaft systems. The amendment means that ships with open seawater-lubricated propeller shafts that are built to ClassNK rules are subject to the same 15-year shaft withdrawal inspection periods... -MarineLink

Posted On:6-Sep-2023



Fire on PSA Marine Pilot Boat off Singapore’s South-West Coast
A small boat caught fire off Seraya Buoy, located in the waters off Singapore’s south-west coast on Monday afternoon. The incident occurred in the engine room of one of PSA Marine’s pilot boats, which are used to guide large vessels to Singapore’s port. The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) was alerted to the incident and provided emergency assistance along with a pilot boat and a tug boat... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Sep-2023



Greek bulk carrier with China-bound Russian cargo troubled off Vietnam
Bulk carrier GREEN K-MAX 6 suffered engine failure and went adrift on Aug 31 in South China sea, 290 nm E of Vung Tau, Vietnam. On Sep 2 Chinese Coast Guard was alerted, though not clear how – it wasn’t said that the ship issued distress signal. CG Command dispatched a CG ship, which was performing some tasks in disputable South China sea areas... -FleetMon

Posted On:6-Sep-2023


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