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India’s New Mega Port Hopes To Attract The World’s Biggest Ships
When Zhen Hua 15 unloaded at Vizhinjam port on Sunday, it did more than just setting down the site’s first gigantic cranes. It also put India on the map for the world’s biggest container ships. The Vizhinjam transshipment container port, the first of its kind in India, will allow the nation to grab a bigger slice of the international maritime trade currently dominated by China... -gCaptain

Posted On:16-Oct-2023



EU ETS surcharges introduced by container lines
Starting from January, the European Union Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) will be extended to cover all shipping activities in EU waters. Under this cap-and-trade system, companies will have to monitor their own emissions, which will then be independently audited. They will need to purchase EU allowances (EUA) to offset their carbon equivalent emissions... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Oct-2023



Alarming Study Shows Antarctica’s Ice Shelf Size Decrease by 40%
A new study by the European Space Agency reveals that approximately 40% of Antarctica’s ice shelf has significantly reduced in size over the past 25 years, a finding described as “alarming.” The research, published in the journal Science Advances, shows that between 1997 and 2021, 71 out of 162 ice shelves in Antarctica lost mass, with 68 experiencing a statistically significant decline... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Oct-2023



Explosive waves found near the damaged Baltic Sea pipeline
Nordic and Baltic seismologists have detected explosive waves during the rupture of a Baltic Sea gas pipeline, but they do not have enough data to determine if the explosion was intentional. The Norwegian seismology institute NORSAR identified a likely explosion near the pipeline on Sunday, and other seismologists agree that the signals indicate a man-made event... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Oct-2023



Shipbuilders Embrace Robotic Technology Due to Labor Shortage
The shortage of skilled labor in the Korean shipbuilding industry has led companies to turn to robots as a solution. Shipbuilders have struggled to recruit skilled welders, prompting them to introduce welding robots to their shipyards. Samsung Heavy Industries has developed a laser high-speed welding robot that can significantly speed up the welding process for membrane panels used in LNG carriers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Oct-2023



Improved liner connectivity and cargo traffic reported at the Port of Cochin
The port has recorded a throughput of 17.23 million tonnes in the first half of FY2024, a 1.34% increase compared to the same period in FY2023. The port’s petroleum and lubricants throughput saw a growth of 1.39%, while its container throughput increased by 3.15%. These growth figures are attributed to the implementation of market-oriented strategies and an aggressive pricing strategy... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Oct-2023



Doctor Arrested for Accepting Bribes to Provide Health Clearance at Paradip Port in Odisha
A doctor at Paradip port in Odisha, India, has been arrested by CBI for allegedly accepting bribes to provide health clearance to crews of ships docking at the port. The doctor, an officer of PHO, was caught red-handed accepting ₹54,000 ($722) in bribes from crew members of a shipping company... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Oct-2023



Shipping industry to face three challenging years, according to Hapag Lloyd
German shipping company Hapag Lloyd’s CEO, Rolf Habben Jansen, predicts that the next three years will be challenging due to slower growth in demand for shipping services compared to the available shipping capacity. However, he believes that the industry downturn will not be as severe as the one experienced after the 2008 global financial crisis... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Oct-2023



Filipino Crew Stays Aboard Suspected Cocaine Ship Bound for Cork
Twelve Filipino men who were living aboard the MV Matthew, a ship apprehended last month for allegedly carrying cocaine, are set to be repatriated this week. The ship was seized by authorities in a joint operation involving the Irish Army Ranger Wing. Plans are now being made to determine the future of the ship and the stranded Filipino crew... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Oct-2023



Increasing Maritime Safety Measures in the Andaman Sea Ahead of High Season
Maritime safety measures are being increased in the Andaman Sea ahead of the high season to ensure the safety of visitors. The Region 5 Marine Office, which covers six provinces including Phuket and Krabi, is working to ensure that operators and marine officials are familiar with safety precautions and regulations... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Oct-2023



Improved liner connectivity and cargo traffic reported at the Port of Cochin
The port has recorded a throughput of 17.23 million tonnes in the first half of FY2024, a 1.34% increase compared to the same period in FY2023. The port’s petroleum and lubricants throughput saw a growth of 1.39%, while its container throughput increased by 3.15%. These growth figures are attributed to the implementation of market-oriented strategies and an aggressive pricing strategy... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Oct-2023



Stranded Goan seafarer returns safely from Iran, family heaves sigh of relief
Third Engineer Govind Suresh Naik from Chicalim, along with 22 other Indian Nationals, was stuck on board the ship named ‘Advantage Sweet’; the vessel was detained by the Iranian Navy in April; all 23 nationals were released on October 9...  Herald Goa

Posted On:16-Oct-2023



Indian Coast Guard Evacuates 49-Year-Old Critically Chinese Crewman From Ship In Arabian Sea
An Indian Coast Guard (ICG) on Saturday evacuated a Chinese crewman, who had suffered a stroke and hemiplegia, from the Arabian Sea around 40 kilometres off the shores of Mumbai, an official said. Late on Friday night, MRCC here received a distress call from the Panama-flagged vessel, MT Hua Wei 8, of a 49-year-old-crew member who was critically ill... -Jagran English

Posted On:16-Oct-2023



Virgin Voyages Cruise Ship Issues Warning to Guests Following Outbreak of Illness
Virgin Voyages has reported an outbreak of gastroenteritis or norovirus on its flagship cruise ship, Scarlet Lady. Approximately 3% of guests on the most recent sailing experienced symptoms such as nausea, diarrhea, aches, cramps, and low-grade fever. The cruise line has taken appropriate measures to mitigate the spread of the illness, including isolating affected travelers and implementing enhanced sanitization procedures... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Oct-2023



Bulk carrier disabled in Bosphorus after steering failure
Bulk carrier SOPHIA Z suffered steering failure at around 1900 LT Oct 14 in Bosphorus, while transiting the Strait in southern direction, en route from Bulgaria to Spain. 3 tugs responded, understood the ship had to be anchored for at least 2 hours, resumed transit shortly after 2300 LT Oct 14, gathered way and is understood to sail under own power after fixing problem... -FleetMon

Posted On:16-Oct-2023



Russian freighter with corn on board, ran aground
General cargo ship VOLGO-BALT 232 ran aground on 146 km mark in Volga – Caspian sea Canal on Oct 15. The ship is en route from Astrakhan Russia, to Caspian port, Iran, with 3,000 tons of corn. No leak reported... -FleetMon

Posted On:16-Oct-2023


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