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In just six weeks, Global Shipping faces a $3.6 billion carbon bill
Ships calling at European ports will face a total carbon emissions bill of $3.6 billion next year, a figure that is estimated to rise as the EU steps up its efforts to combat climate change. Under the new regulation coming into force on January 1, ships entering and leaving EU ports will have to pay for their carbon pollution, affecting deliveries of everything from finished goods to liquefied natural gas... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Nov-2023



UK to End Exemption from Antitrust Rules for Carriers
UK regulators have released a provisional decision not to recommend the replacement of the current Liner Shipping Consortia Block Exemption regulation, reversing their earlier stance. The UK is currently transitioning the regulation it inherited from the EU after Brexit, and the exemption is set to expire in April 2024... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Nov-2023



World’s first: On-board ammonia cracking system generates pure hydrogen
Spanish hydrogen transport solutions provider H2SITE has commissioned the world’s first on-board ammonia cracking system, generating high-purity hydrogen coupled with a PEM fuel cell which is used to produce electricity for the ship’s auxiliary consumptions... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:22-Nov-2023



Shipowners invest in connectivity, crew welfare
Shipping fleets managed and controlled from Dubai, Greece and the UK have been upgraded with efficient communications terminals, content-management systems and social media platforms for enhanced seafarer welfare... -Riviera Maritime Media

Posted On:22-Nov-2023



ITF Exposes Wage Theft on Cargo Ships Across Southern Australia
The International Transport Workers Federation (the ITF) has re-launched its 'Nowhere to Hide' campaign this week in Melbourne, and commenced a fresh week of action across Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania. The Week of Action targets shipowners and agents that systematically steal the wages of vulnerable seafarers aboard the cargo ships... -Mirage News

Posted On:22-Nov-2023



17% of seafarers are victims of bullying and harassment - survey
A survey by the Danish Maritime Authority (DMA) has exposed the full extent of bullying and harassment of seafarers onboard vessels. Andreas Nordseth, Director General of the DMA, presented findings from a survey conducted with seafarers onboard Danish-flagged ships at Seatrade Maritime Crew Connect 2023 on Tuesday... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:22-Nov-2023



Houthis' Seizure Of Cargo Ship In Red Sea Prompts Course Diversions By Other Vessels
Two commercial ships that diverted their course in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden were connected to the same maritime group whose vessel was seized by Yemen's Houthis, according to shipping data and British maritime security company Ambrey. Israel on Sunday said the Houthis had seized a British-owned, Japanese-operated cargo ship in the southern Red Sea... -Times Now

Posted On:22-Nov-2023



Coastal waters turning into ‘world’s biggest transnational crime scene’
Africa's coastal nations are grappling with a surge in illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing, piracy, and drug smuggling, transforming African waters into a hub for transnational crime, according to a report by ISS. West Africa, particularly, is a hotspot for IUU fishing, costing the region $10 billion annually,.. -Channel 16

Posted On:22-Nov-2023



Maritime charities in urgent need of increased aid
Non-profit groups in the Maritimes are launching holiday fundraisers, but there is concern that more people will need help while fewer will be able to donate. Parker Street Food and Furniture Bank in Halifax is collecting money and food for its Christmas Hamper Program, expecting to need as many as 1,000 hampers next month due to a steady increase in clientele... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Nov-2023



Seafarers now have the upper hand in the crew employment market, survey finds
Danica, a crewing specialist, has released the results of its latest seafarer survey, showing that wages for men and women working at sea have increased by at least 10% since the last survey two years ago. The survey indicates that there is a surplus of job offers, giving seafarers the ability to be selective in their choice of employment... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Nov-2023



‘Trust but verify’ shifting global maritime security order
When President Biden of the US was briefing pressmen after his historic meeting with President Xi Jinping of China at the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit in San Francisco last week, he said: “Trust, but verify is where I am with China’s agreements.” The phrase “Trust but verify” is a rhyming Russian proverb... -Businessday

Posted On:22-Nov-2023



MSC fitting carbon capture system to megamax containership
Container line MSC is to install a CCUS from ZEME on a 24,000 teu vessel which will sequestrate around 40% of carbon emissions from its exhaust. The overall cost of installing the amine based CCUS is $8.92 million and is comprised of $7 million equipment costs, $1.85 million yard installation cost for up to 45 days work and $69,000 for the cost of the amine carbon absorbent chemical... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:22-Nov-2023



UK to End Exemption from Antitrust Rules for Carriers
UK regulators have released a provisional decision not to recommend the replacement of the current Liner Shipping Consortia Block Exemption regulation, reversing their earlier stance. The UK is currently transitioning the regulation it inherited from the EU after Brexit, and the exemption is set to expire in April 2024... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Nov-2023



Singapore procures four new OPVs for maritime security flotilla
Singapore's Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) has signed a contract with German shipbuilder Fassmer for four new offshore patrol vessels (OPVs). The OPVs will replace the Republic of Singapore Navy's (RSN's) fleet of four Sentinel-class maritime security and response vessels (MSRVs), the ministry disclosed in a 20 November statement... -Jane's

Posted On:22-Nov-2023



Flexibility key for container shippers in 2024
The bottom line revealed in a set of ‘Key recommendations for the 2024 ocean market’ from Flexport’s Ocean Market Predictions for 2024 webinar is for cargo shippers to take a posture of flexibility. The late November web presentation, part of the platform’s Logistics Rewired series, included a detailed view of supply/demand, carrier economics, and market dynamics... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:22-Nov-2023



How maritime can win the talent race
Amidst a rising demand, the challenge of securing a sustainable workforce has intensified. For the maritime industry to thrive long-term, it must find solutions to address crew recruitment and retention challenges, argues Mimi Schuppler, VIKAND’s Director, Engagement & Human Sustainability... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:22-Nov-2023



DP World reduces carbon emissions in the UAE through the use of renewable energy sources
DEWA has issued over 200,000 International Renewable Energy Certificates (I-RECs) to DP World this year, ensuring that the electricity used by the company is generated from renewable sources. These certificates are equivalent to 1 megawatt-hour of electricity and are generated by the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Nov-2023



Maritime Single Window becomes mandatory from January 2024
According to IMO, in just a few weeks’ time – from 1 January 2024 – it will be mandatory for ports around the world to operate Maritime Single Window for the exchange of information required at the point of a ship’s arrival, during its stay and at departure... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:22-Nov-2023



Confronting Fraudulent Practices Within the Maritime Sector
Fraudulent activities are not just confined to financial institutions and corporate settings. They can affect a wide range of industries, including the maritime sector. According to recent reports, maritime fraud appears to be rising, causing significant disruptions to supply chains and resulting in unwanted costs... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:22-Nov-2023



Australian Police Confiscate $39M Worth of Cocaine Hidden in Bulker’s Sea Chest
The Australian Border Force has been successful in stopping smugglers from hiding drugs in the sea chest of bulkers arriving at the Port of Melbourne. In a recent incident, an ROV was used to inspect a ship at Appleton Dock, where suspicious packages were found below the vessel’s waterline... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Nov-2023


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