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UN urges shipping industry to cut emissions
The United Nations has warned that carbon emissions from shipping were growing, calling on the vast industry to scrap old, polluting vessels and upgrade infrastructure to speed up its green transition. View Video... -Wion

Posted On:1-Dec-2022



Tradelens maritime blockchain to shut down in 2023
Maersk and IBM have announced that they have decided to cease operation of the Tradelens maritime blockchain platform, used for digital document exchange in trading processes to reduce the amount of paper used in cargo shipments... -Smart Maritime Network

Posted On:1-Dec-2022



ABS Launches Maritime Software Firm ABS Wavesight
As digitalization in the maritime sector gains speed, the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) has launched a new maritime software as a service (SaaS) company called ABS Wavesight, to effectively consolidate all digital products under one roof, offering ship owners a one-stop-shop for it’s A-to-Z digital solutions... -MarineLink

Posted On:1-Dec-2022



Offshore Industry Is Moving Up And Out Of The Doldrums
Speaking at the Marine Money ship finance forum in New Orleans, a representative of VesselsValue said he is optimistic about the offshore industry for the first time in years. Day’s focus was on the Offshore Supply Vessel (OSV) market, but he was quick to say the entire market is turning positive and he believes values will continue to rise... -gCaptain

Posted On:1-Dec-2022



Shipping unprepared for lithium battery fires
Battery fires were a hot topic at Seatrade Maritime Salvage & Wreck, where panellists stressed the specific dangers of such blazes and the lack of preparedness to deal with them. Lithium-ion batteries are commonplace in modern life and are the go-to technology for electric vehicle batteries... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:1-Dec-2022



Site for underwater city found in Ulsan
A test site for Korea’s first undersea city will be built in waters off Ulsan. The metropolitan government of Ulsan, some 300 kilometers (186 miles) southeast of Seoul, and the Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology announced Wednesday that the sea area near Silli Port in Ulsan’s Ulju County has been chosen... -The Korea JoongAng Daily

Posted On:1-Dec-2022



MCIB Warns of Dangers of Working on Ships at Height
The Marine Casualty Investigation Board (MCIB) has said all ship crew and vessel operators need to be reminded of the potential dangers of working at height following its inquiry into a fall from an Irish cargo ship... -Afloat

Posted On:1-Dec-2022



Human Rights at Sea Discussed by the Grand Committee at the UK House of Lords
The International Defence and Relations Committee Inquiry took the opportunity to examine whether The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) was fit for purpose in light of the challenges faced in the 21st Century as it approaches its 40th anniversary.... -Human Rights At Sea

Posted On:1-Dec-2022



Abu Dhabi Maritime celebrates successful Abu Dhabi International Boat Show
Abu Dhabi Maritime has celebrated another successful edition of the Abu Dhabi International Boat Show (ADIBS) 2022. The team from Abu Dhabi Maritime showcased a number of developments put in place to support growth in the maritime domain and position Abu Dhabi as a leading maritime capital... -ZAWYA

Posted On:1-Dec-2022



India supports UAE’s proposal to include digitization in IMO Strategic Plan
India supports UAE’s proposal to include the element of digitization in the next Strategic Plan as well as the adoption of a maritime single window system as a part of the digitization initiative since it will help in resolving the regulatory bottlenecks faced in the marine industry, said Dr Sanjeev Ranjan, Secretary Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways (MoPSW)... -ThePrint

Posted On:1-Dec-2022



No green shipping corridors without landside infrastructure
Much of the focus in decarbonising shipping is on the vessels, however, without developing landside infrastructure projects such as green corridors cannot take off. Set up 16 months ago GCMD currently has three projects ongoing focusing on guidelines for ammonia bunkering, an assurance scheme for biofuels, and carbon capture and storage (CCS)... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:1-Dec-2022



Research highlights major causes of marine insurance claims
Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) looked at more than 240,000 claims worth €9.2bn in total. It found that fire and explosion incidents cause the most expensive insurance claims in the marine industry, while cargo damage is the most frequent cause of loss at a time of rising exposures and inflation... -The Actuary

Posted On:1-Dec-2022



EU Strikes Deal to Include Shipping in its Carbon Market
The European Union has agreed to add shipping to its carbon market for the first time, forcing vessels to pay for their planet-heating emissions and increasing pressure on the maritime sector to invest in greener technologies... -gCaptain

Posted On:1-Dec-2022



Security guards with machine guns fire at Somali pirates trying to attack ship
Incredible footage shows the moment a hoard of pirates attempted to hijack a private ship. The clip, which was filmed back in 2011, shows guards onboard the vessel fighting off the would-be thieves, shooting at them as they try to take over... -LADbible

Posted On:1-Dec-2022



Cruise Ship Queen Elizabeth Cuts Trip Short Due to COVID Outbreak Onboard
Cunard Cruises’ Queen Elizabeth skipped its port of Call in Bali due to a Covid outbreak onboard. Around 10 to 15% of the ship’s 2000 passengers and 1000 crew are estimated to have tested positive... -FleetMon

Posted On:1-Dec-2022



Turkish bulk carrier grounding, La Plata
Bulk carrier YASA UNITY ran aground at around 1200 LT Nov 29 on 48 km mark in Zona Comun area, La Plata, looking like she strayed off fairway. She refloated, probably by own means, at around 1630 LT same day, returned to Zona Comun anchorage and was brought to anchor... -FleetMon

Posted On:1-Dec-2022



Heavy lift ship struck bridge, Kiel Canal reportedly closed
UPDATE 0817 UTC: Canal traffic confirmed closed – some parts of crane carried by MERI fell into water after collision, and sank. Heavy lift ship MERI cargo, crane spare parts, contacted Holtenau Bridge in Kiel Canal at around 0340 UTC Nov 30, shortly after the ship entered Canal for southbound transit. The ship was moored near bridge, bridge might sustain serious damages, bridge traffic closed... -FleetMon

Posted On:1-Dec-2022


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