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Indian Coast Guard Unites for Maritime Piracy Prevention
The Indian Coast Guard recently hosted a meeting to promote regional cooperation in combating maritime piracy. The goal of the meeting was to discuss strategies and share information to effectively address the issue of piracy in the region. Representatives from various countries and organizations participated in the event, highlighting the importance of collaboration in tackling maritime piracy... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:13-Dec-2023



Houthis Threaten Ships in Red Sea, Potentially Impacting Global Trade
The militant group Houthis issued a threat against all ships in the Red Sea bound for Israeli ports, stating that they will become a “legitimate target” if Gaza does not receive food and medicines. The group is supported by Iran and continues to provide support to Hamas in Palestine. This threat comes as Israel’s military operation against Hamas has entered its third month,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:13-Dec-2023



Antwerp launches the world’s First hydrogen-powered tugboat
The Port of Antwerp-Bruges and CMB.TECH have unveiled the world’s first hydrogen-powered tug, the Hydro tug 1. This remarkable vessel is propelled by two BeHydro V12 dual-fuel engines, capable of burning hydrogen in combination with conventional fuel, resulting in a 65% reduction in fuel consumption and associated emissions... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:13-Dec-2023



First Methanol-Powered Ship Introduced by X-Press Feeders
Singapore-based X-Press Feeders has revealed new details about its first green methanol-powered dual-fuel vessels, with plans to create “green routes” to the Scandinavian-Baltic region of Northern Europe starting next year. The company, which currently operates a fleet of over 100 vessels, has 14 dual-fuel ships on order and is scheduled for delivery from 2023 to 2026... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:13-Dec-2023



Wilhelmsen: A Deep Dive Into Ship Management and Decarbonization
Wilhelmsen's CEO & President, Carl Schou, believes there are great opportunities for ship managers ahead. In a recent interview with Naftemporiki, one of Greece's business news publications, he discusses the significant challenges faced by the maritime industry today... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:13-Dec-2023



With Digitalization, the Human Role in Shipping is Changing
When it comes to data and digitalization, the shipping industry is following the well-established path of other sectors that have successfully incorporated technology and harnessed its potential for business advancement, says Nick Chrissos, Chief Digital & Information Officer of Silverstream Technologies... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:13-Dec-2023



Philippines: DFA continues quiet diplomacy to secure release of 17 Filipinos held hostage in Red Sea
The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) is working to secure the freedom of 17 Filipino seafarers who were taken hostage by Houthi rebels in the Red Sea in November. The government is using “quiet diplomacy” and waiting for updates from the honorary consul in Sanaa, Yemen, as well as ambassadors in Oman and Qatar, who are mediating with the Houthi for the release of the seafarers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:13-Dec-2023



Shippers to face sharp increase in fuel surcharges in 2024 amid trade disruptions
As of January 1, many major shipping lines have raised their BAF fares significantly for various trade routes. For example, CMA CGM now has revised BAF rates that range from $602 to $847 per container for dry cargo originating from Asia, the Indian subcontinent, and the Middle East and shipping to the East Coast of the USA, the Gulf Coast of the USA, or the East Coast of Canada... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:13-Dec-2023



Houthis’ increased attacks lead to rising transportation costs in the Red Sea
The cost of transporting goods through the Red Sea is rising as Yemen’s Houthis increase their attacks on ships they believe are connected to Israel, causing concerns about potential disruptions to global supplies in the region. This has resulted in the London insurance market listing the southern Red Sea as a high-risk area,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:13-Dec-2023



The increasing risks for container shipping due to changing geopolitics, climate, and labor conditions
The container shipping industry is facing increased risks due to shifting geopolitics, climate change, and labor negotiations. According to Mark Szakonyi, the executive editor of the Journal of Commerce, organized labor’s bargaining power is impacting multiple industries, including container shipping. Additionally, the industry is grappling with geopolitical tensions and regulatory pressures related to decarbonization efforts... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:13-Dec-2023



Tanker Damaged by Houthi Missile Strike in Red Sea
On Monday evening, shortly after two maritime security consultancies reported a new attack on a merchant ship in the Red Sea, U.S. Central Command confirmed that a tanker has been hit by a cruise missile launched from Yemen. The vessel has been identifed as the Norwegian-owned tanker Strinda. At the time of the strike, the ship was about 60 nm to the north of Bab el-Mandeb, an American official told ABC... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:13-Dec-2023



Cost of Zero-Emission Container Ships and the Path to Decarbonization
A report released by UK-based UMAS details the annual cost of zero-emission container ships as well as the difference in cost per container between trans-Pacific and Chinese coastal ships with different fuel paths. The study finds that initial costs of scalable zero-emission fuels (SZEFs) are significantly higher than conventional fossil fuels,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:13-Dec-2023



Three crew members perish on bulk carrier after entering cargo hold
A bulker sailing in the northern part of the Philippines bound for Singapore requested assistance from the Philippine Coast Guard after three crewmembers were found unconscious and later pronounced deceased. The cause of death is likely due to toxic fumes or asphyxia, highlighting the danger of entering closed tanks or holds on a cargo ship... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:13-Dec-2023



Disabled container ship on tow, Celtic sea
Container ship AURORA suffered propulsion failure in the evening Dec 11 and went adrift in Celtic sea 35 nm west of Ushant, while en route from Southampton to Montoir port, France, Bay of Biscay. Salvage contract was signed with Abeilles International, salvage tug ABEILLE BOURBON (IMO 9308687), to tow disabled ship to Brest... -FleetMon

Posted On:13-Dec-2023


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