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India aims to become global hub for green shipbuilding by 2030: Sonowal
With an aim to make India a global hub for building green ships, the ministry of ports, shipping and waterways (MoPSW) on Wednesday launch ‘Green Tug Transition Programme’ (GTTP) that will convert all tugboats working in the country into ‘Green Hybrid Tugs’, running on non-fossil fuel like Methanol, Ammonia, Hydrogen... -Mint

Posted On:23-Mar-2023



Industry groups to collaborate on critical safety issues
Five organisations with shared visions for the safety and security of global trade have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to bring greater awareness and understanding of issues with the goal of prevention. The MoU was signed by representatives of CINS, CHIRP, COA, ICHCA and SMDG... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:23-Mar-2023



Five industries collaborate for a green corridor between South Africa and Europe
Maritime, mining, steel, and energy industry join forces to develop first-ever concept for a green corridor, the Global Maritime Forum informs in a recent article. A new consortium will explore the options for developing a maritime green corridor for the zero-emission shipping of iron ore between South Africa and Europe... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:23-Mar-2023



Why sleep and mental health go hand-in-hand
Numerous long-term stressors can negatively impact seafarers’ well-being, and the rigorous nature of their work does not usually embrace the necessity for getting enough sleep. However, it’s critical that crew members consistently make an effort to get enough sleep... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:23-Mar-2023



World’s first: HHI celebrates 200 mil BHP milestone
South Korea’s shipbuilding giant Hyundai Heavy Industries, an affiliate of HD Hyundai, announced today that it has become the world’s first company whose cumulative production of two-stroke marine engines exceeds 200 million horsepower output. The company held a ceremony to mark the occasion... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:23-Mar-2023



Setting the Standard
ABYC’s E-13 Standard is intended to help the marine industry navigate the world of lithium-ion battery systems. We’ve all seen videos of electric cars, powered by lithium-ion batteries, burning furiously as thousands of gallons of foam are hosed on them. Any fire on a boat is scary enough,.. -Trade Only Today

Posted On:23-Mar-2023



World Bank: PH has to upgrade seafarers' skills to take advantage of global shortage
The Philippines should seize the opportunity from a global shortage in seafarers but it has to upgrade its maritime training to be at par with international standards, according to a World Bank report released on Wednesday... -CNN Philippines

Posted On:23-Mar-2023



Norway Gearing Up to Build the Most Sustainable Cruise Ship Ever
It’s no surprise that such a bold green project is born in Northern Europe, known as a pioneer when it comes to environmental protection. Norway wants clean air just as much as it wants to protect its stunning maritime areas. To achieve both, only green vessels will be allowed to operate in the future, including zero-emission cruise ships... -autoevolution

Posted On:23-Mar-2023



Key crew members on Goliath did not complete safety training before tugboat sinkings, ATSB finds
Senior crew members on the ship that crashed into and sank two tugboats in Tasmania's north-west last year had not undertaken required training, with a report into the incident finding lessons from previous close-calls had not been acted on... -ABC News

Posted On:23-Mar-2023



The OCEAN Project EU - UN High Seas Treaty
Agreed on March 5th, 2023, and expected to be covering almost two-thirds of the ocean that lies outside national boundaries, the new UN ‘High Seas Treaty’ is set to provide a legal framework for establishing networks of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs), designed to contribute to the conservation of marine biodiversity... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:23-Mar-2023



The Blue MBA is Fulfilling Aims to Stay Relevant, Current and 'Green'
For an industry-specific academic program developing top-level management, the most important contribution to success is to stay relevant and current, keeping up with the swirl of issues flashing on the dashboard. It is therefore a priority for us to keep abreast of the present, and likely future, challenges facing the industry,.. -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:23-Mar-2023



Hamburg Port and Elbe Closed as Pilot Boats Join Public Sector Strike
A public employees strike has effectively closed the Port of Hamburg, for 48 hours. Port officials began limiting vessel movements on the Elbe as of this morning and closed the port for all departing vessels later in the day with the strike expected to continue until Friday morning... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:23-Mar-2023



WMU Partners with IMO on Introduction to Marine Biofouling E-learning
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) launched a new e-learning course, "Introduction to Marine Biofouling: Impacts and Management of Risks" on 1 February. The course was developed under the GEF-UNDP-IMO GloFouling Partnerships project in collaboration with the World Maritime University (WMU)... -WMU.se

Posted On:23-Mar-2023



Thames Freeport fully operational after final green light from UK Government
The Thames Freeport has been given the go ahead to formally constitute its board and start operating fully, following the approval of the final business case by the UK Government. The Freeport will now receive up to £25 million in funding from the government... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:23-Mar-2023



U.S. Coast Guard Seeking Suspension of Midshipman X’s Alleged Rapist’s Mariner Credential Pending DOJ Decision -Report
Over a year after a U.S. Merchant Marine Academy midshipman came forward about how she was raped by her supervisor while training on board a U.S.-flagged ship at sea, the U.S. Coast Guard is targeting the alleged perpetrator’s ability to work on commercial vessels... -gCaptain

Posted On:23-Mar-2023



2023 is a year of acceleration for the maritime industry - ABS
Preparing for rapid technology advancement and regulatory change in the maritime industry cannot be business as usual, according to ABS. Speaking at CMA Shipping 2023. ABS Vice President, Roy Bleiberg, laid out his view on what the industry can expect in 2023 when it comes to decarbonisation... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:23-Mar-2023



ABS approves joint industry Carbon Capture System project
The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) has given preliminary approval to a consortium of global shipping organizations and the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) to use a carbon capture system onboard an oil tanker. The project aims to demonstrate the feasibility of using carbon capture onboard a vessel... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:23-Mar-2023



GasLog adds crew app for seafarer data management
LNG shipping company GasLog has completed the implementation of BASSnet’s Crew Portal mobile app, to allow crews to manage various employment details from their own devices. The app is integrated with BASSnet’s Human Resources Manager, the firm’s ERP system crewing and payroll management,.. -Smart Maritime Network

Posted On:23-Mar-2023



Abandoned Crew Heads Home After Chinese Livestock Carrier is Sold
The last 16 members of the crew abandon six months ago aboard a Chinese-owned livestock carrier finally left the ship today heading home after their long ordeal. The Federal Court of Australia had placed a priority on the crewmembers and their welfare along with the assistance of the local office of the Mission to Seafarers and ITF... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:23-Mar-2023



25 Injured as Research Vessel Tips Over in Dry Dock
Twenty-five people were injured when a ship came off its holding and tippedon its side in a dry dock in Leith, Scotland on Wednesday,the Scottish Ambulance Service said, with 15 taken to hospital. Ten people were treated and discharged at the scene, the emergency service added in a statement... -gCaptain

Posted On:23-Mar-2023


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