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Container Shipping Industry Sees $5.4 Billion Profit in Q1 2024
The container shipping industry recorded a profit of $5.4 billion in Q1 2024, bouncing back from six quarters of decline. Higher rates and unexpected volume increases were attributed to the industry's recovery. Red Sea diversions led to an 8% drop in global capacity, pushing prices higher. John McCown emphasized the impact of the pandemic on supply/demand dynamics... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-May-2024



Court Verdict: Greenhouse Gases Labeled as Marine Pollutants
A global maritime court declared greenhouse gases as marine pollution, a significant victory for small island nations threatened by rising sea levels due to global warming. The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea determined that emissions from fossil fuels and other warming gases absorbed by the oceans constitute pollution,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-May-2024



Shortage of On-Board Training Berths for Indian Seafarers
The shortage of on-board training berths for Indian seafarers is causing concern within the maritime industry. Entry-level seafarers must undergo apprenticeships on cargo ships after completing pre-sea maritime training. However, many maritime recruitment firms prefer trained and experienced seafarers, creating a bottleneck for new entrants into the industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-May-2024



Isolated at Sea: MV Dali Crew’s Communication Crisis
The 21 crew members of the MV Dali ship that collided with the Baltimore bridge, causing its collapse, have been stuck on the ship for 55 days. The crew, consisting of 20 Indians and a Sri Lankan, have been unable to leave the ship since the incident on March 26, which resulted in the complete collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge and the loss of six construction workers’ lives... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-May-2024



Philippines Included in Seafarers Certification IMO Whitelist
The Philippines has been added to the International Maritime Organization's Whitelist, showcasing its excellence in producing top-notch seafarers. The Department of Transportation's Maritime Industry Authority highlighted the country's commitment to high standards in maritime education and training. This recognition signifies that Filipino seafarers meet strict international standards set by the IMO... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-May-2024



Prioritizing Safety in Methanol Testing
The urgent need for the shipping industry to decarbonize is highlighted by the challenge of reversing a 20% emissions rise in the past decade and transitioning to cleaner fuels. Methanol, with its proven performance, availability, and lower conversion costs, emerges as a promising option, but safe bunkering procedures are crucial for a successful transition... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-May-2024



Indian Coast Guard Conducts Successful Rescue Operations at Sea
The India Coast Guard recently conducted two successful rescue operations to save stranded individuals in separate incidents. On May 19, the ICG rescued 24 passengers and 2 crew members from the tourist ferry boat Nerul Paradise near Mormugao Harbour, Goa, which was stuck due to harsh weather conditions and running out of fuel. Earlier, on May 7,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-May-2024



Indian Ports Aim for 80% Landlord Model Implementation by 2030
The Shipping Ministry of India aims to transition 80% of major ports to the landlord model by 2030. This strategy involves port authorities as regulators and landlords, with private companies managing operations. The shift is expected to improve efficiency, attract investment, and upgrade infrastructure to global standards, enhancing competitiveness and support... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-May-2024



Shipping Companies Plead Guilty to Ship Pollution and Obstruction of Justice
Two shipping companies, Prive Overseas Marine LLC and Prive Shipping Denizcilik Ticaret, have pleaded guilty to conspiracy, violating the Ship Pollution Prevention Act, and obstruction of justice. If the court approves, they face a $2 million fine and four years' probation. A crew member reported oil dumping leading to convictions and fines... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-May-2024



Paris MoU Meeting Highlights Fire Safety Compliance and Future Inspection Campaigns
The Paris MoU committee meeting in Madrid discussed the satisfactory results of the Concentrated Inspection Campaign on fire safety, with areas of concern identified. Future CICs will cover crew wages, ballast water management, and cargo securing. New training policies and international conventions were approved to ensure safety and compliance in the maritime industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-May-2024



Safety Measures for Motion-Compensated Gangways in UK
The UK Health and Safety Executive warns of serious injuries involving motion-compensated gangways in the UK Continental Shelf and renewable energy zones. The HSE advises on measures to ensure the safety of personnel using these gangways, including risk assessment, adequate warnings, training, and maintenance protocols to prevent entrapment and falls... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-May-2024



Houthi Weapon Threat in the Mediterranean Sparks US Concern
Yemen's Houthi fighters possess weapons capable of reaching the Mediterranean, raising concerns over potential expanded attacks on shipping. The US government warns of the group's access to advanced weaponry, including anti-ship ballistic missiles and drones. Recent threats to target ships in the Mediterranean stem from solidarity with Hamas... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-May-2024



Adopting digital training to future-proof shipping operations
The use of digital methods of learning is becoming increasingly important to train and upskill our maritime workforce to meet the rapidly changing needs of the industry, writes Capt. Pradeep Chawla, CEO and Founder, MarinePALS. The maritime industry workforce is at the coal face of significant transformation,.. -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:23-May-2024



LNG's role on the path to net zero
LNG has emerged as a prominent alternative fuel and its potential to reduce carbon emissions positions it as a crucial element in the sector’s environmental strategy. Liquefied natural gas (LNG) has emerged as a prominent alternative marine fuel, garnering significant attention in the maritime industry’s ongoing decarbonisation efforts... -Riviera Maritime Media

Posted On:23-May-2024



Search underway for missing sailors of eco-friendly cargo sailboat De Gallant
Rescuers in the Bahamas are currently conducting a search for two experienced female sailors who went missing after their eco-friendly cargo sailboat, the 90ft schooner De Gallant, sank on its way to the UK. The vessel had set sail from Colombia on May 11, carrying a load of coffee, cocoa, and sugar destined for the Azores, mainland Europe, and Britain... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-May-2024


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