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The Baltimore ship accident, the high stakes for India
The accident could damage India’s reputation in the world shipping industry, of being a reliable source for competent seafarers. On March 26, 2024, when container ship Dali crashed into Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, United States, leaving at least six persons dead and property worth millions of dollars destroyed, the maritime and logistics world went into a tizzy... -The Hindu

Posted On:10-Jun-2024



APSEZ Granted Letter of Intent for Netaji Subhas Dock Container Facility
APSEZ has been granted a five-year letter of intent to operate the container facility at Netaji Subhas Dock, a major container terminal on India’s east coast. The company is now tasked with installing cargo handling equipment within seven months of accepting the letter. Netaji Subhas Dock is known for its significant capacity,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:10-Jun-2024



Exail Unveils New High-Autonomy USV for Maritime Operations
French maritime robotics company Exail has developed a new unmanned surface vehicle (USV) that has completed successful sea trials. With an impressive autonomy of 3,500 nautical miles and the ability to deploy multiple payloads and subsea assets, this USV is versatile and valuable for various maritime applications. It is designed for long-duration operations and... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:10-Jun-2024



Port of Antwerp Takes Action to Contain Oil Spill During Ship Bunkering Operation
Authorities at the Port of Antwerp have closed a dock and are using drones to monitor the aftermath of an oil spill during ship bunkering. To contain the spill, the port closed Deurganck dock and the Kieldrecht lock. Twenty ships and surrounding areas were cleaned, but the spill's extent and ship type remain unknown... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:10-Jun-2024



MAN Energy Solutions and Eastern Pacific Shipping Sign MoU for Ammonia Fuel Training
MAN Energy Solutions and Eastern Pacific Shipping (EPS) have partnered to develop crew training for handling ammonia as fuel on vessels. The MoU signed at Posidonia 2024 International Shipping Exhibition will focus on safe handling of ammonia for dual-fuel engines. EPS CEO Cyril Ducau emphasized the importance of collaboration in the industry's green transformation,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:10-Jun-2024



IMO encourages seafarers to share safety tips while at sea.
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) celebrates the Day of the Seafarer on June 25, focusing on the #SafetyTipsAtSea campaign for 2024. Seafarers are encouraged to share their safety tips and showcase their workplace practices. The initiative aims to highlight their contributions to safety in the maritime sector. The campaign urges participation from seafarers,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:10-Jun-2024



GRSE Developing Six Patrol Boats for Bangladesh’s Fisheries Project
GRSE is expanding its presence by developing patrol boats for Bangladesh's Sustainable Coastal and Marine Fisheries Project. The contract for dredgers is worth USD 16.6 million. The dredger will be 58.70 meters long, reach speeds of up to 10 knots, and designed to be resilient in various marine environments... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:10-Jun-2024



Supply of Green Ammonia from India to Japan by Sembcorp
Sembcorp has secured land in India for its green hydrogen project, aiming to produce 200,000 metric tonnes per annum of green ammonia. The Heads of Terms agreement with Sojitz Corporation and Kyushu Electric Power Co Inc signals progress towards a definitive offtake agreement, highlighting a commitment to a low-carbon supply chain... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:10-Jun-2024



Missiles Target Two Ships Off Yemen Coast, Fire Contained
Two ships caught fire off the coast of Yemen in Aden after being hit by missiles, as reported by British maritime authorities. The ships sustained damage but managed to contain the fires and no injuries were reported. The Iran-aligned Houthi militia has been targeting ships in the region in solidarity with Palestinians... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:10-Jun-2024



Britain denies Houthi claim of attacking British destroyer
The British Ministry of Defence has denied claims made by Yemen’s Houthi rebels that they fired ballistic missiles at a British destroyer in the Red Sea. The Houthis did not provide any information on whether the alleged attack caused damage, but they described it as being “precise”. The Ministry of Defence stated that these allegations are false, refuting the Houthi claims... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:10-Jun-2024



India Strengthens Engagement with IMO through Mumbai Workshop
The Directorate General of Shipping is strengthening India's engagement with the International Maritime Organization, showcasing the country's dedication to a safe maritime environment. The workshop, hosted by the Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways, explored ways to enhance India's participation in IMO committees and promote sustainable maritime practices for a resilient future... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:10-Jun-2024


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