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IMO adopts amendments to maritime safety codes.
IMO Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) held its 107th session from May 31 to June 9, 2023. During the meeting, several amendments and recommendations were adopted, including updates to the Life-Saving Appliance (LSA) Code and MSC.81(70) Revised recommendation on the testing of life-saving appliances... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Jun-2023



India: T K Ramachandran Named New Secretary, MoPSW
T K Ramachandran is an Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer from Tamil Nadu, currently serving as Chairman of the V O Chidambaranar Port Authority, one of the largest ports in India owned by the Centre. He has been on a Central deputation since 28 December 2018 and has been promoted to the rank of Secretary by October 2022... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Jun-2023



IMO Agrees On Relevance Of STCW To Autonomous Shipping
The IMO Maritime Safety Committee (MSC 107) advanced efforts to support maritime autonomous surface ships (MASS) when it met between May 31 and 9 June 9. The Committee made progress on the development of a goal-based instrument regulating the operation of MASS which is expected to be adopted by 2025 after completion of a related regulatory scoping exercise... -MarineLink

Posted On:15-Jun-2023



UK Offshore Wind Industry Set to Create 70,000 Jobs by 2030
The UK offshore wind industry is set to create almost 70,000 new jobs by 2030, bringing the total number of jobs in the sector to over 100,000. According to a report by the Offshore Wind Industry Council (OWIC), the industry’s rapid growth will require an average of 10,000 new workers each year to meet its targets... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Jun-2023



MSC Chiyo delivered to MSC
Chinese shipbuilder Dalian Shipbuilding Industry Co. held a naming and delivery ceremony for the 16,000 TEU containership MSC Chiyo. The vessel was constructed for the world’s largest container shipping company MSC. The ship’s design was meticulously crafted by MARIC, with the MARIC HERCULES neo-Panamax ship serving as the blueprint for the vessel... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:15-Jun-2023



Race against Time to Safely Remove Oil From Yemeni Tanker
An operation is underway to move oil from a wrecked tanker off the coast of Yemen that experts have labeled a “ticking time bomb.” The tanker, named FSO Safer, had been sitting idle for years with over a million barrels of crude oil on board, but it was inaccessible due to Yemen’s civil war... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Jun-2023



Recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in maritime matters
Last year, the Shanghai Maritime Court issued a ruling(1) recognising the judgments and orders of the English High Court and Court of Appeal in the charterparty dispute between Grand China Logistics Holding (Group) Co, Ltd and Spar Shipping AS.(2) This case marks the first time that a Chinese court has recognised a commercial or maritime judgment... -Lexology

Posted On:15-Jun-2023



Dutch shortsea shipping company opts for green methanol future fuel.
A2B-online, a Dutch shortsea shipping company, has announced plans to use green methanol as a future fuel for its two new methanol dual-fuel feeders. The vessels are currently under construction at Sedef Shipyard in Turkey and will be used for short sea services from Germany and the Benelux region to Britain... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Jun-2023



Study calls for stricter regulations on ship scrubber discharge.
Researchers from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have found that the discharge from shipping exhaust scrubbers, when considered in combination with other emissions of metals and environmental hazards, can put the marine environment at significant risk... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Jun-2023



Carnival Cruise Ship Diverts Due to Lack of Fresh Water
Guests aboard Carnival Elation have had an unexpected visit to Port Canaveral because the ship is currently unable to produce adequate fresh water. The onboard engineering and maintenance team is working to repair the issue, but it was necessary for the ship to call on Port Canaveral to take on more fresh water... -Cruise Hive

Posted On:15-Jun-2023



UK ports sign data sharing agreement with UKHO
The Port of London Authority (PLA) and Peel Ports Group in the UK have respectively signed Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) with the UK Hydrographic Office (UKHO) to improve the supply, management and sharing of hydrographic and marine data... -Smart Maritime Network

Posted On:15-Jun-2023



Major Methanol Bunkering Projects by Shipping Companies and Ports.
Maersk, the Danish shipping company, announced on June 13 that it had secured fuel for its carbon-neutral methanol-powered container ship’s maiden voyage. Methanol has gained popularity in the shipping industry as a potential alternative to bunkering and is part of a larger push towards net-zero emissions by 2050... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Jun-2023



WinGD enhances fuel-flexible efficiency with Variable Compression Ratio
WinGD has introduced a core engine technology that for the first time eliminates the need for ship operators to compromise on optimal combustion when using multiple fuels. VCR, jointly developed with MESDU, will be installed on a vessel powered by an X62DF engine and then rolled out across selected engines of the X-DF engine portfolio... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:15-Jun-2023



How Shipdex has become the protocol for the maritime industry
The origins of Shipdex can be traced back to Marco Vatteroni, the author of the Shipdex Protocol, during his tenure at Fincantieri-Naval Department, the Italian Shipyard, starting in the early 2000s. It was during this time that it was recognised that there was a need for standardisation in the exchange of technical documentation...  Digital Ship

Posted On:15-Jun-2023



Fire on tanker in Singapore extinguished with no injuries or pollution.
A fire broke out on the Indonesian-flagged tanker, Pink Dini, which was berthed at Jurong Port Tank Terminals in Singapore on the morning of Wednesday, 29 September. The blaze took almost two hours to contain and no injuries or pollution were reported. MPA was informed of the fire at 7:30am on Wednesday, and smoke was observed in the front of the ship... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Jun-2023


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