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Asia Shipbuilding lays the foundation for innovative sailing
Asia Shipbuilding and Kostec have held a keel-laying ceremony for a new Pacific Island Supply Vessel in Geoje City, South Korea, as part of a GIZ program. The purpose of this program is to reduce carbon emissions in domestic maritime transport and is financed by the IKI (International Climate Initiative) and the Federal Ministry for the Environment... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Jun-2023



Automation journey for ports only just beginning
Global ports are “on their automation journey” but trust issues and a lack of standardisation are hampering wider take-up of automation. According to Tomi Tuulkari, director of product management at Kalmar, terminal automation is “definitely here to stay”, inspired by the proven power of automation in factories and warehouse logistics... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:2-Jun-2023



Singapore authorities investigate Seatrium for corruption
Singapore’s CPIB is investigating Seatrium Offshore Engineering. Seatrium is a shipyard entity created through a 2023 $1.5bn merger between Singapore oil rig builders, Sembcorp Marine and Keppel Offshore & Marine. Both Sembcorp and Keppel had been linked to corruption cases in Brazil involving the multi-billion dollar “Operation Car Wash” investigation... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Jun-2023



Taiwan Shipping Firms Set to Hand Out Bumper Bonuses Again
Taiwanese shipping companies are handing out bumper mid-year bonuses despite a slump in global cargo as the industry continues to benefit from earlier pandemic gains. Yang Ming Marine Transport Corp. is awarding workers up to 30 months salary on their next payday after shareholders approved the NT$2.3 billion (US$75 million) bonus last Friday,.. -gCaptain

Posted On:2-Jun-2023



TW Shipping and Wärtsilä join hands on decarbonisation modelling
Wärtsilä, the Finnish technology group, has reached an agreement to use decarbonisation modelling on bulk carriers owned by Orient Express Lines in Dubai, which are managed by Transworld Ship Management. The vessels will undergo an assessment of technologies such as Wärtsilä’s Energoprofin, an energy-saving propeller cap, a shore power solution,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Jun-2023



Wallem Group Celebrates its 120th Anniversary
Wallem Group, a leading global maritime partner, is marking its 120th-anniversary year with a programme of events in Europe and Asia, during which the company will celebrate its rich history and look ahead to the future of shipping. Established by Haakon J. Wallem in 1903 in Shanghai,.. -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:2-Jun-2023



Shipping Can Be Greener, Safer And More Efficient If Technological Change Is Worker-Led
Seafarers see the prospect of autonomous ships as an opportunity to solve a number of problems in commercial shipping but warn that crew expertise is central to decision-making in a time of technological change, and to make change effective companies and governments need to ensure the technology is transparent and reliable...  Marine Insight

Posted On:2-Jun-2023



Kenya: Stakeholders raise concerns over rising discrimination against women in shipping
AMID calls for gender parity in the global shipping industry with women participation at just two percent, there are concerns that the existing nomenclature massively discriminates against women’s participation in the sector. Kenya’s Special Envoy for Maritime and Blue Economy, Amb Nancy Karigithu made this remark recently,..  Tribune Online

Posted On:2-Jun-2023



Maritime safety and pollution from ships are addressed in new EU legislative proposals
The European Commission has put forward five legislative proposals to update maritime safety and prevent pollution. The changes will harmonize EU rules with international regulations, as 75% of the bloc’s external trade is conducted by sea... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Jun-2023



Australia Holds Master and Line Convicts Responsible for Pilot’s Ladder Fall Injuries.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has taken the unusual step of prosecuting and securing a conviction related to injuries suffered by a marine pilot. The Cyprus-flagged cargo ship AAL Dampier was departing the Port of Fremantle, Australia on August 24, 2022 when the pilot fell more than 20 feet from the ladder... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Jun-2023



Singapore Sees Dramatic Jump in Detentions Due to Shadow Fleet: Report
A growing array of participants from around the shipping industry are raising concerns about the increasing dangers as the shadow fleet of tankers continues to grow. Operating under flags of convenience, they are highlighting that these ships are following lax safety standards, are subject to minimal if any safety checks,..  The Maritime Executive

Posted On:2-Jun-2023



Philippines: Online ad lures Filipino victims into job scam abroad
The Bureau of Immigration (BI) on Thursday said several rescued human trafficking victims were recruited through social media advertisements. In a statement, the BI said the two Laos-bound victims were intercepted at the Clark International Airport in Pampanga after pretending to be seafarers on May 24... -pna.gov.ph

Posted On:2-Jun-2023



Australia Bans Bulk Carrier Over Multiple Deficiencies
Panama-flagged bulk carrier Babuza Wisdom has been banned from Australian waters for a period of 90 days by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) due to numerous detainable deficiencies, including a faulty rescue boat engine. The vessel is operated by Taiwan-based Well Shipmanagment & Maritime Consultant Company Limited,.. -gCaptain

Posted On:2-Jun-2023



Early Seafarers May Have Traveled the Caspian Sea
According to a statement released by De Gruyter, an analysis of shell beads found at the Kaylu rock shelter, which is located on the eastern shores of the Caspian Sea, suggests that people may have taken maritime voyages some 11,500 years ago. Archaeological evidences shows that the rock shelter was in use for long periods of time during the late Mesolithic and Neolithic periods... -Archaeology

Posted On:2-Jun-2023



Sener designs new biofuel tanker able to capture CO2 from other vessels
Technology and engineering group Sener has completed the conceptual design of a new model of sustainable tanker that can carry heavy fuel oil (HFO), very low sulfur fuel oil (VLSFO), biofuels and marine gas oils (MGO), and can also store the captured CO2 from nearby vessels... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:2-Jun-2023


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