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India: Govt aims at Rs 10L cr investment, 1.5L jobs in maritime sector
The Central government has identified investment opportunities worth more than Rs 10 lakh crore in the maritime sector that can generate employment opportunities for 15 lakh youths, and can play a vital role in India’s economic progression in the Asia-Pacific region, said Union Minister of Ports, Shipping and Waterways, Sarbananda Sonowal, on Tuesday... -The New Indian Express

Posted On:20-Jul-2023



Crew shortage could shut down Hubbard for a week
The Alaska Marine Highway System may have to cancel some Lynn Canal sailings this week as the state ferry system’s hiring woes continue through the peak summer travel season, its top official said Friday, July 14. “We’re at risk of shutting the Hubbard down this next week because we can’t get another licensed engineer onboard,” AMHS director Craig Tornga told... -Wrangellsentinel

Posted On:20-Jul-2023



FuelTrust report reveals alarming bunker discrepancies
Between 2021 and 2022, more than 39% of global bunkers exhibited a fuel content delta of 2% or more compared to the amounts stated in their delivery paperwork, a new report examining bunker discrepancies in the maritime industry released by Texas-based green-tech start-up FuelTrust said... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:20-Jul-2023



The Geneva Declaration on Human Rights at Sea
History tells us that as with many progressive steps in the area of human rights, change at an institutional or inter-governmental level is driven by committed individuals and non-governmental organisations... -GARD

Posted On:20-Jul-2023



Arctic Port Welcomes First Cruise Ship in Over a Decade
Churchill, a northern town in Manitoba, Canada, recently celebrated a unique event as it opened its port to a visiting cruise ship for the first time in over a decade, Silver Endeavour. The cruise ship, part of the Silversea fleet, is one of the world’s most luxurious polar cruise vessels... -Cruise Hive

Posted On:20-Jul-2023



Anneliese Jost To Receive International Maritime Prize
Anneliese Jost from Germany has been chosen as the recipient of the International Maritime Prize for 2022, announced by the International Maritime Organization (IMO). The decision was made by the IMO Council during its 129th session, held from July 17-21, after Jost was nominated by the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Jul-2023



India: Adani Ports aims to increase cargo volume to 1 billion tons by 2030
APSEZ, with a market capitalization of ₹1.57 trillion, plans to gradually expand its port interests beyond India, according to Karan Adani. However, he emphasized that investments outside of India would primarily focus on operational ports and have limited equity exposure... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Jul-2023



Germany ready to assist PH in training, educating healthcare workers, seafarers
The German government said that it is ready to assist the Philippine government in training and even supporting the education of aspiring healthcare professionals as the demand for Filipino nurses in Europe continues. German Ambassador Anke Reiffenstuel said it is only right for the Philippines to ask recruiting countries to invest in education of future healthcare workers... -CNN Philippines

Posted On:20-Jul-2023



Stella Maris sponsors workshops to identify enslaved seafarers
The global maritime charity Stella Maris is sponsoring a series of new workshops to help ship workers and port authorities identify seafarers enslaved on the high seas. Every year, Stella Maris’s 1,000 chaplains and ship visitors visit 70,000 vessels in 353 ports worldwide. It is the largest ship-visiting charity in the world... -The Tablet

Posted On:20-Jul-2023



CBL International unit launches biofuel bunker operations in Hong Kong
Banle Energy International, a subsidiary of CBL International Limited, has successfully completed its first B24 biofuel bunker operation in Hong Kong. The operation was conducted in collaboration with ASB Biodiesel and Seven Seas Oil. This initiative is part of Banle Energy’s efforts to support IMO's Greenhouse Gas Strategy,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Jul-2023



30% of the world’s shipping fleet needs to upgrade technology for CII reporting
By March 21 next year, it is required for the previous year’s CII data to be calculated and reported to the Data Collection System (DCS) verifier. AkzoNobel estimates that more than 30% of ships in the global fleet will need to upgrade their technology in order to meet this requirement... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Jul-2023



UK: Required Teaching Fellow in Maritime Engineering
The University of Southampton is in the top 1% of universities worldwide – a reflection of our exceptional reputation for research and student experience. Within our School, we have a strong focus on providing the best possible education to our students, helping them to broaden their horizons and have successful futures... -Times Higher Education

Posted On:20-Jul-2023



ILWU Canada rejects proposed labor contract and resumes port strike
The Canadian branch of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) has rejected a proposal from a federal mediator for a labor settlement, resulting in the closure of the country’s western ports for the second time in weeks. The strike, which started on July 1, caused operations in the ports of Vancouver and Prince Rupert to come to a halt... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Jul-2023



MAN to develop methanol retrofit solutions for medium-speed marine engines
MAN Energy Solutions is about to start developing retrofit solutions for medium-speed marine engines as part of a research association including WTZ Roßlau gGmbh and TU-Darmstadt. The three-year research project, ‘CliNeR-ECo’, is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK) with initial work having already commenced at the beginning of 2023... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:20-Jul-2023



Maryland Police Medevac Crewmember After 10-Foot Fall
On Monday, the Maryland State Police took a brief detour from their everyday duties to medevac a seafarer from a bulker on the Chesapeake Bay. At about 1345 hours, the U.S. Coast Guard contacted the Maryland State Police and asked if one of their helicopter crews could hoist an injured seafarer off the deck of a cargo ship... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:20-Jul-2023



Container ship capsized after collision off Ningbo, dozens of containers in water
Container ship XIN YUAN LONG 6 collided with sand carrier (no details) in the morning Jul 17, shortly after leaving Ningbo, China. Sand carrier sank. XIN YUAN LONG 6 suffered hull breach or breaches, developed heavy portside list and capsized, with at least 40 containers falling into water... -FleetMon

Posted On:20-Jul-2023



Kerch Strait still closed for transit, more than hundred ships stuck waiting
As of morning Jul 19, Kerch Strait remains closed for ships sailing to and from Azov sea ports – with all Azov sea ports being either Russian, or occupied by Russian forces. Situation with the Kerch Bridge after explosions might be worse than it is officially said by both sides,.. -FleetMon

Posted On:20-Jul-2023


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