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India, Bangladesh discuss maritime cooperation
India and Bangladesh today discussed possibilities of cooperation in operations at sea. Admiral M Nazmul Hassan, Chief of the Bangladesh Navy who is on a five-day visit to India, called on Navy Chief Admiral R Hari Kumar at the South Block. They discussed issues related to the enhancement of cooperation in the field of operations, training and information exchange... -The Tribune India

Posted On:15-Sep-2023



India: Kolkata Plans to Build 15 Jetties to Boost Water Transport
The Urban Development and Municipal Affairs minister of West Bengal, Firhad Hakim, has pledged full cooperation in the development of Inland Water Transport (IWT) in the state. The Transport department will work alongside the Urban Development and Municipality Affairs department to coordinate the project,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Sep-2023



Wartsila Secures €75 Million Funding for Decarbonization Solution Research
Nordic Investment Bank (NIB) and Wärtsilä have agreed to a ten-year, EUR 75 million investment loan to support research and development in marine decarbonisation and renewable energy. The loan will provide long-term financing for Wärtsilä’s R&D investments in developing marine power supply and renewable energy solutions... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Sep-2023



Luxury Cruise Ship Freed After Running Aground in Greenland
The luxury cruise ship MV Ocean Explorer has been successfully pulled free after running aground in Greenland with 206 people on board. The ship was freed by a fisheries research vessel at high tide, with no injuries reported and no damage to the environment... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Sep-2023



Maersk Sets up Green Methanol Fuel Company
Maersk has teamed up with its majority owner to form a new company to produce “green methanol”, the shipping company said on Thursday, as it held a naming ceremony for the world’s first container vessel powered by the low-carbon fuel... -gCaptain

Posted On:15-Sep-2023



First methanol containership Laura Maersk named
AP Moller - Maersk has named its groundbreaking first methanol-fuelled containership Laura Maersk. The name of the 2,100 teu container feeder vessel was revealed by EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen at ceremony in the Port of Copenhagen on Thursday. Maersk Chair Robert Uggla and CEO Vincent Clerc also attended the ceremony... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:15-Sep-2023



ISWAN Introduces Innovative Platform for Secure Job Hunting by Crew Members
The International Seafarers’ Welfare and Assistance Network (ISWAN) has developed a free guide to help job-seeking yacht crew find jobs safely. The guide, titled ‘Personal safety precautions for job-seeking yacht crew,’ aims to increase crew’s awareness of potential risks while looking for their next role... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Sep-2023



Nigeria: NPA Successfully Reconstructs Mission to Seafarers Facility in Lagos
The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) has fulfilled its promise to reconstruct the Mission to Seafarers (MTS) facility in Lagos. The NPA Managing Director, Mohammed Bello Koko, visited the dilapidated MTS facility in March 2023 and pledged to bring it up to international standards... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Sep-2023



India: Visakhapatnam Port Ranks Among the Top Three Ports for Cargo Handling
Visakhapatnam Port Authority has secured the third position in cargo throughput among all major ports. The Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways recently reviewed the performance of major ports from April to July, monitoring key performance indicators such as cargo volume, time before berth, turnaround time, production per vessel berth day, and idle time at berth... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Sep-2023



Safety Risks of Ammonia as a Shipping Fuel: Study Findings and Recommendations
Lloyd’s Register Maritime Decarbonization Hub and the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping have conducted a study on the safety risks of using ammonia as a shipping fuel. The study, titled “Recommendations for Design and Operation of Ammonia-Fuelled Vessels based on Multi-disciplinary Risk Analysis,” focused on the potential risks to a ship’s crew... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Sep-2023



OCI Global to Double Green Methanol Production Capacity in Response to Increasing Demand
OCI, a company listed on Euronext, has announced plans to double its green methanol capacity in Beaumont, Texas to 400,000 tonnes per year. This move would solidify OCI’s position as the largest producer and supplier of green methanol in the world. Currently, OCI has an annual production capacity of 200,000 tonnes of green methanol... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Sep-2023



Maritime Economic Development in Coastal Areas: Key Driver for Indonesia’s Economic Growth
Maritime economic development in coastal areas in Indonesia has the potential to contribute positively to the country’s economic growth target. The Coordinating Minister for Human Development and Culture, Muhadjir Effendy, stated that developing resilient coastal areas is necessary to achieve excellent human resources and an advanced Indonesia... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Sep-2023



X Shore introduces latest electric boat model designed for maritime professionals
Stockholm-based electric boat manufacturer X Shore has introduced its latest model, the X Shore PRO, targeting the maritime professional sector. The move comes as cities and countries around the world are implementing measures to reduce emissions from commercial boats... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Sep-2023



Panama Canal Backlog and Water Supply Issues: Delays and Potential Solutions
The Panama Canal is experiencing a backlog of ships due to a reduction in daily passages. Normally, 36 ships can transit the waterway each day, but this has been reduced to 32 ships. The maximum draught, or depth, allowed for ships is 13.4 meters. The backlog has caused delays for vessels, with an average wait time of 5.8 days... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Sep-2023



Suspended Prison Sentence for Commercial Rowing Boat Owner after Atlantic Crossing Incident
The owner and captain of a commercial rowing boat has been given a suspended prison sentence after a crew member fell overboard during an Atlantic crossing attempt. The owner, Simon Chalk, pleaded guilty to failing to ensure the safe operation of his vessel. The victim, Michael Johnson, was swept overboard by a wave and was not wearing a life jacket or personal locator beacon... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Sep-2023


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