To ensure profitable operations, a new project has been developed and successfully implemented to widen ships and increase the TEU capacity by more than 20%.
Archives for April 2015
Ports, harbours and waterways have to manage an ever growing volume and mix of recreational activity and heavy commercial activity – at times across the same compact waterspace. This creates a series of challenging marine planning requirements that need to be addressed.
The aim of the “Unlocking the issue” advocacy campaign is to bring human rights awareness to the forefront of the maritime and fishing industries and their regulators.
Sailor’s Society, one of the largest seafarer support charities operating internationally, has used Singapore Maritime Week to launch its unique Wellness at Sea coaching and support programme to Asia’s shipping industry.
A small coastal tanker is hijacked by pirates in South East Asia every two weeks on average, a report from the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has revealed.
The First ship of Project – 15B, Guided Missile Destroyer of Indian Navy, christened ‘Visakhapatnam’ was launched on at a magnificent ceremony at Mazagaon Dock Limited (MDL), Mumbai.
Watch a young baby being rescued from a ship carrying thousands of immigrants after falling ill.
The ‘Clear Advantage’ tanker design series reduces ballast requirements by 40%. Ready to be built, the designs combine operational and environmental performance improvements.
The first KNUD E. HANSEN A/S ferry design was built in 1949 and was named Ritan. The second was built in 1971 and was also named Ritan. The new ferry will replace the 40 m RoPax ferry which is currently servicing the island of Nolsoy.