The MPA launched the first-ever International Safety@Sea Conference in Singapore today and the conference will run for two days and concludes on 31 August 2016.
Archives for August 2016
The Oak Spirit proudly joins its sister vessel, the Creole Spirit, as the second M-type, Electronically Controlled, Gas Injection Type LNG carrier in the world.
APM Terminals’ Port Elizabeth facility is one of the largest container terminals in the port complex, handling over 2,100 trucks a day, 4000 terminal gate transactions and more than 500 vessel calls per year.
Maersk Tankers A/S of Denmark has selected Wärtsilä’s EC BWMS for three new 50,000 DWT MR tankers being built at the Samsung Heavy Industries yard in China.
Mariner B – the FSU for the Statoil operated Mariner field on the UKCS – left South Korea on 20 June. It has sailed a distance equalling two thirds around the world.
MOL announced that the company and its subsidiary MOL Information Systems, have signed a contract with Yokohama National University to conduct a joint study on the analysis and use of big data related to ocean shipping.
The ABF and AFP, in cooperation with the US Department of HSI, NZCS and the CBSA has resulted in the seizure of approximately 95 kilograms of cocaine from a cruise ship in Sydney.
The Coast Guard is investigating an allision that occurred when the passenger vessel Spirit of Baltimore struck the pier at Henderson Wharf Marina in Baltimore, Sunday morning.
The Hapag-Lloyd shareholders approved all items on the agenda at today’s Annual General Meeting, the main matter regarded creating the capital conditions.