The importance of shipping in supporting and sustaining today’s global society gives IMO’s work a significance that reaches far beyond the industry itself.
Archives for September 2016
The ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation) today described the refusal of shore leave to seafarers on board Hanjin ships in the USA as a denial of human rights.
Just down river from Damen Song Cam Shipyard, SAL Heavy Lift’s MV Svenja departed from Halong Bay loaded with 14 vessels.
JNPT will now harness solar energy and reduce its dependency on conventional electricity from the grid.
Arctech Helsinki Shipyard delivered, icebreaker Polaris, to the Finnish Transport Agency on September 28th, 2016.
Bigger ships may be using the newly widened Panama Canal, but they’re not bypassing Oakland to get there.
Hanjin Shipping, filed for receivership last month, putting thousands of jobs at risk.
Parks Canada’s Underwater Archaeology Team confirmed the identity of the wreck of HMS Terror, discovered off the shores of King William Island in Nunavut.
Adding to the 30,000 reefers acquired in 2015, the investments lowers the average age of Maersk Line’s reefer fleet to 7.9 years.