In the longer term, it is expected that there will be a full investigation into this incident and that the results and findings will be brought to IMO so that we can do whatever may be necessary.
Archives for January 2018
Thirty-two people are missing after a tanker vessel carrying Iranian oil collided with a Chinese bulk carrier near Shanghai. The tanker carrying 136,000 tonnes of oil has been burning for more than 24 hours post accident.
Seaspan Corporation announced today that it has accepted delivery of the MSC Yashi B, an 11000 TEU containership that will commence a bareboat charter with MSC for a period of seventeen years.
Subic-based Korean shipbuilder HHIC-Phil Inc. made wave once more with the successful keel laying for two tankers at the company’s 326-hectare Subic shipyard last December 18, 2017.
Incheon Port’s 3 million TEU is a record achieved in 12 years after achieving 1 million TEU (2005) and in 4 years after achieving 2 million TEU (2013) and based on the 2016 performance.
The PSA’s investigation of the fatal accident of 7 December 2017 on Maersk Interceptor has identified serious shortcomings in systems and processes for materials handling.
DryShips, a diversified owner of ocean going cargo vessels, announced today that it has taken delivery of its fourth high specification very large gas carrier newbuilding.
Keppel FELS, a wholly owned subsidiary of Keppel O&M, has delivered the jackup rig, SAGA, to Borr Drilling Limited (Borr Drilling) safely, on time and on budget.
Four of cruise industry’s leading brands – AIDA Cruises, Carnival Cruise Line, Holland America Line and Seabourn – from the world’s largest leisure travel company will debut new ships in 2018