Thailand has committed itself to ensure acceptable living and working conditions for fishers on board ships by ratifying the Work in Fishing Convention.
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Energy efficiency, flexibility and optimised space availability will be built into the new Wasaline ferry that will transform freight and passenger connections between Umeå in Sweden and Vaasa in Finland.
CEO of BW LPG, Martin Ackermann confirms that their LPG carrier the 1992-built BW Helios arrived at a certified, Hong Kong Convention applicable, recycling facility in India on 21st January 2019.
Refugees and migrants attempting to reach Europe via the Mediterranean Sea lost their lives at an alarming rate in 2018, as cuts in search and rescue operations reinforced its position as the world’s deadliest sea crossing.
According to new data released today by the NGO Shipbreaking Platform, 744 large ocean-going commercial vessels were sold to the scrap yards in 2018.
The Bahamas Maritime Authority has recorded its lowest ever number of annual detentions following port state control (PSC) inspections with only 24 ships being detained in 2018.
MOL announced that its LNG-fueled tugboat Ishin bunkered LNG fuel in Sakai Senboku Port for the first time, in preparation for test operation.
Fine tuning the Navis N4 Expert Decking Module, the system which automates yard planning, has resulted in major efficiencies in yard and quay operations at APM Terminals’ SCCT, Port Said, Egypt.
The Group stands out for providing a significant achievement, breakthrough or contribution in all aspects of energy efficiency in shipping throughout the year.
The daily use of new technologies, together with environmentally friendly measures, projected d’Amico among the most efficient and sustainable shipping groups worldwide.