It is important for deck officers and crew on ships to have a sound knowledge about containers, including container markings, their standard dimensions and the means to identify their stowed position.
Archives for September 2019
Batteries are one of the energy sources available onboard vessels which are used in case of blackout and emergency situations on board a ship.
ABS has granted Approval in Principle (AIP) to the conceptual design of carbon fiber LNG Fuel Tanks, inspired by techniques common in the space industry.
One year since the implementation of APM Terminal’s new global operator training programme known as ConQuip, and the approach is paying off. The company’s goal is to implement standardized operator training across 38 Global Operations.
In September 2018, Leading Classification Society ClassNK analyzed the retrofitting status of BWMS on its registered ships and confirmed that installation deadlines based on the BWM Convention for many of them are highly concentrated in the year 2022.
Albwardy Damen has been presented with the Shipyard of the Year Award at a glittering ceremony that took place on the first evening of the UAE Maritime Week.
ONE confirms that its chartered container ship MV ONE BLUE JAY came into contact with a chemical tanker in the vicinity of Port of Perama, Piraeus, Greece, at around 1409 hours local time (UTC +3) yesterday 26 September 2019.
MOL announced that eleven MOL-operated/managed vessels have received commendations from the commanders of the 3rd, 5th and 10th Regional Coast Guard Headquarters of the Japan Coast Guard (JCG).
Before the delivery, on August 30, Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. (MHIMSB) held a naming ceremony at the Nagasaki Shipyard Koyagi Plant of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.