The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) announces the launch of its Progressive Web App (PWA) for its Common Marine Inspection Document system.
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The infrastructure will comprise some 63,000 square meters and 13,462 meters of concessionary water on the former grounds of the Unión Naval de Levante, between the Poniente quay and the Espigón del Turia quay
Among these, drones, are seen becoming a regular tool of use in the maritime industry as plays an important role in ship safety and optimises maintenance operations.
While the onset of pandemic has disrupted life for many seafarers who either stranded at sea with extended tenure or awaiting a new job opportunity to return to the sea, the maritime sector has surprisingly stayed active throughout the pandemic.
A container vessel was adrift in dense fog, standing-by off a busy port waiting for berth availability. A tanker was approaching the same port. Find out how an unfortunate incident happened.
On Wednesday, a cargo ship called for help from a U.S Coast Guard ship after departing San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Misuga Kaiun Co. Ltd, a Japanese-based company engaged in international shipping, was sentenced yesterday in federal court before U.S. District Court Judge Paul G. Byron in Orlando, Florida.
DP World Limited handled 33.9 million TEU across its global portfolio of container terminals in the first half of 2020, with gross container volumes decreasing by 5.3% year-on-year on a reported basis and down 3.9% on a like-for-like basis.
Following successful testing at the Turukhtanny customs post in June this year, First Container Terminal will become the first Russian terminal to transfer to a fully paperless export management system for containers.