Two Indians, including a ship Captain and two Filipinos, were amongst the first 4 COVID cases that came to light at Alang shipbreaking yard, India.
Archives for July 2020
In a sustainable effort to adhere to strict rules of decarbonization, reduced levels of noise pollution, and to take the pressure off a saturated road transport system, the European shipping industry may now be looking at a revolution with its concept for Automated ships.
Marine Insight had earlier reported that 473 Indian seafarers had been received at Murmagaon Port Trust(MPT), Goa. It is now confirmed by the port officials that all the seafarers who disembarked from the ship have been sent home.
APM Terminals has introduced application programming interface (API) accessibility to build stronger, digital supply chains for logistics customers.
Following the footsteps of Norwegian cruise lines Hurtigruten and SeaDream, Genting Cruise Lines stand next to restarting operations with their Ship Explorer Dream, beginning from the 26th of July, 2020.
MV Celanova (IMO 9268394) had been abandoned by its owner with no rudder and dwindling food supplies after Filipino authorities detained the ship in February.
ICS is encouraging ships around the world to sound their horns when in port at 12.00 local time on 8th July to remind Governments of the ongoing crew change crisis.
The RMI, Registrar of Non-resident Domestic Corporationslaunched its online economic substance reporting portal and guidance on how to utilize the portal today.
New company formed to build solutions that combine AI, automation, and data analytics, giving users the ability to predict and plan for the future while enhancing safety and efficiency across their fleets.