A stevedore died on the sport after he was crushed by the container on a ship during cargo operation at the Port of Auckland.
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The Dutch court unfortunately refrained from immediately ordering a shipowner and manning agents to comply with the Non-Seafarers’ Work Clause, also known as the Dockers’ Clause.
Yara Marine announced its new corporate accelerator program, Yara Marine X, a start-up competition aiming to provide a home for technology and solutions that will contribute to a greener maritime industry
Stolt-Nielsen Limited announced that Stolt Tankers B.V. has agreed to acquire five chemical tankers from Chemical Transportation Group (CTG) for trading in the Stolt Tankers Joint Service.
Despite the economic shockwaves engendered by the ongoing global pandemic, the world’s leading carriers continue to display signs of effective strategic management skills.
The new company will provide bespoke cybersecurity solutions, guidance, methodology and training to the maritime industry.
The ITF has been a key player every step of the way from the inception of the new IMO policy to its implementation.
The investment will be used to upgrade the port’s existing facilities to handle bigger ships and increase annual container capacity 1.35 to 1.6 million TEUs.
The world’s first in-water remote ship surveys using a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) have been completed by leading classification society, DNV GL.