The wife of one of the Filipino seafarers onboard the cargo ship- Gulf Livestock 1, that sank in waters of Japan is pleading for government’s help.
Archives for September 2020
Indian ministers assessed the condition of Motor Tanker (MT) New Diamond and scrutinised ways to expedite arrangements for the discharge of cargo crude from the vessel.
At 10:50 on September 21, the Ningbo Maritime Department received a report informing them of the collision that had occurred along the coast of Xiangshan, Ningbo.
Three weeks after 40 seafarers vanished at sea when a typhoon destroyed their ship, not knowing is tearing their loved ones apart, says international maritime charity Sailors’ Society.
As many countries have restricted travellers from outside their own, ship crew members are facing a ‘Humanitarian Crisis’ at sea.
The CMA CGM JACQUES SAADE has joined CMA CGM Group’s fleet thus becoming the largest LNG-powered container ship in the world.
The purpose of Maritime Forecast to 2050 is to enhance the ability of shipping stakeholders, especially shipowners, to navigate the technological, regulatory, and market uncertainties in the industry, and set shipping on a pathway to decarbonization.
Increasing numbers of cases of human and labour rights abuse towards Indonesian fishers on foreign-flagged vessels are coming to light.
A new concept for a collaborative global ecosystem of maritime transport decarbonization initiatives has been introduced by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and Singapore, during a global webinar on decarbonization.