The purchase, which also includes HiPAP 502 high-accuracy acoustic positioning and communication systems to support AUV operations, will be installed on the four Large Survey vessels currently in build for the Indian Navy.
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Scorpio Bulkers, Inc. has entered into an agreement with an unaffiliated third party to sell the SBI Rock, a 2016 built non-scrubber-fitted Kamsarmax vessel, for a price slightly in excess of $18 million.
With the integration of MICCO as part of Abu Dhabi Ports Logistics, the Group’s logistical arm is setting itself apart from the competition.
Seafarers will be guaranteed the National Minimum Wage thanks to new legislation coming into force today, helping improve welfare and protect British jobs, Maritime Minister Robert Courts.
Dutch Drone Delta held a new trial during which a drone delivered a package to the inland vessel Duancis. During this operation, Duancis was moving at normal speed along the waterway near Brienenoord Island.
Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering (KSOE) has won an order worth ₩420 Billion ($359m) for the construction of four very large crude carriers. The ships will be constructed by a subsidiary of KSOE, the HHI.
A Filipino crew member attacked another his fellow mariner with knives, brutally stabbing him multiple times; 17 times to be precise, inflicting numerous wounds.
Passenger and repatriation flights are essential to allow stranded seafarers to go home, and for their relief crews to be able to join ships.
A great deal has changed since March when the International Chamber of Shipping first issued guidance for the global shipping industry to help combat the spread of COVID-19.