The six-day blockage of the Suez Canal and its welcomed refloating has shed new light on the critical job done by tug and towage workers.
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As the grounded Suez Canal ship Ever Given is refloated and continues its journey, dredger of the canal recollects the event.
The first chemical tanker of MR type has been laid down at the Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex. This is the main vessel in a series of 3 tankers which are already being constructed at Zvezda.
As per officials at Egypt’s Great Bitter Lake, the 25 Indian crew are in good health and are commencing on the journey to Rotterdam. The crew won’t be replaced as of now and will sail to Rotterdam if it is deemed fit after full inspection.
Trouble is brewing along the Paradip Port as 14 crew members of MV APJ Kais have been diagnosed with COVID-19.
Royal IHC has recently received an ‘approval in principle’ (AiP) from classification society Bureau Veritas for the design of a hydrogen-fuelled trailing suction hopper dredger (TSHD).
Damen is known in the Dredging market for its array of vessels for different dredging projects. These vessels include a range of cutter suction dredgers, workboats and small to mid-size trailing suction hopper dredgers, or TSHDs.
Allseas is equipping Pioneering Spirit with a second unique lift system capable of removing and installing complete offshore jackets weighing up to 20,000 t in one go.
The fees charged by a port terminal operator to the vessel operator are called Terminal Handling Charges or THC. Find out everything you wanted to know about terminal charges inside the article.