After much delay and shortcomings, 3 of the Indian seafarers from Ever Given crew have been given permission to leave the ship by the Suez Canal Authorities.
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After a tanker and bulker collision left an oil spill in the Yellow Sea in China, Chinese authorities have accelerated efforts to clean it up. A crew started working to contain the oil spill immediately after the incident on Tuesday.
AMSA has banned the bulk carrier Movers 3 from Australian ports for 18 months following outstanding mechanical and survey issues being resolved this week.
Castor Maritime entered into agreements to acquire two 2006 Korean-built MR1 tankers, two 2004 Korean-built Aframax/LR2 tankers and one 2002 Korean-built Aframax/LR2 tanker.
Damen delivered the 111-metre Damen Stan Pontoon 11226 RD mega-barge Tomsk to Combi Lift, a leading expert in the transport of heavy lift and project cargoes world-wide.
IMO-Singapore NextGEN project aims to facilitate collaboration and information sharing across maritime decarbonization initiatives.
Tug crews removed Section Seven of the Golden Ray wreck from the Environmental Protection Barrier (EPB) by barge on Tuesday.
Wärtsilä will introduce a combined engine plus SCR packaged product aimed at complying with China’s Stage II marine engine emission standard that enters into force in July 2021.
This order aims at accommodating market growth. These vessels are expected to join the Group’s fleet between 2023 and 2024.