On World Human Rights Day 2019, from within the shipping industry, a merchant crew of eleven seafarers in eight languages show their solidarity and support in a video message to Human Rights at Sea.
The keel laying of the second 208,000 GT Dream Cruises ship of the Global Class took place at MV WERFTEN in Rostock. This is where the midship ship is made.
The Minister for the Environment and Natural Resources has issued a regulation tightening fuel requirements, which effectively bans the use of heavy fuel oil in the territorial sea of Iceland.
In a ceremony celebrating the U.S. Navy’s newest nuclear-powered aircraft carrier and the American hero for whom the ship is named, Huntington Ingalls Industries’ christened John F. Kennedy at the company’s Newport News Shipbuilding division.
ABS has granted Approval in Principle (AIP) to Deltamarin and GTT for a dual-fuel Newcastlemax bulk carrier design.
Bahri has become an official member of the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network, a global business network of over 110 companies working together to tackle corruption in the maritime industry.
Artemis Technologies has announced a joint venture with Denmark’s Tuco Marine Group to produce the world’s first zero emissions workboat.
Oldendorff Carriers is pleased to announce its membership in the Getting to Zero Coalition. The Coalition is an alliance of more than 100 likeminded companies and organizations within the maritime sphere, supported by key governments and IGOs.