As per Customer Advisory dated January 10, 2021, MV Madrid Bridge, serving in East Coast 4 (EC4) Service, suffered container collapse in the North Atlantic Ocean during transit to her next port of call in New York, USA. Based on initial investigations, it is estimated that approximately 60 units were overboard, and 80 units were…
From 1 September, the Harbour Master’s division of the Port of Rotterdam Authority will effectively enforce in the event of violations of the new regulations of the Port Regulations regarding lashing at sea.
As the pandemic pushes the demand for things, carriers are under pressure to deliver faster and in this rush several containers have been toppling over.
Sea cargo container lashing or to secure container on ship’s deck with equipments like turnbuckle & twist lock is a high risk cargo handling job in liner trade.
Container Shipping Supporting Seafarers (CSSS) has voiced concern over the physical and psychological impact of a container stack collapse on the seafarer.
the container vessel ONE Apus (IMO# 9806079) can confirm that the ship is now safely berthed in the Port of Kobe after losing 1,816 containers overboard when it encountered severe weather on Monday, November 30, 2020.
The Dutch court unfortunately refrained from immediately ordering a shipowner and manning agents to comply with the Non-Seafarers’ Work Clause, also known as the Dockers’ Clause.
Container ship UNI FLORIDA is now involved in yet another incident of containers toppling off the stern of the vessel as it was on its voyage from Saudi Arabia, arriving at Jebel Ali.
The ship will leave the Port of Brisbane this evening without cargo and with a new Master. AMSA inspectors attended APL England and were satisfied that the ship was fit to sail to China to undertake repairs.