In what was termed as a ‘workplace accident’, Chinese vessel Long Xing 629 has reported the death of an Indonesian crew member, on Tuesday, 11th Aug 2020. The death took place onboard the fishing ship while it was sailing off the coast of Peru.
The ITF and its affiliates are deeply shocked by two terrible accidents that have taken the lives of nearly 200 people.
The new law imposes that certain commodities can only be transported for import or export by national maritime transport companies.
The international dockworkers’ community is in mourning following the death of an Indonesian worker who was killed on the job at ICTSI facility in Jakarta overnight.
CMA CGM OTELLO on 23rd April, arrived Indonesia celebrating her impending maiden voyage for the industry’s first direct service from Indonesia to the U.S. on 24 April.
More than 135,00-square-miles of coral reef area was damaged after British-owned cruise ship crashed into the reefs in Raja Ampat, West Papua, earlier this month.
Indonesia fears piracy on a shipping route along its sea border with the Philippines could reach Somalian levels and has told vessels to avoid danger areas, officials said on Thursday, after a spate of kidnappings.
The amount of time it takes for imports to clear Indonesian ports will be reduced to 3.7 days from 4.7 days under new reforms of procedures, the chief economics minister said.
Indonesia’s president on Wednesday rejected Inpex Corp and Royal Dutch Shell’s proposal to build the world’s largest floating liquefied natural gas plant in the country’s east, saying an onshore plant would benefit its economy more.