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Among maritime heroes in New York, Gordon Loebl, the US Coast Guard’s Captain of the Port, stands out. Captain Loebl oversaw successful efforts that enabled the port in New York…
Though some brand legislation now set to start moving through the Greek parliament as a “game changer” for not only the country’s shipping sector, but for the country as a…
To the ever-growing list of acronyms related to carbon emissions reduction – think GHG, MBM, UNFCCC, CBDR and so on – add MRV, standing for Measuring (or Monitoring), Reporting and…
While much of Asia continues to celebrate the Lunar New Year leaving shipping somewhat moribund, another tragic, and very possibly avoidable, bulker accident has taken place off the Philippines.
Oslo: IM Skaugen have hit out at the Indonesian authorities over the continued detention of its vessel the Norgas Cathinka involved in a fatal collision with a ferry last September,…
Hamburg: ClassNK has received authorisation to carry out surveys on behalf of the German flag administration.
London: The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) highlighted "seemingly inadequate obligations” on flag states to submit the results of accident investigations, at its board meeting in London this week.
London: Shipowners operating off West Africa need to be “extremely careful” employing armed guards, the North P&I Club says.
London: The International Chamber of Shipping ICS has protested toll increases issued by the Suez Canal Authority (SCA). The news follows the announcement by SCA that tolls will increase by…
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