Ship Operations

Hong Kong Maritime Week 2018 (HKMW 2018) kicked off on Sunday with an orienteering race.
Fuel tester Veritas Petroleum Services (VPS) is not expecting major problems with compliant 0.5% low sulphur fuel oil set to be used to meet the IMO’s 2020 sulphur cap.
Mobile telecoms body Inmarsat has enhanced its maritime cyber security service, Fleet Secure, with two new additions: intelligent endpoint security for onboard computers and a mobile training app for crew.
Japanese shipowner NYK has released a concept design for a zero emission car carrier.
It hasn’t been easy, even among professionals, to have too much sympathy for Francesco Schettino, formerly master of the Costa Concordia, currently serving a 16 year prison sentence in Rome. 
Feeder vessel owner MPC Container Ships has lined up a major potential scrubber orders for the majority of its fleet.
Reacting to what it calls “the fast pace of change” in the area of autonomous vessel, the UK has issued an updated version of its industry Code of Practice for…
Vietnam’s Petrolimex, via its Singapore unit, has filed an application in the Singapore High Court to wind up bunker supplier Brightoil Petroleum Singapore, according to a legal notice published in…
Whatever the outcome of Brexit negotiations, the UK intends to remain “the undisputed leading global hub for Maritime Services,” Shipping Minister Nusrat Ghani told attendees at the Maritime London/IMIF annual…
Tideworks Technology, Inc, and the  International Maritime University of Panama (UMIP), the Caribbean Maritime University (CMU) of Jamaica, and Manzanillo International Terminal-Panamá, S.A. (MIT), have signed a letter of intent for academic collaboration.
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