Polar Regions now have new safety and environmental regulations to comply with following the adoption of the Polar Code.
Monthly Archives : May 2015
The Nippon Foundation is willing to establish a $100 million endowment fund to support expansive and innovative activities at the World Maritime University.
Naming ceremony for the Damen-built ART 80-32 Hybrid Rotortug RT Evolution in London during the cocktail reception of Tugnology Conference.
To help celebrate the 50th anniversary of Nor-Shipping, Alfa Laval will present its “Count on Alfa Laval” program.
The United Arabic Shipping Company has ordered a total of six new ultra-large and LNG-ready container ships, each with a capacity of 18,800 TEU. The ships will be built with technological support provided by Hamburg-based TECHNOLOG GmbH.
Carbon monoxide poisoning is thought to have been the cause of the death of a seafarer and the loss of consciousness of three other people.
Ocean Tankers told IHS Maritime it plans to strengthen its anti-piracy measures in the wake of the second hijacking its fleet has suffered within a year.
Combating corruption and bribery in the maritime industry was the key topic of conversation at the WISTA-UK Annual General Meeting.
The Round Table of International Shipping Organisations is deeply concerned if the international convention to regulate ships’ ballast water comes into force in the near future without a realistic implementation schedule that recognises the timetable for US type-approved Ballast Water Management Systems to be available in sufficient quantities.
The Marine Environment Protection Committee of the International Maritime Organization meets for its 68th session from 11 to 15 May 2015, in London.
A decade has passed since Alfa Laval PureBallast first took to sea, yet the ballast water treatment system continues to stand for innovation.