Tag : Ship Safety

cruise liners greece

Greek Minister: Greece is Open for Cruise Industry Business

Speaking at the opening day of the 4th Posidonia Sea Tourism Forum, Greek Minister of Shipping and Insular Policy, Panagiotis Kouroumplis, said that Greece is prepared to launch a concessions campaign in order to encourage international cruise liners operating in Greece to invest in relevant infrastructure projects.

Comments Off on Greek Minister: Greece is Open for Cruise Industry Business / 25th May 2017

EU Monitoring

Oldendorff Appoints Verifavia for EU Monitoring, Reporting, and Verification Regulation.

Verifavia Shipping will provide EU MRV services to Oldendorff, including the assessment of monitoring plans and verification of carbon emission reports according to the ISO 14065 standard and regulation 757/2015.

Comments Off on Oldendorff Appoints Verifavia for EU Monitoring, Reporting, and Verification Regulation. / 17th May 2017

globally accredited verifier

Verifavia the First Globally Accredited Verifier to Receive Dual Accreditation

Verifavia, the world’s leading emissions verification company for the transport sector (aviation and shipping), today announced that it has received a second accreditation by France’s national accreditation body Cofrac as a global EU monitoring, reporting, and verification (MRV) verifier.

Comments Off on Verifavia the First Globally Accredited Verifier to Receive Dual Accreditation / 12th April 2017

RRS Sir David Attenborough

RRS Sir David Attenborough: Cammell Laird Has Selected Ecospeed Hull Protection System

The shipbuilder awarded a coatings contract to Subsea Industries, a pioneer in non-toxic hard-coatings, based on the unrivalled performance of its Ecospeed hull coating system on the Royal Research Ships Ernest Shackleton and James Clark Ross.

Comments Off on RRS Sir David Attenborough: Cammell Laird Has Selected Ecospeed Hull Protection System / 9th February 2017

Hydrex Underwater Technologies

Hydrex Underwater Technologies Steers Tanker Clear of Trouble

A 7,071dwt tanker was manoeuvring in the port of Antwerp when it experienced a steering gear problem. The vessel managed to safely berth alongside and carry out cargo operations but emergency repairs where needed before the vessel could continue.

Comments Off on Hydrex Underwater Technologies Steers Tanker Clear of Trouble / 13th January 2017

Ecoshield

Cavitation Bubble Burst by Subsea Industries’ Ecoshield?

The decision to apply Subsea Industries’ award-winning Ecoshield hard coating to rudders and thrusters is paying dividends, with a number of shipowners noticing zero cavitation damage and failure compared to equipment coated with other protective systems.

Comments Off on Cavitation Bubble Burst by Subsea Industries’ Ecoshield? / 14th December 2016

Chemical Tanker Emergency Repairs

Hydrex Performs Chemical Tanker Emergency Repairs in Record Time

Hydrex Underwater Technology has completed the emergency stern tube seal repair to a 134m chemical tanker, after the Antwerp Port Authority demanded an underwater inspection and in-situ repair to the vessel before allowing it to set sail.

Comments Off on Hydrex Performs Chemical Tanker Emergency Repairs in Record Time / 14th October 2016

Armed Forces Covenant

Kelvin Hughes Supports and Has Signed the Armed Forces Covenant

Kelvin Hughes, a world leader in the design and supply of navigation and security surveillance systems, is proud to announce that it supports and has signed the Armed Forces Covenant.

Comments Off on Kelvin Hughes Supports and Has Signed the Armed Forces Covenant / 5th August 2016

Aid ship

The First UN Aid Ship in Yemen Under ESCGS Protection

The first UN aid ship to arrive in war-torn Yemen for more than four months was under the armed protection of ESC Global Security.

Comments Off on The First UN Aid Ship in Yemen Under ESCGS Protection / 17th August 2015

Ship burst into flames

Ship Burst into Flames off Japan

A container ship burst into flames on 12 July in waters off Japan.

No Comments / 15th July 2015

Global Security

ESC Global Security Personnel Aboard German Ships Approved

Germany’s Federal Office for Economic Affairs and Export Control has approved the use of ESC Global Security personnel aboard German flagged vessels.

No Comments / 18th June 2015

maritime

Nor-Shipping 2015: Alfa Laval Addresses Marine Industry Topics

To help celebrate the 50th anniversary of Nor-Shipping, Alfa Laval will present its “Count on Alfa Laval” program.

No Comments / 27th May 2015

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Suspected Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in Death of a Seafarer

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.

No Comments / 16th May 2015

Anti-Piracy

Ocean Tankers to strengthen its Anti-Piracy Measures

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.

No Comments / 15th May 2015

Maersk

Iran Accused of Illegally Intercepting Maersk

Maersk has said it believes the actions of Iran in arresting the container ship Maersk Tigris in the Strait of Hormuz on 28 April is “illegal” .

No Comments / 14th May 2015

Caught Fire

Hanjin Container Ship Caught Fire off Suez Canal

An ultra-large container ship owned by Hanjin Shipping caught fire as it was about to transit the Suez Canal on 1 May.

No Comments / 10th May 2015