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cyber security classification

Cyber Security Classification For New LNG Carrier ‘Elisa Larus’ by Bureau Veritas

The new vessel has been awarded a Bureau Veritas cyber security notation.

Comments Off on Cyber Security Classification For New LNG Carrier ‘Elisa Larus’ by Bureau Veritas / 21st May 2020

A Survey Into The Port of Cork Has Yielded Very Positive Results

Those surveyed, predominately LoLo HGV drivers, noted the Port’s desirable location, timesaving vehicle booking system, and efficient gate operations.

Comments Off on A Survey Into The Port of Cork Has Yielded Very Positive Results / 19th May 2020

dry bulk

To Improve Dry Bulk Vessel and Fleet Safety, a New Dry Bulk Management Standard has been Launched

The Dry Bulk Management Standard was kickstarted by RightShip, the world’s leading maritime risk management and environmental assessment organisation, to help drive collaboration, conversation and increased standards in the dry bulk sector. 

Comments Off on To Improve Dry Bulk Vessel and Fleet Safety, a New Dry Bulk Management Standard has been Launched / 10th April 2020

Maritime Business School

Collaboration Between The Chamber of Commerce of Santa Cruz de Tenerife & The First Online Maritime Business School Strengthens

The School was born after the collaboration between both institutions in this type of training since 2011 and with an accumulated experience of more than a thousand students trained from more than twenty countries, mainly Spain and Latin America.

Comments Off on Collaboration Between The Chamber of Commerce of Santa Cruz de Tenerife & The First Online Maritime Business School Strengthens / 7th March 2020

ship registry

Panahon Presence Boosts Palau International Ship Registry in the Far East

PISR has been recruiting the brightest, best and most respected Deputy Registrars in the shipping world for the past two years as its fleet grows and ship owners look for a stronger global presence.

Comments Off on Panahon Presence Boosts Palau International Ship Registry in the Far East / 28th February 2020

palau

Palau on-board with Panama, Liberia and Marshal Islands

Both the Government of Palau and PISR have instigated strong measures to ensure the due diligence in screening vessels before they are registered under the Palau flag, including using the latest technology which includes the PurpleTRAC sanction compliance platform, monitoring of AIS transmissions and LRIT ship position tracking.

Comments Off on Palau on-board with Panama, Liberia and Marshal Islands / 21st February 2020

seawater cooling

Hydroniq Coolers to Deliver Seawater Cooling System to Cable Lay Vessel

Under the contract, Aalesund-based Hydroniq Coolers will supply its Pleat seawater cooling system for the CLV Nexans Aurora.

Comments Off on Hydroniq Coolers to Deliver Seawater Cooling System to Cable Lay Vessel / 22nd January 2020

cyprus shipping

Cyprus Shipping Deputy Ministry Maritime Transport Scheme Prolonged by EU Commission

The prolongation of the system is expected to encourage ship registration in Europe, as well as the presence and growth of shipping companies and maritime operations in the EU.

Comments Off on Cyprus Shipping Deputy Ministry Maritime Transport Scheme Prolonged by EU Commission / 24th December 2019

hull cleaning

Hull Cleaning Operations to Launch in Qatar by HullWiper

GAC Qatar is the only company to have been granted a license by the country’s Environment Ministry to operate hull cleaning equipment in its waters.

Comments Off on Hull Cleaning Operations to Launch in Qatar by HullWiper / 22nd December 2019

sulphur cap

Compliance “Temperature Check” Launched by RightShip Ahead of 2020 Sulphur Cap

Information gathered will be displayed on a per-vessel basis in RightShip’s vetting platform Qi, improving the accessibility of compliance pathway data for owners and charterers and helping the industry to manage new safety risks arising from the Sulphur Cap. 

Comments Off on Compliance “Temperature Check” Launched by RightShip Ahead of 2020 Sulphur Cap / 26th November 2019

New Seafarers Happiness Report Shows Positivity Across The Shipping Industry

The index, undertaken by The Mission to Seafarers and supported by leading P&I insurer the Shipowners’ Club, is a gauge for measuring the feelings and experiences of seafarers across the global maritime industry.

Comments Off on New Seafarers Happiness Report Shows Positivity Across The Shipping Industry / 8th November 2019

Blockchain

Blockchain Consortium Launched by Maritime Blockchain Labs and Rainmaking

According to the Cargo Incident Notification System (CINS), nearly 25% of all serious incidents onboard containerships were attributable to mis-declared cargo.

Comments Off on Blockchain Consortium Launched by Maritime Blockchain Labs and Rainmaking / 8th July 2019

MacGregor to Deliver Another Eight Complete Hatch Cover Sets to Hyundai Mipo Dockyard

These build on contracts secured earlier this year to supply 18 hatch cover sets for the same series of containerships, bringing to 26 the total number of shipsets ordered by HMD from MacGregor during 2018.

Comments Off on MacGregor to Deliver Another Eight Complete Hatch Cover Sets to Hyundai Mipo Dockyard / 24th December 2018

wastewater treatment

Thordon Retrofits Solves Navenor’s Bearing Problems

Thordon Bearings has completed a range of water-lubricated and grease-free bearing installations to a third salt lugger in the Salinor/Navenor fleet, following the successful retrofitting of bearings to problematic newbuilds.

Comments Off on Thordon Retrofits Solves Navenor’s Bearing Problems / 3rd December 2018

hull cleaning

HullWiper In Partnership With SCAMP Expands Into Gibraltar

The agreement marks the latest expansion under HullWiper’s global leasing programme, introduced in 2017, to work with partners worldwide to offer ship owners and operators a cost-efficient, brush- and diver-free alternative to traditional hull cleaning methods that is friendly both to the environment and the bottom line.

Comments Off on HullWiper In Partnership With SCAMP Expands Into Gibraltar / 12th November 2018

global maritime

Global Maritime Issues Monitor 2018: Industry is Not Prepared to Deal With Global Issues

The five issues that the maritime industry appears to be least prepared for are ‘cyber-attacks and data theft, ‘global economic crisis’, ‘geopolitical tension’, ‘air pollution’ and ‘governance failure’.

Comments Off on Global Maritime Issues Monitor 2018: Industry is Not Prepared to Deal With Global Issues / 3rd October 2018