Seychelles Ports Authority (SPA) recently completed technical acceptance of a new azimuth stern drive (ASD) tug from Sanmar Shipyards in Turkey.
- Seychelles Ports Authority takes delivery of new tug from Sanmar!
- The tugs built by Sanmar have reached the Orkney Islands!
Tugboats named Odin of Scapa and Thor of Scapa, built at Sanmar Shipyards which is the world-famous construction facility, reached Orkney Islands and...
- Violent murder on board of MSC mega container ship!
Violent murder on board of MSC mega container ship in the Pacific!
- Seafarers are facing a Covid-driven humanitarian crisis!
Thousands of mariners are unable to sign off from their ships, causing considerable mental agony to them and their families
- Ship banned for AUD $118,000 in unpaid crew wages
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has today banned the Panama-flagged bulk carrier AC Sesoda for deliberately underpaying its crew by...
- Thousand of seafarers stuck on ships with no internet
THOUSANDS of seafarers visiting New Zealand are stranded on their ships due to the 28-day quarantine restrictions in the Covid-19, reports the New...
- Carriers continue to blank more sailings to control capacity
OCEAN carriers have announced a new series of blanked sailing in October in their continuous 'cautious' approach to capacity management
- Sanmar brings Svitzer and Port of Sohar to full strength!
The final piece of the tug fleet regeneration programme for Sohar Port has reached its finale with the technical delivery of the third powerful...
- Bremen to host one-day Masterclass for project forwarders and shippers
BREMEN in east Germany is to host the one-day Masterclass on September 29 for individuals working in the oversized and heavy loads transportation...
- By refusing to work, more over-contract seafarers get off via Panama
After recent success in helping the crew of the MV Contamines get off their vessel and be repatriated via Panama, the ITF has helped more seafarers...
- Contamines crew refuse to work in Panama crew change stand off
The crew of another ship have taken matters into their own hands in a new front in the unfolding crew change crisis.
- Asleep at the Wheel: Cargo Ship Runs Aground in Philippines!
A Vietnamese-flagged cargo ship MV Globe 6 has run aground in the Philippines after the officer on watch fell asleep, the Philippines Coast Guard...
- Casualties mount as Beirut blast linked to small arrested cargo ship
CASUALTIES rose to 135 dead and 5,000 injured yesterday in an ammonium nitrate explosion in cargo from the 3,226-dwt Maldova-flagged general cargo...
- FedEx pilots want flights to Hong Kong to be suspended due to virus risks
FEDEX pilots have called on the express company to suspend services to Hong Kong as a result of 'unacceptable risks' related to the Covid-19...
- Jana Schebera appointed Tigers new MD for China
HONG Kong-headquartered Tigers has appointed Jana Schebera as its new managing director, China, adding a further layer of freight forwarding...
- Panalpina CFO Robet Erni replaces Burkhard Eling at Dachser Group
GERMAN freight company headquartered in Kempten, Dachser is appointing experienced logistics CFO Robert Erni to succeed Burkhard Eling
- Barb Wilson named Port of Seattle Commission's new chief of staff
PORT of Seattle has appointed Barb Wilson as its new chief of staff for its five-member elected body, the Port of Seattle Commission
- STM demonstrates the future for e-navigation
With more ships using electronic navigation and digital services, data exchange is becoming critical for sea traffic management and safety
- Ending the hurry-up-and-wait phenomenon in a quest to decarbonise
ENDING the hurry-up-and-wait phenomenon that bedevils world shipping is the quest of the Global Industry Alliance (GIA), dedicated to decarbonising...
- Launch capsize in Buriganga: 32 bodies recovered so far
Rescue workers recovered the bodies of 32 people after a launch carrying over 100 passengers capsized in Buriganga river at Dhaka's Shyambazar this...