Seychelles Ports Authority (SPA) recently completed technical acceptance of a new azimuth stern drive (ASD) tug from Sanmar Shipyards in Turkey.
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- Unions press Ottawa for US$5.3 billion bailout of Canadian airlines
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- China tops world trade recovery, says UK think-tank
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- Fresh drop in commercial flights adds to jet fuel glut concerns
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- Drone gains increase options for next-generation aviation
UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) and the US$387 million Future Flight Challenge are making new rounds in the UK aviation industry by bringing...
- Fuel-leaking box ship leaves Bayonne for Staten Island for repairs
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- Level 4 autonomous parking starts with Human Horizons' HiPhi X
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- Malaysia Airlines in talks with creditors in urgent restructuring
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- Fuel oil spill from 6,572-TEU YM Mandate near Bayonne Bridge
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- Carbon Border Tax emerges in EU in the guise of protectionism
THE European Commission will tax greenhouse-gas produced by factories outside Europe that ship their products into Europe, reports Bloomberg
- ACI Maritime Crew Management Conference in London October 21
ACI's 27th Maritime HR & Crew Management Conference will be held in London on October 21 and 22
- Annual peak air cargo season at full tilt all the way to Christmas
THE peak season is in full swing for international air freight when shippers pay more for less, reports New York's FreightWaves
- ZIM moves up, PIL out of the top 10 liner list with shrinking fleet
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- How rescuing drowning migrants became a crime!
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- 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
- Viking ship runs aground off Finland, all passengers evacuated!
A ferry operated by Finnish company Viking Line has run aground in the Åland Islands waters between Finland and Sweden, Finnish authorities said.
- This new technology can save whales from ship collisions
A newly developed tool uses AI, a mobile app and big data to help mariners avoid whale strikes.