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- Konecranes Announces 2,000 Temporary Layoffs in Finland amid COVID-19 Impact
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A platform supply vessel owned by Dubai-based OSV owner and marine logistics firm Topaz Energy and Marine will undergo a condition-based survey in a pioneering pilot project that could serve as a model for the future of class
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Svitzer Bags Five-Year Contract Extension with NuStarSvitzer, global towage operator and part of Maersk, has secured a five-year extension of its marine service contract with NuStar, one of the largest liquid terminals and pipeline operators in North America.
Coronavirus: MPA Singapore Softens Ban on Crew ChangesAlthough the Port of Singapore suspended crew changes as a precautionary measure against the spread of COVID-19, the port has now softened the ban.
Konecranes Announces 2,000 Temporary Layoffs in Finland amid COVID-19 ImpactFinnish Konecranes has unveiled intentions to temporarily lay off some 2,000 employees as a result of coronavirus impact on the company’s operations.
Holland America’s 2 Ships Pass Panama Canal after 4 Deaths on board ZaandamThe relaxing cruise ship vacation has turned into a nightmare ordeal for passengers on board cruise ships that ventured out to sea in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
5,000 sailors aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt to be tested for COVID-19About 5,000 crew on board the US Navy’s aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt in the Pacific will be tested for coronavirus, a navy official said.
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