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Database CDB is launched

Database CDB is launched
The Center for Tankship Excellence (CTX) has launched Version 4.3 of it's tanker and bulk carrier casualty database (CDB).

The Center for Tankship Excellence (CTX) has launched Version 4.3 of it's tanker and bulk carrier casualty database (CDB).

The Center for Tankship Excellence (CTX) has launched Version 4.3 of it's tanker and bulk carrier casualty database (CDB).

This version corrects a design fault in the area field, CTX said.

In Versions 4.2 and earlier, if the user asked for all casualties in a region, for example Gulf of Mexico, he or she was not shown GoM casualties for which more detailed sub-region or port information was available, eg the Galveston Lightering Area.

In 4.3, a regional query will return all casualties in that region including those for which more specific location data has been coded.

It also introduces the concept of an "empire", all encompassing super-regions, such as the North Atlantic empire, which includes all the bodies of water that drain into or are connected to the North Atlantic Ocean.

CTX has also just released a review of 2008 tanker loss of power/steering casualties (LOP).

The company explained that there was nothing in the 2008 data to change its opinion that the tanker fleet over 10,000 dwt is currently experiencing at least 10 total LOP casualties per day.

Somewhat worringly, younger tankers do not appear to be performing much better than older in this regard, the analysts said.

www.TurkishMaritime.com.tr

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