TURKISH MARITIME NEWS
- Svitzer Bags Five-Year Contract Extension with NuStar
- Coronavirus: MPA Singapore Softens Ban on Crew Changes
- Coronavirus Pandemic Sets Off a New Wave of Blank Sailings
- Japan’s Two Shipbuilding Giants to Form JV in October
- Konecranes Announces 2,000 Temporary Layoffs in Finland amid COVID-19 Impact
- Yilport Holding to Make Italy’s Taranto Port Its Mediterranean Hub
- Japan welcomes lead Maya-class destroyer
- Boxship Dodges Pirate Attack South of Bony Island
- Holland America’s 2 Ships Pass Panama Canal after 4 Deaths on board Zaandam
- MUA: Maritime Employers Need to Take Vital Steps to Save Australian Supply Chains
- Coal barge broke in two, sank at Dillingen port, Germany
- Containership Runs Aground on Lower Mississippi
- 5,000 sailors aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt to be tested for COVID-19
- Fincantieri Extends Production Halt at All Cruise Ship, Naval Plants
- Business of Shipping: Container Shipping Well-Positioned to Withstand COVID-19 Downturn
DNV GL container ship fire notation awarded to MSC Gülsün-class
DNV GL has launched a new container ship fire notation, with the MSC Gülsün series of 24,000-TEU ships the first vessels to receive it
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Business of Shipping: Container Shipping Well-Positioned to Withstand COVID-19 DownturnThe world’s container shipping industry is well-positioned to withstand the COVID-19 -induced downtown, say industry experts.
FSG Delivers Eighth RoRo Newbuild to SiemGermany’s shipbuilder Flensburger-Schiffbau-Gesellschaft (FSG) has delivered another 32,336 GT roll-on/roll-off (RoRo) ferry to Norwegian company Siem Europe.
Maersk Gjertrud Seafarers Suspected of Having CoronavirusA number of seafarers on board the containership Gjertrud Maersk, owned by the world’s largest shipping company Maersk, have been evacuated from the ship and taken to a hospital for treatment after experiencing symptoms linked to Covid-19.
Cargo Ship Runs Aground off Scottish CoastA Norwegian cargo vessel ran aground off the Isle of Skye, Scotland, on March 23.
Ammonia as Carbon-Free Fuel: Wärtsilä Conducts First Combustion TrialsFinnish technology group Wärtsilä has initiated combustion trials using ammonia to prepare itself for the use of ammonia as a fuel that can contribute to reducing both the shipping’s and energy sectors’ greenhouse gas emissions.
- Philippine Coast Guard Takes Possession Of “Gabriela Silang”
- Carnival Cruise Line Names Newest Vista-Class Ship
- Simorgh drone joining Iran’s Navy
- Myanmar Navy’s New LPD ‘Moattama’ In Vladivostok