Turkish maritime news
- Crew member fell into cargo hold, seriously injured, Providence R.I. USA
- Turkish Suezmax tanker detained, sued for $225 mil after contacting platform, USA
- Crew of Vessel Suspected in New Zealand COVID-19 Case Tests Positive
- Australia arrests Japanese car carrier over overdue crew change
- Ulstein: Outfitting starts for Lindblad’s 2nd X-Bow polar expedition ship
- IMO member states agree to unambitious green targets
- Hapag-Lloyd to upgrade its EMX service
- Golden Ray Salvage: VB10000 Set to Arrive in St. Simons Sound Next Week
- Copenhagen Port Participates in Carbon Capture and Storage Project
- Zim Launches Historic Service Linking Haifa and UAE Ports
- Rosco places entire fleet up for sale again
- New Zealand cracks down on livestock shipping
- Up to 30 nations threaten to walk away from IMO’s emissions meet-up
- HySHIP hydrogen project secures EU funding
- Nexans Aurora getting its cable lay equipment
Korean JV to Develop Container Ship Without Ballast Water
A new project is being launched in Korea to develop environmentally sensitive ships that operate with minimal or no ballast water and no ballast water discharges.
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V.Group takes on 41 boxships from Costamare as part of expanded partnershipShipmanagement and services giant V.Group has strengthened an exisiting partnership with Costamare in a move which will see it manage an additional 41 container vessels associated with the Greek company.
Evergreen Marine names new chairmanTaiwanese shipping line Evergreen Marine has announced the appointment of Chang Yen-I as the new chairman of the company, replacing Anchor Chang who has moved to Taipei Port Container Terminal (TPCT) as chairman.
Containership leaking fuel oil at New Jersey terminalA Liberia-flagged container vessel has begun leaking fuel oil at the Global Container Terminals (GCT) Bayonne, New Jersey, the US Coast Guard (USCG) said.
NYK to introduce new data-led shipbuilding contractNYK Line has unveiled plans with Japan Marine United Corporation (JMU) to introduce a new shipbuilding contract that guarantees propulsion performance in what it calls ‘actual sea conditions’.
FMC to investigate carriers' runaway rates successSpot rates between Asia and the US peaked last week at US$3,711/FEU on the west coast and US$4,496/FEU to the east coast, according to Freightos’ FBX01 Daily and FBX03 Daily Indexes.
- Philippine Coast Guard Takes Possession Of “Gabriela Silang”
- Carnival Cruise Line Names Newest Vista-Class Ship
- Simorgh drone joining Iran’s Navy