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Lifeboat crews across Europe swap places
IMRF holds its 8th annual European Lifeboat Crew Exchange, where crew members swap places to learn about different equipment and gain experience in new locations.
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Pandemic drives Maersk’s N. Europe, ME and Subcontinent revampChanges to the way that cargo is moved from factories to retail outlets has seen a shift in strategy by Maersk with the development of hub in Colombo, Sri Lanka, that will allow customers greater flexibility in the movement of their goods, said the Danish
16 Detained in Connection with Beirut ExplosionLebanon's central bank has also moved to block the assets of the director of the port and the head of Lebanese customs, along with five other individuals, according to Reuters.
India Permits Cruises to Resume Starting October 1The Indian Government announced plans to permit cruising to resume starting October 1 as part of its “Mission Begin Again” initiative designed to restart the economy.
Unique Sail Cruise Ship Under Construction Gets Her MastsSea Cloud Cruises of Germany is building a new 453-foot long three-mast full-rigged ship that it expects to enter service by late this year.
Beirut Port Tragedy: Ports and Dangerous ChemicalsThe explosion tore through the city, registering a force as strong as a 3.3 magnitude earthquake. Residents claimed that the scenes looked “like an apocalypse” and that the port was “totally destroyed.”
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