TURKISH MARITIME NEWS
- TEU traffic plummets across India
- Cruise-Line Crew Test Positive for Virus on TUI Vessel in Greece
- In Reversal, Duterte Backs South China Sea Arbitral Ruling
- Fire-Stricken Tanker New Diamond to Offload Cargo in Gujarat
- Hornsea Two monopile installation to get underway in October
- Ørsted and Maersk Supply Service to test offshore mooring station/charging buoy
- Marine insurance must adopt digitalisation
- Panama Canal Authority Wins $265 Million Arbitration Case Against Expansion Project Contractor
- Crew member tests positive for COVID-19 on Hapag-Lloyd operated boxship
- Hapag-Lloyd invests in LNG retrofit
- Maersk Calls for Action as Stranded Seafarers Rise to 400,000
- Report: Saudi Arabia warns of an oil slick near Yemen’s decaying tanker
- Two Eimskip boxships sent to dirty scrapyards in India, investigation reveals
- Trafigura proposes carbon levy introduction to IMO
- Iran's Navy safeguards country's economy: Sayyari
Philippines activates disembarkation ban to fight Coronavirus
The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) announced on 3 February a disembarkation ban for crews while docked at any PPA-controlled ports, in an effort to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
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Cruise-Line Crew Test Positive for Virus on TUI Vessel in GreeceA cruise ship carrying about 920 passengers was expected to dock at Piraeus port near Athens, after 12 of its crew members tested positive for the coronavirus, an official at Greece's Civil Protection agency said on Monday.
In Reversal, Duterte Backs South China Sea Arbitral RulingLast week, in a departure from his previous stance, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte expressed unqualified support for the 2016 ruling of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague.
Ørsted and Maersk Supply Service to test offshore mooring station/charging buoyMaersk Supply Service and Ørsted have joined forces to test a prototype buoy that will act as both a safe mooring point and a charging station for vessels, potentially displacing a significant amount of marine fuel with green electricity.
Marine insurance must adopt digitalisationMarine insurance needs to adopt digitalisation rapidly in response to the prolonged global coronavirus pandemic and changes in shipping industry processes
Panama Canal Authority Wins $265 Million Arbitration Case Against Expansion Project ContractorThe Panama Canal Authority said it won an arbitration ruling on Friday for $265 million to be returned to it from the consortium that built a third set of locks for the key transoceanic waterway.
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- Carnival Cruise Line Names Newest Vista-Class Ship
- Simorgh drone joining Iran’s Navy