Latest News for: Shipping services


Cyprus emergency services airlift tanker crew member

Famagusta Gazette 25 Jul 2024
Cypriot emergency services have airlifted a member of a ships crew who fell sick ... Cypriot emergency services have airlifted a member of a ships crew ...

HCM City to build three international passenger cruise terminals

Vietnam News 25 Jul 2024
The terminals will be built in coastal urban areas in outlying Cần Giờ District and will be able to cater to ships of up to 100,000 GT (gross tonnage).

Hoax mayday could have put lives in danger - Northland Police

RNZ 25 Jul 2024
Police said a hoax mayday call about a ship in danger tied up emergency services for several hours today ... "People need to respect the safety of others, and the people and services that are entrusted to ...

Telemar Provides Global Safety Support Services to Ignazio Messina Vessels

The Maritime Executive 25 Jul 2024
Telemar, the leading provider of smart maintenance and remote access technologies, has signed an agreement with Genoa-based shipping company Ignazio Messina & C Spa to provide safety services to seven of its existing vessels.

Vessel firm’s $700 million takeover targets wind’s ship shortage

Energy Voice 25 Jul 2024
... servicing rapidly growing wind farms at sea.

Stock index launched to help ocean-related sectors

ECNS 25 Jul 2024
It will further complete the index product portfolio to help Shanghai consolidate its role as a world center for financial and shipping services, said the SSE.

Bloomberg report: Risk-management weak at many banks said US regulator

Beijing News 25 Jul 2024
WASHINGTON, D.C. ... This report comes on the heels of a recent global computer systems outage that disrupted services across multiple sectors, including airlines, healthcare, shipping, and finance, just two days ago. .

There’s nothing gray about China’s maritime muscle-flexing

Deccan Herald 25 Jul 2024
The most recent clash was June 17 during a Filipino resupply mission to the BRP Sierra Madre, a rusty American World War II-era ship grounded on Second Thomas Shoal with a few Filipino marines and service members still onboard.

West P&I: Sanctions on Russian Insurer Could Impede Claims

The Maritime Executive 25 Jul 2024
Ingosstrakh has attracted the attention of Western regulators because it facilitates the continued sale of Russian oil at full price, circumventing the service-provider restrictions of the G7 price cap.

Poverty in Their Homeland and Brazilian Desire of Whitening Drew Germans to Brazil 200 Years Ago

Brazzil 25 Jul 2024
In January 1824, a ship named Argus arrived at the port of Rio de Janeiro with around 280 people on board. It was the first ship carrying Germans “in the service of the Brazilian Empire.”.

Exceptional maritime & logistics growth for the Kingdom in 2024

Eye Of Riyadh 25 Jul 2024
the launch of Folk Maritime – offering feeder services and short sea shipping in the Middle East and supporting the Kingdom’s aspirations in the logistics sector; Mawani’s launch of the Ports ...

Windows Weekly 891: Scent of Carbon

Twit TV 25 Jul 2024
Terrible name, terrible outage CrowdStrike, a company no one has ever heard of, ships an update that borks Windows PCs, servers, and clouds services at the heart of the worldʼs infrastructure.

Việt Nam's seaports have rare opportunities

Vietnam News 24 Jul 2024
That said the number of container ship service routes departing from seaports in the Cái Mép-Thị Vải area to European, American and Asian countries recently has grown impressively.

Travel: Is getting a pricey cruise upgrade really worth it?

LA Daily News 24 Jul 2024
Living the high life on the high seas is what vacationers should expect when their ship comes in, but booking the bougiest real estate onboard certainly increases the odds of having a bon voyage ... This includes the newer Prima-class ships.

BIMCO: Container shipping fleet shows significant growth

SAFETY4SEA 24 Jul 2024
The combined capacity of 12k-17k TEU ships has grown the fastest ... Shipowners’ focus has shifted from the larger ships as they are operationally limited to ports in Asia and Europe and the 212 ships already in service cover most of these trade lanes.

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