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CIG collaborate to promote safety and security in shipping

In further evidence of how the maritime sector is working in unison to find solutions to long standing problems four industry associations and insurers...

Digitalisation given fresh impetus by Covid, but the logic was pre-pandemic

Shipping’s main challenge is to use the massive introduction of the digital tools, caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, to accelerate the development of safety...

Fear of another Beirut disaster is real says ICHCA

Terminal operators around the globe are reassessing their safety procedures following the Beirut explosion which killed around 200 people and injured more than 6,000,...

Action must follow messages of support for Beirut’s victims

Out of respect for those suffering in the aftermath of the Beirut explosion the shipping industry must reflect on this tragedy, and then come...

Beirut death toll rises as PM vows retribution on those responsible

Authorities in Lebanon say that some 2,750tonnes of ammonium nitrate were ignited following a fire at a nearby warehouse where fireworks were stored, causing...

Triple-E’s are critical values for cargo integrity

It is seven years since the first Triple-E vessel was delivered by Daewoo Shipbuilding. The Maersk McKinney Møller was handed over by the South...

Taking the personal view for crew working on container shipping

Philip Eastell – Founder of Container Shipping Supporting Seafarers – describes the personal side of container operations at a time when crew, affected by...

VGM losses are approximately US$6bn, but who’s counting?

Cargo losses as a result of improper weight declarations for cargo carried in containers were meant to have been solved with the introduction of...

Insurance mutuals highlight danger of incorrect declarations

An increasing number of major incidents in a matter of months, including the fire on board COSCO Pacific that started with a container load...

Lashing rules upgrade imperative for container industry

In September 2009 the Dutch ship model testing basin, Marin, published a comprehensive report called [email protected], detailing the issues with container lashing as a...
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German vessel operator Hapag-Lloyd is converting a former UASC ship, the 15,000TEU Sajir, to operate on LNG fuel. Hapag-Lloyd said that using LNG compared to...

Lines argue FMC has no jurisdiction in chassis dispute

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DP World Australia expects to resolve dockers dispute

Dock workers in Port Botany, Sydney Australia, are expected to reach a negotiated agreement to their dispute with DP World Australia (DPWA) following a...

“Abraham Accords” leads to market buoyancy in Middle East

Maersk Line, the world's largest container shipping carrier, will start to ship boxes between Israel and United Arab Emirates (UAE), as the two countries...