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Ports & Logistics

Low water levels in Argentina hinder full cargo loads

Ships reported to be allowed to carry about 75% of loads to avoid the risk of grounding. The restriction comes at a time when higher-than-average corn exports are anticipated

Dry Bulk Ports and Logistics

DP World sees UK throughput record

First-half traffic at London Gateway and DP's Southampton terminal surpassed 1.88m teu, partly thanks to the arrival of new callings from the containership alliances

United Kingdom Ports and Logistics

US vaccinates over 35,000 seafarers

US charities have vaccinated more than 35,000 foreign seafarers in US ports, as new vaccination initiatives in Canada, Germany, Cyprus, the Netherlands and Belgium have begun

North America Crewing

Competition watchdog appeals Newcastle box terminal ruling

Australia’s competition watchdog has appealed a Federal Court ruling that dismissed its concerns about ‘anti-competitive’ compensation deeds, which it says prevents the coal port of Newcastle building a container terminal

Australia Containers
Environment

Shoddy casualty investigations putting lives at risk

IMO knocks back proposal to speed up casualty investigations, behind the scenes of the Lloyd’s Open Forum dispute, and how to train seafarers for a changing future

International Casualty

Union demands release of Wakashio crew

The trade union argues that holding the crew, who have not been charged, is unfair and unjust. They have been away from their families for two years

Middle East and Africa Mauritius

MAN Energy confirms engine for Maersk’s CO2-neutral methanol feedership

The 2,100 teu vessel will be built at Hyundai Mipo Dockyards and will be delivered in 2023. It will use MAN Energy Solutions’ dual-fuel engine to run on CO2-neutral methanol

Environment Energy

MSC joins feasibility study for hydrogen-powered cruiseship

The three companies will collaborate over the next year to study how viable and efficient an oceangoing cruiseship powered by the zero-carbon fuel would be

International Mediterranean Shipping Co
Shipbuilding

MAN Energy confirms engine for Maersk’s CO2-neutral methanol feedership

The 2,100 teu vessel will be built at Hyundai Mipo Dockyards and will be delivered in 2023. It will use MAN Energy Solutions’ dual-fuel engine to run on CO2-neutral methanol

Environment Energy

MSC joins feasibility study for hydrogen-powered cruiseship

The three companies will collaborate over the next year to study how viable and efficient an oceangoing cruiseship powered by the zero-carbon fuel would be

International Mediterranean Shipping Co

GSI wins more 16,000 teu newbuilds linked to MSC

A total of 17 scrubber-fitted 16,000 teu newbuildings have been ordered and linked to MSC since March, as the world’s second-largest container shipping carrier quickly expands its orderbook

Asia Pacific Europe

Panamax values surge as carriers seek any tonnage that floats

The former workhorse of the container sector has fallen from grace in recent years. But the frantic container shipping sector is giving panamaxes one last hurrah before they head to the beaches

International Mediterranean Shipping Co
Technology & Innovation

Cyber insurance struggles to find purchase

Uptake of marine cyber insurance is at an impasse, with specialist cover available but too few shipowners willing to buy it. Parallels with piracy insurance offer hints as to how the deadlock may be broken

International Casualty

Number crunching says nothing about seafarer competency shortages

The report is strong on numbers but weak on competencies. The next 10 years will see shipping take on new technologies and explore new fuels. This forecast overlooks the maritime revolution to come

Crewing Ship operations

Recruitment positives hide real concerns, warns seafarer report

The BIMCO/ICS report seeks to understand the profile of the maritime workforce using data on nationality, rank/role, age profiles and gender. It estimates how an expansion of the world fleet will impact the demand for seafarers

Crewing Philippines

MSC joins feasibility study for hydrogen-powered cruiseship

The three companies will collaborate over the next year to study how viable and efficient an oceangoing cruiseship powered by the zero-carbon fuel would be

International Mediterranean Shipping Co
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