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UPDATE 5: According to Lloyd’s List Intelligence, 13 vessels were in port at the time of the blast, the largest being the Malta-flagged CMA CGM Lyra, an 11,356 teu containership. At least two general cargo vessels and three tugs in close proximity to the explosion. Local reports suggest significant damage to port infrastructure in a 5km blast zone.
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Poor adherence to Solas rules on container stowage behind box losses, says AMSA
The International Transport Workers’ Federation says the case highlights shortcomings in the enforcement of maritime labour laws, noting the crew are still yet to be repatriated
Armed gang boarded Liberia-flagged vessel and kidnapped Russian and Ukrainian seafarers, according to piracy monitoring group Dryad
Few major casualties sees container losses from boxships decline over three-year period
Car carrier is declared a constructive total loss following a fire on board the vessel last month at the Port of Jacksonville. The vessel was on charter from Ocean Yield
Car carriers and ferry operators have been among the hardest hit segments of the maritime industry as a result of the coronavirus backdrop, while a spate of recent fires on ships have highlighted serious safety concerns
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