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Bourbon Rhode missing crew search continues

Bourbon Offshore says SAR operations move to ‘adapted monitoring’ as seven seafarers from the hurricane-stricken tug are still missing 

Casualty Crewing

Cargo ship sinks off Tokyo as typhoon hits

Three of the 12-member crew have been rescued, according to Lloyd's List Intelligence

Asia Pacific Casualty

Forum to consider hazardous cargo concerns

Panel of experts from industry and regulators to seek solutions on containership fire issue

International Containers

Registry calls for review of IMO’s casualty investigation code

Liberian registry’s chief operating officer Alfonso Castillero says blame should not be aimed squarely at flags or owners for failing to meet safety rules. It is up to all stakeholders to provide full and proper information to ensure safety, thereby helping to prevent future incidents, including reviewing the quality of training

International Crewing

Ulsan ban on dangerous goods cargo continues at several terminals

The measure is effective for several terminals located under the Ulsan bridge, including Terminal 9, where the Stolt-Nielsen chemical tanker Stolt Groenland exploded and caught fire on September 29

South Korea Tankers and Gas

Bodies from sunken Bourbon Rhode found as Shipowners’ Club confirms cover

‘Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and loved ones who are grieving over this dramatic event’ — chief executive Gaël Bodénès

France Offshore

Gard confirms cover for Ulsan explosion ships

Club says vessels Stolt Groenland and Bow Dalian are entered for P&I cover and have H&M insurance at Gard

Asia Pacific South Korea

Viewpoint: Stability before speed

It remains the legal responsibility of the master to keep a ship safe, but the tools which the master requires to undertake this job are in the hands of shoreside terminal staff

Viewpoint Roro
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