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Progress reflects increased focus on safety measures over time, through training and safety programmes, improved ship design, technology and regulation
More fires, increased incidence of general average, use of tanker and bulkers to carry boxes and owner decision to extend working lives of vessels all highlighted in annual safety study from leading underwriter
Safety features incorporated into new ships as high-profile car fires on pure car and truck carriers suggest existing regulations do not yet account for the risks of shipping lithium ion batteries
Issue highlighted by Supreme Court case that found CMA CGM vessel unseaworthy after passage plan issues
The 2020-built ship is now going through underwater inspections in the nearby Annapolis anchorage, Lloyd’s List Intelligence data shows. Its next stop is Norfolk in the US east coast
The 9,995 dwt tanker was about 300 km east of Hong Kong when it caught fire following the blast. The cause of the incident is not yet clear
As much as 10% of oil moved by sea is being carried by tankers that will not or cannot use mainstream P&I providers because they are dodging sanctions, says head of industry compensation scheme
Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency director-general is frank about Nigeria’s past failings on piracy, but says recent steps as well as local and international co-operation are helping to quash the problem
Action taken under Oil Pollution Act of 1990 and federal maritime law, as well as Georgia state laws
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