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Safety at sea is still a risk for shipping industry

Boxship fires and cyber attacks could set back the safety improvements that have been made in recent years if not addressed soon

International Casualty

Cargo carrier sinks off northeast China

Beihai Rescue Bureau of the Ministry of Transport said the incident happened about 20 nautical miles to the northeast of Weifang city in Shandong province

Asia Pacific China

Last civilian migrant rescue ship ends operations

MSF claims Aquarius has assisted 30,000 people in the Mediterranean Sea since February 2016

EU Political Risk and Trade

Rogue shippers in the firing line as cargo safety plans gather support

Misdeclared dangerous cargo is a serious issue for the industry and one with severe implications, both in terms of safety and financial cost, says HFW partner Alex Kemp

HFW Maersk Group

Tsakos tanker awaits clearance as Norwegian oil terminal reopens

Tsakos Energy Navigation hopes to get clearance for vessel to proceed to a discharge port in the UK

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Europe Norway

Norwegian oil terminal shuts after ships collide

The tanker, owned by Tsakos Energy Navigation, was reportedly carrying 625,000 barrels of crude oil

Tankers and Gas Ports and Logistics

Marine consultancy offers ‘fresh thinking’ on emerging risk exposure

The tsunami of regulatory red tape engulfing shipping has opened the way to sell services to shipowners, charterers and insurers on managing new risk exposures

United Kingdom International

The American Club will not cover non-compliance fines

Exceptions are highly unlikely and might only be possible in the case of ‘egregious mistreatment’

Insurance Regulation

Vessel collision leads to fuel spill in Mediterranean

There have been no reported injuries or deaths from the collision of a 5,018 teu containership and 5, 250 dwt ferry north of Corsica on early Sunday morning

France Italy
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