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Investigation continues as to cause of fire that resulted in the loss of five lives
Police say the crew were trying to fix the problem when the incident occurred
Search and rescue efforts are being conducted while the vessel is being monitored
The MPA says there is no risk to shipping and no reported injuries to crews but both ships have sustained damage
The explosion in ship sizes has led to people having to take a lot of risks in waters never designed for such giants
The 2,194 teu, Malta flagged vessel, owned by Lomar Shipping, ran aground on the Durand Reef, off New Caledonia, last July
Data-crunching from January 2013 shows that 47% of incidents that require a report to be submitted to the International Maritime Organization has not yet been submitted by flag states
While overseeing one of the world’s largest shipping operations, Grahaeme Henderson always enjoy stressing his part in enhancing safety over nearly everything else. Many may see the HiLo initiative as his parting gift for UK Chamber of Shipping after Dr Henderson recently stepped down as the industry group’s president.
The Maersk Honan casualty shows the container shipping sector needs to take more steps over hazardous cargoes
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