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Casualties

The Casualties table below provides a 10-day review of reported incidents, and any subsequent updates on a 24-hour delay. If you require more timely and detailed casualty data, you can upgrade to Lloyds List Intelligence. Just click on the Lloyds List Intelligence logo below to request a free demo

*Please note that the date of the incident and casualty report below may differ due to time discrepancies of the lodged report

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CMA CGM Libra case was dispute over just $400,000

‘Our clients had $800,000 exposure… So not taking 50% has cost them [CMA CGM] probably a couple of million dollars, easily,’ says Clyde & Co’s Jai Sharma

United Kingdom Containers

Senators seek reform as US marine school halts programme after assault claim

‘US Congress must act to address this scourge and protect our mariners,’ says Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, one of three lawmakers sponsoring the bill

International North America

Deviation from planned route led to Stellar Banner grounding

The report issued by the Marshall Islands also identified lack of communication between bridge crew, which meant the new route had not been plotted on electronic or paper charts

Dry Bulk Casualty

Zim containership crew evacuated after fire during storm

Updated: Fire extinguished but tugs remain on station. Specialist teams will board ship to assess damage

North America Containers

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Should shipping be singing the GI blues?

On this week’s podcast, we are assessing the outlook for general increases, or GIs to those in the know, at the next P&I renewal round. The past two renewal rounds have seen most clubs ask for mid to high single-digit rises and early indications suggest we should brace for more, but significantly, a handful have explicitly rejected the notion of GIs altogether. We get the expert analysis from Mark Cracknell, head of cargo and marine at megabroker Marsh JLT Specialty, Stephen Hawke, managing director of Lockton’s P&I broker affiliate PL Ferrari and West of England’s chief executive Tom Bowsher.

Lloyd's List The Shipping Podcast Insurance

P&I club general increases ‘unnecessary,’ says Marsh

Cracknell brands GIs ‘an anachronism in the modern world’ that may result in more owners looking to switch club

International Casualty

Anchor may have hit US pipeline months before spill, says coast guard

‘We’re fairly certain that there was one at least initiating incident that occurred several months to a year ago of an anchor-drag situation. We’re confident now that it was a large vessel,’ says US coast guard

North America United States

Bulk Shenzhen back in operation after repairs

The 2020 Bulkers vessel has been in Zhoushan port following the collision, according to Lloyd's List Intelligence data

Dry Bulk Casualty

Suez blockade vessel’s owners expected to mount navigation error defence

‘Concentration of risk on huge containerships is a well-known problem… This type of issue can arise anywhere in the world,’ Jai Sharma argues

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