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Piracy & Security

Stay informed with the latest news, analysis and market insight on the piracy and security threats impacting the shipping industry; be proactive in adapting your organisation to meet new requirements and identify risks to your business model through our expert coverage

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TT Club warns of cargo theft risk

Delayed cargoes kept in temporary storage facilities are changing the nature of theft risk. Robberies from these facilities has grown significantly

North America United States

Singapore forges ties with Malaysia and Indonesia to tackle piracy

Transit of over 1,000 vessels daily through the Singapore Strait remains safe, with robbers who attack ships often unarmed and vessels’ crew unharmed, according to Singapore authorities

Asia Pacific Tankers and Gas

Piracy and robberies at sea drop 15% across Asia

While armed robberies of ships in Asia remain a problem, no piracy was reported in the region last year as relevant governments forge closer co-operation

Asia Pacific Tankers and Gas

Denmark’s handling of Gulf piracy incident angers Nigeria

Criticism mounts over Denmark’s conduct in connection with an incident involving suspected pirates in the Gulf of Guinea last November

Middle East and Africa Denmark

Denmark defends anti-piracy mission after suspects released

BIMCO and Danish Shipping defended the mission amid claims the Danes’ operation strained relations between states and the shipping industry

Denmark Middle East and Africa

Denmark to release suspected pirates

The detainees on the frigate Esbern Snare have been held since a November 24 gunfight in the Gulf of Guinea

Denmark Piracy and Security

US condemns seizure of UAE-flagged vessel by Yemeni rebels

Vessel was headed for Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea port of Jizan on route from the Yemeni island of Socotra

Middle East and Africa Saudi Arabia

Malaysia to seek extradition deal with Indonesia to protect shipping

The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency wants an extradition treaty with Indonesia to facilitate prosecution of suspected foreign crew

Indonesia Malaysia

Shipmanager confirms pirate attack on Tonsberg

Piracy reporting centre has warned of an increased risk of piracy in the Gulf of Guinea

Middle East and Africa CMA CGM
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