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Based on the investigation by the Indonesian authorities, the incidents occurred because of limited understanding of the archipelagic baselines of Indonesia
Say thank you to the naval personnel who put paid to what was once a major scourge of the industry. And most of all, say thank you to the seafarers at the sharp end
There is a feeling of upside potential in the dry bulk market as the grain corridor becomes more established, but the uplift could be derailed should there be a safety incident, says shipbroker Simpson Spence Young
Chinese ship leasing struggles to weather anti-graft storm | Chinese yards feel the heat amid disruption to delivery schedules | BDI sinks to lowest in 20 months on softer China data
More than a decade after the piracy crisis, shipping organisations are marking the end of an era. The once-feared waters off the Horn of Africa region are now seen as safe to transit
End of ordeal could finally be in sight for 49 seafarers kept under armed guard since May
Piracy and sea robbery in the Southeast Asian region is expected to rise in the second half of the year due to increased economic hardship, says study
Ukraine announced its intentions to seize Russian vessels undergoing repairs at the shipyard back in April. Crew members say they are still being held on board
A shipment of grain is expected to leave Chornomorsk on Friday. However, the political test run comes ahead of crucial details yet to be agreed. Until standard operating procedures are nailed down, the rapid ramping-up of grain exports will be slow to follow
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