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Keep informed with daily analysis and insight on safety and security issues affecting shipping. From piracy activities to the latest safety measures to casualties

More piracy incidents expected in Singapore Strait this year

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

Asia Pacific Indonesia

ONE launches marine safety and quality campaign

ONE has faced difficulties conducting physical inspections on its ships around the world

International Containers

Ever Given grounding gave P&I chance to shine, says club

NorthStandard merger does not necessarily mean other marine mutuals will join forces any time soon, says Andrew Taylor

International Casualty

International Salvage Union hails ‘modest recovery’ in sector

‘Economic conditions are challenging, and activity and income for our industry is volatile year on year. The trend towards a smaller number of larger and more complicated cases enhances that annual variability,’ says Sloane

International Casualty

Is ammonia too dangerous to use as a fuel?

Ammonia appears to be the dream fuel: it releases no carbon dioxide and can be a zero-emission fuel if produced from clean energy sources. But leakage into manned areas could be catastrophic

Sustainability Fuels

Seafarers to be surveyed on working conditions

Recruitment and retention of seafarers in the future will depend on providing a good work-life balance

Crewing Ship Management

Russian crew detained in Ukraine request repatriation

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

Ukraine Russian Federation

Decline in Lloyd’s Open Form use poses disastrous risk to life, says International Group

‘Responsibility has often been taken away from the master despite the master’s knowledge and experience of the casualty, and their responsibility and authority in accordance with the International Safety Management code,’ argues former Secretary of State’s representative

International Casualty

Seafarers happier as going home becomes less of a lottery

Data-driven positivity comes with a note of caution that seafarers are continuing to have to tackle real barriers. Extended feedback, whether good, bad, or ugly is said to be the actual power underpinning data

Crewing Safety

Chinese floating crane sinks leaving 25 dead

Local maritime authorities have set up a team to conduct a comprehensive investigation into the cause of the incident

China Casualty
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First shipment of Ukraine grain will test political deal

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

Ukraine Dry Bulk

Panama yet to report on Gulf Livestock 1 tragedy

Panama is yet to publish a casualty report nearly two years after the Gulf Livestock 1 sunk off Japan with the loss of 41 people and 5,800 cattle on board, though Australia says the report could be ‘imminent’

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