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MSF claims Aquarius has assisted 30,000 people in the Mediterranean Sea since February 2016
Finferries’ vessel Falco has been operated autonomously and controlled remotely. It is the next step in progress towards a digital future for shipping. However we should expect the occasional bump along the way
Bunker supply chain security may top the industry agenda, but it seems to have fallen through a jurisdictional crack at the IMO for now
‘LOF light’ proposals are unsatisfactory because they would not make for adequate incentives, sector figurehead maintains. Shipowners and insurers must understand there is no alternative to footing the bill for sufficient salvage capacity
The rapid decline in the use of Lloyd’s Open Form – which some regard as too expensive, especially for simple jobs – has sparked a hunt for alternatives, with the issue the main focus of debate on the opening morning of the Salvage & Wreck Removal 2018 event
A host of countries speaking at the IMO, including Germany, the US and the UK, have all condemned Russia for its attack and called for the release of the Ukrainian sailors
Capt Jitendra Misra received the Outstanding Achievement Award at the Lloyd’s List SAMEA celebration, with Topaz Energy and Marine, Bahri Logistics, Cargill, and Pakistan’s Maritime Training Institute among others recognised
Russia border patrol authorities closed the passage and fired on three Ukrainian naval ships that they later seized
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