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Lack of cargo temperature monitoring contributed to Stolt Groenland fireball

Lack of cargo temperature monitoring contributed to the 2019 explosion and fire on the chemical tanker Stolt Groenland, according to an investigation, which found operator Stolt Tankers should have reported an earlier chemical reaction incident on another of its ships

South Korea Casualty

Prokopiou bulker damaged in Zodiac boxship collision

A Prokopiou-owned bulk carrier sustained heavy damage in a collision with a 15,000 teu containership in the Strait of Malacca. No injuries or pollution were reported, but photographs show an oil sheen on the water

Dry Bulk Containers

Fire-damaged MSC vessel being repaired in Singapore

The vessel, MSC Messina, arrived at the shipyard last week after discharging the containerised cargoes at PSA Singapore terminal

Singapore Casualty

Casualty highlights exhaust gas boiler fire risk

Due diligence includes timely exhaust gas boiler cleaning and maintenance of the EGB and associated auxiliary machinery as per the maker’s instructions and safety bulletins, argues solicitor Ritesh Kaushik

International Casualty

TEN eyes new Equinor deal as results beat forecasts

Industry sources told Lloyd’s List that TEN has lined up orders for four dual-fuel aframax tankers to be long-term chartered by Norwegian energy group Equinor. The vessels will be capable of running on liquefied natural gas

Europe Greece

Rising shipyard costs push up hull insurance rates, says Gard

‘The spare parts, the steel and the yards themselves when doing the work, are asking much higher prices than in the past, so individual claims are more expensive,’ says Bjornar Andresen

International Insurance

M/Maritime endorses Onex Syros yard for dry docking bulker fleet

The company’s 34,900 dwt handysize Avra.GR, built in Japan in 2016, has already completed the five-year special survey, spending a week in the Neorion dry dock

Greece Dry Bulk

Grimaldi to drydock ships early as chip shortage stalls global car production

The Italian ro-ro specialist is benefiting from the cargo boom, with strong demand for perishables and consumer products helping to offset current turbulence in the auto trades

Europe Italy
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