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Towage and Salvage

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Svitzer explores innovative partnership with towage customers

The harbour towage specialist is developing new ideas to add value for its customers. And while discussions about automation continue, the pandemic has shown the vital role played by tug crews

Denmark Towage and Salvage

Grounded Navios bulk carrier refloated off Maldives

An estimated 1,500 tonnes of low-sulphur fuel oil, gasoil and lubricants were transferred to topside tanks to cut the pollution risk

Maldives Navios Group

Salvors appointed for Navios bulker grounded in Maldives

Timing of the salvage of the Panama-flagged bulker is dependent on weather conditions, company representative says. Two Sri Lankan tugs are already at the scene

Dry Bulk Towage and Salvage

Minor oil spill on Dutch river after barge and tanker collide

Two inland tankers collided in a river in the Netherlands on Monday, with each vessel sustaining damage. Both were carrying hazardous goods

Netherlands Casualty

Navios bulker grounds in the Maldives

A salvage plan is being drawn up with local authorities, says company representative. The priority is to remove the vessel’s fuel oil so that there is no possibility of pollution

Dry Bulk Casualty

Spain once again forced to deal with controversial livestock carrier

Five months after the Spanish authorities were forced to cull 1,600 cattle on board the ageing Lebanese livestock carrier Elbeik, the vessel was back in Spain and caught fire during the weekend. It required a two-day operation to extinguish the flames

Casualty Lebanon
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