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Towage and Salvage

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Wakashio stern removal to be completed in April

The final salvage plan is being agreed by Mauritian authorities, vessel owner says. Work is expected to start next month

Dry Bulk Casualty

Australia bans livestock carrier over hull breach

The Australian Maritime Safety Authority has banned a livestock carrier from Australian ports for two years for endangering safety and the environment after a hole was spotted on its hull

Australia Specialty

Digitalisation push making large difference at smaller ports

The marineM platform automates maritime operations for ports, towage and workboat operators. The port network of major Indonesian port operator Pelindo II is on the platform and the company hopes to make inroads into other markets too

Asia Pacific Singapore

Bureau Veritas-led 3D printing project among recipients of Singapore funding

This project is one of six 3D printing-specific projects to be awarded co-funding by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore's Maritime Innovation and Technology Fund. Other funding has gone to five maritime digitalisation projects

Singapore Ship operations

Containership runs aground in Singapore Strait

The cause of the incident and the reason why the wreck of the sanctioned Shahraz has been left in location since May is unknown. However, two casualties clogging up the narrow waterway will make navigation far trickier than normal

Singapore Containers

Attacks on vessels being stoked by economic impact of coronavirus

Shipowners urged not to let guard down on piracy with the Singapore Strait back in the headlines after a spate of incidents. Jurisdictional issues complicate co-ordinated responses, but security sources say most crime is low-level and vessels that follow established protocols are unlikely to come to harm

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