Seros Shipping was awarded “Trailblazer of the year in Indian Shipping” at GMU – Marex function
The GMU-MAREX International Maritime Legal Conference held today in Mumbai awarded Seros Shipping as the "Trailblazer of the year in Indian Shipping".
One Is Still Missing After Four Crew Members Fell Off a Cargo Ship In The Taiwan Strait
Four crew members of a 31,236-ton cargo ship that was off the coast of Yunlin County on October 17 reportedly went missing, prompting the Taiwanese coast guard and the National Airborne Service Corps to launch an extensive sea and air hunt for the missing Vietnamese national.
Dozens Of LNG-Laden Vessels Queue Off The Coasts Of Europe, Not Able To Unload
According to reports, dozens of ships carrying liquefied natural gas (LNG) are hovering around the Spanish coasts. Due to overcapacity at the factories that convert fuel from ships into gas, several European nations are unable to secure the slots required for unloading.
Containership Reportedly Sank in the Red Sea After Catching Fire
Multiple news sites are reporting that the Panamanian-flagged containership has sunk in the Red Sea nearly a week after a fire broke out in a cargo hold.
Coastal Industry is Still Affected by Mississippi’s Declining Water Level
The Mississippi River's water level continues its downward trajectory, with substantial implications for agriculture and commerce in the American heartland.
Explosives from World War II hinder investigation of a breach in the Nord Stream pipeline
Despite World War II explosives on the seabed, Denmark said Thursday that investigations into the alleged sabotage of the Nord Stream gas pipelines connecting Russia with Europe are "progressing nicely."
Shofu Maru, World’s First Cargo Vessel Equipped With ‘Wind Challenger’ Hard Sail Delivered
A coal carrier outfitted with Wind Challenger (a hard sail wind power propulsion system) was delivered and began operation on October 7, 2022, according to Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd.
Gothenburg Port And North Sea Port Establish A Green Passage And Provide Rebates For Vessels Using Renewable Fuels
By 2025, alternative energy sources should be used by seagoing boats, according to a green corridor established by the Belgian North Sea Port and the Swedish Port of Gothenburg.
Piracy Has Declined Globally To Its Lowest In Years
The ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has identified the lowest rate of international piracy and armed robbery occurrences since 1992 when reviewing the first two-thirds of this year.