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  • Port of Vancouver welcomes 25 millionth cruise passenger
    von Sarmpezi Sandra am 25. Mai 2018 um 10:42

    The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority celebrated the arrival of the 25 millionth cruise passenger through the Port. To mark the occasion, the port authority hosted a celebration at Canada Place. In 2018, more than 895,000 passengers are expected on 241 vessel visits in Vancouver, a 7% increase in passenger volumes. The post Port of Vancouver welcomes 25 millionth cruise passenger appeared first on SAFETY4SEA. […]

  • Watch: Italy’s first, fully-automated gantry cranes reach Vado Ligure
    von Sarmpezi Sandra am 25. Mai 2018 um 10:23

    Italy’s first Automated rail mounted gantry cranes have arrived at APM Terminals Vado Ligure, in the north part of the country, after a long journey of about four months from China. The cranes will be used in the new container terminal due for completion in 2019.  The post Watch: Italy’s first, fully-automated gantry cranes reach Vado Ligure appeared first on SAFETY4SEA. […]

  • Shell makes large oil discovery at Gulf of Mexico
    von Toumanidis Elias am 25. Mai 2018 um 10:05

    Shell informed that it made a large, deep-water, exploration discovery in the Norphlet geologic play in the US Gulf of Mexico with its Dover well. The Dover discovery is Shell’s sixth in the Norphlet and encountered more than 800 net feet of pay. The discovery was made 13 miles from the Appomattox host. The post Shell makes large oil discovery at Gulf of Mexico appeared first on SAFETY4SEA. […]

  • ICS: Carbon targets to be met only with ‘zero CO2’ fuels
    von Sarmpezi Sandra am 25. Mai 2018 um 10:02

    With respect to the IMO's recently adopted goal for 2050, which eyes a 70% efficiency improvement and a total 50% CO2 cuts by 2050, ICS Deputy Secretary General, Simon Bennett, noted that these targets can realistically only be achieved with the development and global roll out of genuine zero CO2 fuels. The post ICS: Carbon targets to be met only with ‘zero CO2’ fuels appeared first on SAFETY4SEA. […]

  • Maersk welcomes India’s cabotage law relaxation
    von Toumanidis Elias am 25. Mai 2018 um 09:53

    Recently, the Indian Ministry of Shipping announced the relaxation of India's cabotage law. This will enable global shipping lines to carry EXIM containers along India’s coast. With the relaxation of the cabotage law, foreign ships carrying containers will be able to tranship at Indian ports, as well as carry empty containers. The post Maersk welcomes India’s cabotage law relaxation appeared first on SAFETY4SEA. […]

  • Piracy on the rise in Latin America and the Caribbean
    von Sarmpezi Sandra am 25. Mai 2018 um 09:36

    In its recently-published annual piracy report, OBP reported a total of 71 incidents of piracy and armed robbery against ships in Latin America and the Caribbean Sea throughout 2017, which represents a 163% increase over 2016. Most incidents occurred in territorial waters, with anchored yachts being the primary targets for attackers. The post Piracy on the rise in Latin America and the Caribbean appeared first on SAFETY4SEA. […]

  • Hamburg Süd adjusts EMCS in Central America, Caribbean and North Europe
    von Toumanidis Elias am 25. Mai 2018 um 09:31

    Hamburg Süd will revise the sequence of ports in its EMCS service between Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean and North Europe. The EMCS provides Member States with an electronic system to monitor the movement of these goods in real-time, in order to ensure that the duties are properly levied at the final destination. The post Hamburg Süd adjusts EMCS in Central America, Caribbean and North Europe appeared first on SAFETY4SEA. […]

  • Watch: Fire flows at Indonesian Barito River
    von Sarmpezi Sandra am 25. Mai 2018 um 09:00

    The video depicts a fire that erupted in the Barito River, south Kalimantan, Indonesia, in the early morning hours of 25 May. According to initial information, an oil spill caused the flow of the fire to spread into the river, damaging several ships that were berthed at the time. The post Watch: Fire flows at Indonesian Barito River appeared first on SAFETY4SEA. […]

  • AAPA welcomes WRDA legislation, but calls for considerations
    von Toumanidis Elias am 25. Mai 2018 um 08:51

    AAPA released a statement responding to the 2018 Water Resources Development Act legislation. The Association welcomed the legislation, but said that an agreement reached by the US major ports to ensure equity must also be included. WRDA aims to improve the US’s ports, inland waterways, locks, dams, flood protection, ecosystem restoration, and other water resources infrastructure. The post AAPA welcomes WRDA legislation, but calls for considerations appeared first on SAFETY4SEA. […]

  • Watch: ZPMC to adopt digital solutions
    von Toumanidis Elias am 25. Mai 2018 um 08:35

    In this video published by Microsoft, Judson Althoff, Microsoft’s commercial business lead, and Song Hailiang, ZPMC’s vice president and former chairman, explore the company’s change from a simple manufacturer to a smart port services provider. As many ports are using ZPMC’s cranes and heavy-duty machinery, the company collaborates with Microsoft to create new services. The post Watch: ZPMC to adopt digital solutions appeared first on SAFETY4SEA. […]