Thursday, June 19, 2014 Maritime News

First Cargo Transhipped at Rotterdam's Sheltered Waters Facility

Jun 19, 2014

The Port of Rotterdam says that the first commercial cargo has been transhipped on the inner waters of Maasvlakte 2. At one of the two specially designed berths,

COSCO Zhoushan Delivers Pair of Panamax Bulk Carriers

Jun 19, 2014

COSCO Corporation (Singapore) says that its COSCO Zhoushan subsidiary shipyard has delivered two bulk carriers of 64,000 dwt, “PUERTO ROSARIO” and “PORTO LEONE”, to a European buyer.

International Maritime Prize for Mexican Legal Expert

Jun 19, 2014

The Council of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) informs it decided at its recent meeting to award the International Maritime Prize for 2013 to Dr. José Eusebio Salgado y Salgado,

Haitian Migrants Forced to Walk the Plank: Coast Guard Rescue

Jun 19, 2014

The Coast Guard says it repatriated 19 Haitian migrants from an intediction in the Mona Passage, including a pair of migrants who had to be rescued after they were

Proposed Adjustment To Quarantine Inspection Fees At US Ports

Jun 19, 2014

The US Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has announced proposed changes to the fees it charges to recoup the costs

Holland America Line Returns to Bermuda

Jun 19, 2014

Holland America Line is returning to the pink sands and pastel-colored skyline of Bermuda on seven-day cruises aboard ms Veendam. Sailing roundtrip from Boston, Mass.

Global Trade Set To Benefit From ICC Report

Jun 19, 2014

  Released yesterday, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Trade Register Report 2014 provides empirical evidence that, in all forms, trade and export finance

Terex Port Solutions Supplies Model2 Harbor Crane To Fjordbase

Jun 19, 2014

  Terex Port Solutions (TPS) recently supplied Norwegian company, Saga Fjordbase AS, with a diesel-electric Terex® Gottwald Model 2 harbor crane, G HMK 2304 variant.

CIMC Raffles Starts Norway's Semisub Construction

Jun 19, 2014

Chinese semi-submersible rig specialist CIMC Raffles has kicked off construction of a deep-water unit destined for operation in Norway’s North Sea and other challenging

Wärtsilä's Power Plant For S. Arabian desert

Jun 19, 2014

  Wärtsilä has received an order to supply a turnkey power plant for Saudi Arabia. The order was placed by Umm Al-Qura Cement Company in May 2014. The 47 MW captive

Navigation Campaign Launched at Vankorneft

Jun 19, 2014

  Rosneft subsidiary Vankorneft has launched the navigation campaign on delivery of nearly 400 thousand tons of cargoes via the Bolshaya Kheta River (left tributary of the Yenisei).

Situation At Achinsk Oil Refinery Post Accident

Jun 19, 2014

  On June 15, 2014 there was a serious accident at Achinsk oil refinery. Unfortunately, as a result, people died and some were injured. President and all Company’s

Safe Bulkers Tops Annual Ranking Of Shipping Companies

Jun 19, 2014

  Safe Bulkers, Inc. an international provider of marine drybulk transportation services, announced today that it has been ranked and awarded the First Place in

Danish DFDS Crew Receives IMO Bravery Award

Jun 19, 2014

The crew of the DFDS ship Britannia Seaways receives the award for the courage displayed in a vehement fire on board in 2013. On Thursday, the IMO Council agreed

Europe on Track for 2020 Energy Efficiency Goal -Report

Jun 19, 2014

The European Union is almost on track to reach its goal of improving energy savings by a fifth by 2020 and may consider a significantly higher target for the next decade,

Political Strife Pushes Back Mexican Energy Laws

Jun 19, 2014

Political wrangling in Mexico means Congress is unlikely to approve before July legislation to complete an energy overhaul at the center of President Enrique Pena Nieto's economic agenda,

Furuno Debuts Remote Controller and Software

Jun 19, 2014

When Furuno added its Black Box system to their NavNet TZtouch family, it provided flexibility for captains that wanted a TZtouch system on larger displays. Shortly after that,

Study: Rising Sea Level Puts 150 Million at Risk

Jun 19, 2014

For 150 million people living in coastal areas around the world, rising sea level will become a genuine threat, according to a new study which found evidence the

AUVs are Central to Lisbon Security Program

Jun 19, 2014

Two Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs), specifically developed for the SUPPORT (Security UPgrade for PORTS) project, an integrated four-year research and development project,

American Club Reports Progress in 2013

Jun 19, 2014

The American Club reported progress during 2013 at the annual meeting of its members held in New York today. Despite difficult business conditions, including those

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