The port of Widuri in Indonesia closed at 7 a.m. local time today, January 21, due to recorded wind speeds of 27-30 knots and swell above 2 meters.
The maximum allowable wind speed to conduct mooring activity is 20 knots.
The Maritime Industry's original and most viewed E-News Service
With new rules regarding the declaration of the accurate gross mass of a packed containers due to enter force, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) answers
With the launch of a new rail shuttle and inland shipping link, connections between Northern France and the port of Rotterdam are now better than ever. Five times a week,
Multipurpose heavy lift operator AAL has completed a series of shipments to Port Metro Vancouver (PMV) of a mobile grain shiploader to be installed at the Port’s
The designs for a multi access zero emissions cargo ship will be unveiled at the 5th Natural Propulsion Seminar in Wageningen, Netherlands, on Tuesday, May 24.
Australia’s NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has fined Carnival PLC $15,000 after one of its P&O Cruises ships, the Pacific Jewel, breached new low sulfur fuel regulations in Sydney Harbour.
For over one year the HUMMEL has been contributing to improved air quality at the port of Hamburg. Becker Marine Systems’ LNG Hybrid Barge will also be supplying
Sierra Leone was holding 11 Guineans including military personnel in custody on Wednesday following a confrontation at sea involving the two West African neighbours' navies,
Parade of ships signals start of Fleet Week New York 2016
Now in its 28th year, New York Fleet Week has commenced, with ships from the U.S. Navy, U.S. Coast
Davie Shipbuilding has cut first steel for the Resolve Class Auxiliary Oiler Replenishment vessel.
The project consists of converting a containership into an