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Friday, 13 July 2018
Wärtsilä signs a EUR 170 million scrubber deal
 
Wärtsilä Corporation, 13 July 2018 at 11.00 a.m. EEST – The year 2020 is approaching along with the Sulphur cap regulation of 0.5%, putting pressure on maritime agents to decrease emissions – and to utilise new innovations for environmentally sound vessels and services in the marine industry. A major European container shipping company has ordered […]...
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Friday, 13 July 2018
Volatility knocks again…CAUTION!
 
The BDI (Baltic Dry Index) ended earlier on today at 1,632 points, 42 higher than yesterday “thanks” to the volatile as ever Capes. Geopolitics remain more than perplexed… John Faraclas’ daily brief: The Capes’ BCI surpassed once …again the 3,000 point threshold – actually now reading 3,041… That’s 248 plus since yesterday when it gained […]...
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Friday, 13 July 2018
Chelsea Technologies Group Wash Water Monitor Installed on Scrubber Retrofit in China
 
One of the first scrubber retrofits in China reflective of a wider uptake in the global scrubber market 13 July 2018 – Chelsea Technologies Group (CTG), a world leader in the design and manufacture of sensors for the maritime sector, has today announced that its Sea Sentry wash water monitoring system for ship exhaust gas cleaning […]...
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Friday, 13 July 2018
Shipping industry needs balance between safety and environmental protection measures
 
During Posidonia 2018, SAFETY4SEA met with the International Registries, Inc.’s Team for an exclusive interview on the future shipping challenges, discussing also key issues such as what is required for implementing a strong safety culture onboard and for effective global Sulphur cap compliance, due in 2020. 
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Friday, 13 July 2018
First hydrogen fuel cell passenger vessel to be built in US
 
California-based Bay Ship and Yacht Co. has secured a contract to build the first hydrogen fuel cell passenger vessel in the US for Golden Gate Zero Emission Marine. The vessel is expected to be delivered and in service by September 2019 and will operate on the San Francisco Bay.
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Friday, 13 July 2018
Anti-pollution operation starts at SSL Kolkata
 
Shreyas Shipping and Logistics Limited, the operators of the container ship SSL Kolkata, informed that the vessel remains aground in soft mud some 7.5 nautical miles off the lndian Sunderbans, Kolkata, West Bengal. However, counter pollution response has started.
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Friday, 13 July 2018
New cruise terminal to be built at PortMiami
 
A new cruise terminal will be built in Miami. After an MoU was signed between MSC Cruises and Miami-Dade County, the two parties agreed to construct a new Cruise Terminal AAA at PortMiami. Last year Miami served more than 5.3 million travelers, more cruise passengers than any other port in the world.
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Friday, 13 July 2018
UK publishes Brexit White Paper
 
The UK has published a Brexit White Paper which outlines its aims for a future economic relationship with the EU. Included in the White Paper is the Facilitated Customs Arrangement which essentially enables the continued and unobstructed trade between the UK and the EU.
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Friday, 13 July 2018
FEPORT welcomes measures to improve terminals development
 
FEPORT welcomed the report of the Transport and Tourism Committee of the European Parliament on the proposed revision of the Combined Transport Directive. FEPORT said that the proposed revision will improve the current text, and will advance terminal development.
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Friday, 13 July 2018
12 Tips to improve human factors and maritime safety
 
There is a lot talk about ‘human element’ in the maritime industry; the human element, which lies at the heart of shipping, is blamed for the majority of the accidents. In this regard, the industry has taken significant steps to address human factor issues and UK MCA’s Deadly Dozen is one of them.
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