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Monday, 24 September 2018
Are electric vessels the future of shipping?
 
As the world is changing, technologies that were the absolute norm, are now becoming old-fashioned. Up until now, ships have been sailing using fuels. However, it seems that electric vessels are gaining momentum, with many countries considering them as the future.
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Monday, 24 September 2018
ISRA: EU capacity copes with demand ahead EU ship recycling regulation
 
The International Ship Recycling Association (ISRA) argued that the EU recycling capacity will possibly cope with the expected demand of end of life EU flagged ships, as the current listed EU capacity to recycle ships amounts only about 1,3 million LDT. 
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Monday, 24 September 2018
China possible to ban open-loop scrubbers
 
Speaking during a lunch that the Hong Kong Shipowners Association organised, Dr. Xie Xie, director of the  Waterborne Transportation Research Institute at the Chinese Ministry of Transport, said that he is not sure if China will allow open-loop scrubbers as a compliance measure in its ECAs and coastal waters.
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Monday, 24 September 2018
42 ships under detention in Paris MoU in August
 
The Paris MoU issued an updated list with the ships detained in the Paris MoU region during August, citing a total of 42 ships. The number of times a ship has been detained during a 24 month period is because of the NIR (New Inspection Regime) now a 36 month period and is included in the list.
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Monday, 24 September 2018
Pirates kidnapped 12 crew in Nigeria
 
Pirates kidnapped 12 crew from a Swiss merchant vessel on Saturday, 22 September in Nigeria, Massoel Shipping the ship’s operator informed. The ship was traveling between Lagos and the Port Harcourt. The attack took place about 45 nautical miles south west of Bonny Island.
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Monday, 24 September 2018
UN program coordinates operation to limit containerized smuggling
 
44 countries and 52 seaports took part in a two-week maritime enforcement operation in the second quarter of 2018, in order to disrupt the flow of possible container shipments contaminated with drugs. The operation made 14 seizures and confiscated a total of 5,814 kilograms of cocaine.
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Monday, 24 September 2018
Heavy-hearted Mortensen left with one choice after wonderful ride at BW
 
Danish shipping executive opens up on the reasons for his departure from BW Group, his relationship with Andreas Sohmen-Pao and his future plans....
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Monday, 24 September 2018
Ardmore reveals BWTS problems after new order
 
Owner says "commonplace" operational issues have affected series of newbuildings....
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Monday, 24 September 2018
Carsten Mortensen quits as BW Group chief executive
 
Danish executive parts company with Singapore headquartered group....
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Monday, 24 September 2018
CEO Holger Nielsen quits Samskip
 
New management structure in place after long-serving boss looks for new opportunity....
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