2021 April 18


USCG says two crewmembers recovered from capsized lift boat

Donjon dive operations were scheduled to continue throughout Friday evening


Port Canaveral to host commercial vessels for U.S. reflag conversion process

The vessel reflagging plan was presented at the regular March meeting of the Canaveral Port Authority Board of Commissioners


ABP expands customer offer at Port of Garston

Port of Garston clients will have more covered and external storage capacity


Suez Canal Authority permitted two personnel of the crew members of the Panamanian vessel to leave for urgent personal circumstances

​In response to the request of the owner company and as a humanitarian gesture


IACS announces Incoming Council Chair

Lloyd’s Register CEO Nick Brown to take up role on 1st July this year.


Maritime NZ welcomes new Chief Executive

Kirstie Hewlett takes the helm at Maritime NZ


RMC and TT-Line ink contract for car and passenger ferry duo

The first of the vessels will be delivered to TT-Line at the end of 2023 and the second at the end of 2024


Local start-up Machine Eye wins £75k in funding from Techstart Ventures and Belfast Harbour

Newry tech business Machine Eye has secured a £75,000 proof of concept grant


Logistics services in Dunkerque-Port are expanding with innovative solutions

A warehouse with 42,000 sq. m of floor space will be built in the DLI South zone


USCG recovered one crew member Thursday night from missing lift boat crew

Divers returned to the scene at 7:50 a.m. Friday to conduct an assessment and began dive operations

2021 April 17


BW LPG sells VLGC "BW Empress"

BW LPG says the BW Empress was sold for an attractive price in a volatile market


USCG continues search for missing people from capsized vessel

The incident has been declared a major marine casualty


Silverstream Technologies and Shell successfully complete trials of the Silverstream® System onboard the LNG carrier Methane Patricia Camila

Retrofit of air lubrication technology achieves verified performance of 6.6% net savings during initial testing


Contract for two new car and passenger ferries for TT-Line strengthens RMC's order book significantly

Construction of the new car and passenger ferries will begin in spring 2022


IACS has published its 2020 Annual Review

IACS is pleased to announce the release of its 2020 IACS Annual Review


KR and HHI Group sign strategic partnership MOU For GHG issue

Shipowners need to implement measures to meet EEXI and CII regulations which come into force for existing ships in 2023

2021 April 16


New multi-regional manual for response to maritime pollution incidents gets jointly published by HELCOM and its partners

The guidance includes specific annexes for the Mediterranean, Baltic and Greater North Sea


ESPO welcomes Port of Durrës as observer member

Port of Durrës is Albania's port of call, accounting for nearly 90% of Albania's total international maritime freight traffic


Rosatom estimates demand for tankers and bulkers needed under Arctic project till 2028 at 40 units

The state corporation sets itself five key tasks on the development of the Northern Sea Route


Baltic countries benefit from EMSA’s regional RPAS service for enhanced maritime surveillance

EMSA’s regional RPAS service for enhanced maritime surveillance in the Baltic Sea began this week


GPA’s March container trade leaps 48 percent

The Port of Savannah handled an all-time record of nearly 500,000 twenty-foot equivalent container units in March, an increase of more than 48 percent, or 162,275 TEUs


Baltic Ports Organization’s Digitalization Managers Group held online meeting

The BPO Digitalization Managers Group will meet again in September


New rail cargo volumes to and from Stockholm Norvik Port

From 12th April the short sea hauls shipping company Containerships, in collaboration with Green Cargo, is operating services every week between southern Sweden and Stockholm Norvik Port