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ESL sets sail toward expansion with new ultramax vessels

Capital Ethiopia 22 Apr 2024
The state-owned logistics behemoth, ESL, has been expanding its fleet of ultramax ships ... A delegation headed by the CEO visited China a week ago to talk about acquiring new ships in order to expand its fleet of marine assets.

Thordon Delivers SXL Water Lubricated Rudder Bearing to Research Ship

The Maritime Executive 15 Apr 2024
The 38-year-old Ocean Endeavour, operated by the UK’s Gardline, a multi-disciplinary marine survey company which operates a fleet of 13 multi-role survey ships, was recently fitted with ...

Budget Watchdog Forecasts Big Cost Overrun for Marine Corps' Landing Ships

The Maritime Executive 12 Apr 2024
The cost of procuring a fleet of small amphibious ships to support the Marine Corps is expected to be three times higher than the U.S Navy expects, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has said.

Green groups urge transparency on climate impact of fossil gas-powered vessels

SAFETY4SEA 11 Apr 2024
A coalition of green groups has called on ship engine manufacturers to disclose the full climate impact of fossil gas-powered vessels ... Shipping companies are buying LNG-powered vessels as a way to clean up their fleets.

Intership Navigation invests in digital ship management

CyprusMail 09 Apr 2024
Through this partnership, Limassol-based Internship, which manages a fleet of 100 ships, will implement MariApps’ smartPal suite, covering various operations.

Ship fire claims spike to highest in a decade as larger vessels add to risks

Tradewinds 09 Apr 2024
The claims – based on Cefor’s data covering 46% of the global fleet of ships larger than 20,000gt - demonstrated ...

Holland America Line becomes first global cruise line to receive international seafood certifications

TravelDailyNews 09 Apr 2024
All 11 ships in the fleet are Chain of Custody certified to serve Marine Stewardship Council and Aquaculture Stewardship Council certified and labeled seafood, with the full rollout starting across ...

Red Sea crisis has negative impact on gas ship CII ratings

Seatrade Maritime News 05 Apr 2024
More ships were required because of the longer voyage and MIS Marine also noted higher speeds to meet contractual delivery commitments ... 30% of global shipping fleet needs tech upgrade for CII reporting.

The Greeks Amongst Forbes’ World Billionaires List 2024

Greek Reporter 04 Apr 2024
He is the owner of Greek shipping firm Thenamaris, which has a fleet of 89 ... He is the owner of Greek shipping firm Minerva Marine, which has a fleet of 71 tankers, dry cargo and container vessels.

Company Responsible for Baltimore Disaster Caught Silencing Whistleblowers

Truth Dig 28 Mar 2024
The vessel that crashed into the Baltimore bridge, ‘DALI’, was chartered by Maersk and operated by Synergy Marine Group, a ship management company based in Singapore ... largest container shipping fleets.

Phillips: Anti-Harassment Rules Will Help Keep Mariners in the Industry

The Maritime Executive 27 Mar 2024
Maritime Administrator Ann Phillips has many tasks on her plate, from MARAD's new training ships to the Ready Reserve Fleet, but mariner recruitment and retention is at the top of the list.

Stena Provident Completes 1st Ever Methanol Bunkering at Port of Savannah

The Maritime Executive 23 Mar 2024
... for over 20 months and we are proud to be enabling others to gain valuable operational experience of using methanol as a marine fuel by time chartering Stena Provident and other ships in the fleet.

Navy’s budget plan to get rid of 19 ships draws some early criticism

Stars and Stripes 19 Mar 2024
The Navy’s plan to buy fewer ships while accelerating early retirements for others across the fleet has drawn the opening salvos of criticism from at least one member of Congress ... “We have sailors and Marines who are serving on these ships.

The War Drums Quicken: King of the Jungle, Episode 7

The American Spectator 16 Mar 2024
Everybody in the States seemed to think that (1) it was a bluff that the Vinnies were coming, and (2) if they did, we’d send the Fourth Fleet and some Marines down to wipe the floor with them.

U.S. Army Leads the Way on Gaza Maritime Aid Mission

The Maritime Executive 10 Mar 2024
The Marine Corps' oceangoing amphib fleet can also perform the same ship-to-shore function with hovercraft and landing craft, but many of these ships are in need of repair or replacement to maintain readiness.

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