The Republic of the Marshall Islands issued a marine safety note, informing that 32 engine room or other machinery space flooding incidents have been reported in the past five years, that are not related to a navigational casualty.
Bureau Veritas has informed that a certification scheme has been introduced in the Netherlands, aiming to ensure a safe working environment and reduce pollution in line with regulatory requirements.
The United States Coast Guard is reminding owners and operators that CO2 system inspection, testing, and maintenance requires thoughtful planning and risk mitigation efforts to prevent serious safety threats and loss of lives.
The DTTAS issued Marine Notice No. 53 regarding an inshore pipeline and umbilical maintenance and inspection survey
Panama Canal Invests $238 million in Maintenance Projects
The Swedish P&I Club initiates Monthly Safety Scenario
Investigation report revels capsized tug did not operate under an SMS02/06/2020
Three reasons why Filipino seafarers are the happiest crew02/06/2020
Second largest container ship starts operating in the Barcelona02/06/2020
Port of New York and New Jersey apply for COVID-19 recovery program02/06/2020
Singapore team launches Singapore Crew Change guidebook02/06/2020
Batlic Exchange: Maritime market highlights 24-29 May02/06/2020
LNG tanker makes first-ever May Northern Sea Route voyage02/06/2020
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China Merchants Port joins forces with Alibaba, Ant on smart project02/06/2020
Canada bans cruises until 31st October02/06/2020
Oil tankers line up off China amid rebound in fuel demand02/06/2020