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Two workers die at shipbreaking yard in Bangladesh

Two workers lost their lives at a shipbreaking yard in in Bangladesh, on Saturday, October 12. According to local sources, the probable cause of the deaths may have been that they inhaled toxic gas. Dangerous shipbreaking in Bangladesh is a great area of concern for human rights organizations and working unions around the world, over the unsafe working conditions and polluting ship dismantling practices.

Evergreen comments on fatal accident at Bangladesh shipbreaking yard

After a worker lost his life while cutting the ship ‘Ever Union’ at a shipbreaking yard in Bangladesh, on July 23, Evergreen released a press statement expressing sympathy for this loss of life and for any other resulting from an industrial accident. It also disclaimed any responsibility, as the ship had been already in the hands of a buyer who had provided assurances that the breakers yard concerned is a certified Green-Ship Recycling shipyard.

Worker loses life at shipbreaking yard in Bangladesh

On July 23, a cutter man died while working at Kabir Steel’s Khawja shipbreaking yard in Chittagong, Bangladesh. According to local sources, Shahidul was cutting the container ship Ever Union, when he fell from a great height. The Ever Union was sold for scrapping for more than $10 million. Before reaching the shore, the ship was renamed Vera and changed registry to the Paris MoU black-listed flag of Palau. 

Grounded boxship Kea Trader splits in half

Lomar Shipping’s container vessel Kea Trader, which had ran aground on a reef off New Caledonia on July 12, developed a crack, resulting in the vessel being split in half. The crack along the vessel’s hull was caused due to this weekend’s inclement weather on the Durand Reef.

At least 15 lives lost in shipbreaking yards in South Asia

The NGO Shipbreaking Platform, is urging the shipping industry to stop selling their end-of-life ships to the shipbreaking beaches of South Asia and instead demand sustainable and safe ship recycling in modern facilities.

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