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Key causes of container loss claims

A recent run of container loss claims by the London Club has highlighted some of the common contributory factors, emerging from the investigation process. The Club noted that the subject of mis-declared container weights continues to be a problem, however, it was the attending surveyor’s observations regarding cargo securing equipment that ‘catch the eye’.

Tidetech and NAPA: Better data means better decisions

Together with AIS position and other information, the Tidetech data is integrated into NAPA’s Fleet Intelligence and Class-NK NAPA Green Monitoring programs, which use proprietary algorithms to provide a view of global performance and ship-specific performance analysis.

Lessons learned after passenger ship hits uncharted rock

While the master focused on recovering the boats, L Austral inadvertently entered a 300-metre unauthorised zone, which was not permitted to enter and struck an uncharted rock. The hull was pierced and an empty void space was flooded. The Transport Accident Investigation Commission issued an investigation report.

Poor maintenance and voyage planning caused Arca 1 grounding

In its investigation report released today, Canada’s Transportation Safety Board found that inadequate vessel maintenance and voyage planning guided by an under-qualified crew led to the January 2017 grounding of the tanker ‘Arca 1’ near Sydney, Nova Scotia. The vessel sustained major damage to hull and propulsion.

How to prevent anchorage related navigation casualties

RMI issued an advisory referring to causal factors that have led to marine casualties off Singapore and Chittagong. Following a five-year review of collisions, allisions and groundings in the areas, the Flag Administration noted that many of the casualties occurred in designated anchorages.

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Alerts Casualties Loss Prevention Maritime Health Regulation Safety Seafarers Security
improper maintenance
Improper maintenance causes failure to UPS
hand flares
Hand flares accidentally activated due to neglected safety procedures
Lack of proper procedures lead to severe engine failure
Arctic Ballast Emissions Fuels Green Shipping Pollution Ship Recycling Technology
automatic mooring systems
Automatic mooring systems in RoRo/Pax ports bring 97% CO2 reduction
shore power in Calandkanaal
Dutch partners study shore power feasibility in Port of Rotterdam
total, engie
Total seals acquisition of Engie LNG business, becomes world’s 2nd LNG player
Connectivity Cyber Security E-navigation Energy Efficiency Maritime Software Smart
digitalization
UN launches Panel to address the effects of digitalization
automatic mooring systems
Automatic mooring systems in RoRo/Pax ports bring 97% CO2 reduction
NIS Directive
NIS Directive: When cyber security meets operational resilience
CIC Detentions Fines PSC Focus Vetting
psc training in turkmenistan
EMSA supports PSC training in Turkmenistan
air pollution
Trial starts for cruise ship Captain over air pollution
anticompetitive conduct
South Asia LPG fined over anticompetitive conduct
CSR Shipping Sustainability Women in shipping
climate change
Increasing temperatures expected due to climate change
shore power in Calandkanaal
Dutch partners study shore power feasibility in Port of Rotterdam
hamburg sud emissions
Hamburg Süd reduces CO2 emissions by 40%
Finance Fishery Infographic Maritime Knowledge Offshore Ports Reports Shipbuilding Short Sea Yachting
port of antwerp
Port of Antwerp achieves record Q2
fishing vessel flooding
Reducing the risk of flooding on fishing vessels
cruise shipbuilding
2017 ‘a year of gold’ for global cruise shipbuilding