Cocoa Beans Rot in Ivorian Ports as Buying Slows
Up to 20,000 tonnes of cocoa is rotting at Ivory Coast's ports and might not be sold as a wave of defaults by exporters has slowed buying, exporters and truckers told Reuters on Wednesday. The top cocoa producer's Coffee and Cocoa Council (CCC) acknowledged earlier this month that some firms…
President Zhoushan IMC YongYue Shipyard Engineering Co.
An interview with Chen Yong, president Zhoushan IMC YongYue Shipyard Engineering Co., (IMC-YY) an emerging leader in ship repair and conversion in China.
Berger Joins Port of New Orleans Board
Gov. John Bel Edwards appointed Darryl D. Berger to the Board of Commissioners of the Port of New Orleans. Berger, who was…
GasLog LNG Services Selects E-learning Solution
LNG tanker shipmanagement company GasLog LNG Services Ltd. has selected Seagull Maritime’s e-learning material & Competence…
MacGregor's Ship-to-ship compensation system Launched
MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has launched a new crane compensation system for offshore ship-to-ship load transfers, offering…
APL launches Day-Definite Cargo Arrival with Eagle Guaranteed
APL today announced the launch of Eagle Guaranteed, a promise of day-definite arrival of shipment on the Eagle Express (EX1)…
Harley’s Latest tug begins service
The latest addition to the Harley Marine fleet is now completing sea trials and preparing to enter service. The “M/V Earl W.
Damen Shiprepair Cuts 150 Jobs
Damen Shiprepair & Conversion (DSC) plans to lay off around 150 workers as part of its reorganisation program at three Dutch yards within its group.
Tauranga Port Aims to Handle a Million Cargo Containers
New Zealand's largest freight gateway Port of Tauranga says it is on track to break the country's record for transporting…
Davao Terminal Outfits with Navis
Navis and Davao International Container Terminal (DICT) announced that the terminal has gone live with the Navis N4 terminal system.
APM Terminals Boosts Investment in Port Elizabeth
APM Terminals has significantly increased its previously announced USD $70 million investment plans for the APM Terminals Port Elizabeth facility…
New Sat Comms Expert for the Greek and Cypriot Markets
Marlink has signed an agreement to enter into a joint venture with the satellite connectivity business of Greece and Cyprus based TNL Group…
Gender Discrimination in the Pacific Northwest
In 2016, a jury awarded a woman $3.6 million in a gender discrimination lawsuit filed against the Puget Sound Pilot Commission, a Washington State agency. The woman, a former deep draft vessel master, was awarded the money after she was denied a state pilot license.
Seafarer’s Shore Leave, Travel Bans … and the Big Picture
It has been a wild ride, these past three weeks. I suppose that’s true no matter which side of the political equation that you reside. The flurry of executive orders on a wide variety of topics and issues has delighted some, and enraged a similar number of others.
Fatigue at Sea Should Not Be Ignored
The recent report, ‘Project MARTHA’ published by Intermanager shows that fatigue at sea is a growing problem. The report highlights growing levels of fatigue, particularly among Masters and Watch Keepers.Fatigue at sea (both physical and mental)…
For Alaska, Offshore Energy is Key to a Better Future
In the twilight hours of 2016, President Obama signed off on an executive ruling that will do far more damage to the Alaskan economy than the temporary downturn of global oil prices. The President issued a memorandum declaring an “indefinite”…
Engine Training, Instruction, Operations and Watchstanding - Summer 2017● Maritime College ● Throggs Neck, New York, United States
Deck Training, Instruction, Operations and Watchstanding - Summer 2017● Maritime College ● Throggs Neck, New York, United States
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