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Recommends / Sanchi-Crystal collision first tragedy in 2018 in the new global casualty hotspot
The year has kicked off with another terrible maritime incident. The collision of Iranian oil ...
Recommends / NTSB determines probable cause of El Faro tragedy
The US National Transportation Safety Board yesterday released its report into the sinking of Tote’s ...
News / Shipowners need to tighten security against cyber attacks on vessels
In response to the growing threat of cybercrime to the shipping sector, the UK government ...
News / Insurers grow twitchy as containerships get bigger and cargo more valuable
With CMA CGM reportedly ready to sign a letter-of-intent for nine ultra-large container vessels (ULCVs) ...
News / Fewer containers being lost at sea, says World Shipping Council
The debate about how many containers are lost overboard at sea was reopened today. Liner shipping ...
Recommends / Collision 'was USS Fitzgerald's fault': and this is why
Fantastic piece from John Konrad, founder of the gCaptain blog, on the recent collision between ...
Recommends / 'Major blaze' on APL containership off South Africa
Emergency maritime services in South Africa have been working over the past couple of days ...
News / ClassNK calls for upgraded steel plate tolerance in mega-boxship construction
Japanese classification society ClassNK is claiming a “world-first” breakthrough finding in the required crack arrest toughness of ...
Recommends / Panama Canal design concerns renewed after ship hits lock wall
Here we go again. The photo in this report by gCaptain, shows a head-sized puncture ...
- 1.Etihad pulls A330F fleet as US adds new security rules for Middle East airlines
- 2.The end of 'business as usual' for logistics as digitisation and the disruptors arrive
- 3.Analysis: the container shipping industry and its major players in 2018
- 4.Port of Southampton to lose call by Maersk/MSC Asia-Europe service
- 5.Maersk still weighs in as the world's largest container shipping line
- 1. Andy Lane on Japanese carriers may need to rationalise merged box fleet as new ships arrive
- 2. Freight logistics on Expansion continues in the Middle East for Crane Worldwide Logistics
- 3. Alex Lennane on Asia-Europe box carriers pessimistic over post-Chinese New Year demand
- 4. Andy Gillespie on Asia-Europe box carriers pessimistic over post-Chinese New Year demand
- 5. Stefan on Maersk and IBM launch blockchain joint-venture to 'reshape global supply chains'