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  • Odebrecht Group Convicted for Slavery-Like Practices September 2, 2015
    A Brazilian labor court convicted units of Brazil's Odebrecht Group of holding workers in conditions akin to slavery at an ethanol refinery construction project in Angola, Brazilian prosecutors said in a statement on Tuesday. Judge Carlos Albert …
  • Shipping Emergency Game Draws Criticism September 1, 2015
    A new computer game called Ship Emergency Simulator, and hailed as the world's first maritime career simulator, is expected to be on sale ready for Christmas 2016.  The problem? It’s development is costing U.K taxpayers £75,000 ($114,000). New r …
  • Obama Pushes for More Icebreakers September 1, 2015
    On Tuesday, U.S. President Barack Obama proposed a faster timetable for buying a new heavy icebreaker for the U.S. Arctic, where quickly melting sea ice has spurred more maritime traffic and the United States has fallen far behind Russian resources. …
  • Torture Ship Sparks Protests September 1, 2015
    About 60 people gathered in London on August 29 to protest the arrival of La Esmeralda. The vessel is a Chilean naval ship used during General Augusto Pinochet’s dictatorship as a torture and interrogation center. The ship docked in London’s Canary W …
  • Islamic State Vessel Arrested September 1, 2015
    The Greek Coast Guard has intercepted a foreign-flagged cargo ship near Crete that is believed to be transporting weapons and explosives to Islamic State. Reports indicate that the weapons are linked to an ISIS-affiliated militant group in Libya. The …
  • Royal Navy Unveils Furturistic Warship Concept September 1, 2015
    A group of British naval engineers have released design concepts for the Royal Navy’s warship of the future. Dubbed the Dreadnought 2050, the concept art depicts a vessel with an acrylic hull that is nearly invisible to the naked eye. The Royal Navy …
  • China Regulates Marine Pollution Too September 1, 2015
    The Chinese Ministry of Transport has released new guidelines to curb ship and port pollution. By 2020, China hopes to reduce sulfur and nitrogen oxide emissions in the Pearl River Delta, Yangtze River and Bohai Rim by 65, 20 and 40 percent, respecti …
  • Samsung Gobbles Competitors September 1, 2015
    Samsung Heavy Industries has signed a deal to take over management of financially troubled Sungdong Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering. The agreement is for four years with an option for three additional years. Samsung will take over Sungdong’s pu …
  • Ships Collide in Bosphorus Strait September 1, 2015
    The M/T Paros Wind collided with the M/V CS Jaden on August 31 in the Black Sea. The collision occurred about eight miles from the entrance to the Bosphorus Strait. The CS Jaden was transporting wheat from Istanbul to Egypt’s Port Said. The Paros Win …
  • Crowds Fading in San Francisco Bay September 1, 2015
    San Francisco Bay’s back log of container ships is fading. The Port reported no vessels at anchor waiting for berths at its five marine terminals. It was the sixth straight day of no waiting after a summer-long buildup of ships in the Bay.  “The vess …
  • Report Details Plunge in Cost of Renewable Energy September 1, 2015
    The cost of producing electricity from renewable sources like wind and solar has been falling for several years. Now, a new report provides, in detail, the contrasting costs for different power generation technologies around the world and shows that …
  • Rotterdam to Build Indonesian Port September 1, 2015
    The Port of Rotterdam Authority has signed a partnership agreement with the Indonesian Port Corporation Pelindo I in Medan, North Sumatra, for the development of the new deep sea port Kuala Tanjung.  The port authority will now carry out a feasibilit …
  • Vietnam War Remembered September 1, 2015
    Sailors and Marines packed the aft mess decks on board the U.S. aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt on Saturday to honor and remember fellow service members, past and present, during a ceremony for the 50th anniversary of the Gulf of Tonkin resol …
  • Refugees from Extremism, What about Climate Change? August 31, 2015
    “You think migration is a challenge to Europe today because of extremism. Wait until you see what happens when there’s an absence of water, an absence of food or one tribe fighting against another for mere survival.” These are the words of John Kerry …
  • 99 Percent of Seabirds to Eat Plastic by 2050 August 31, 2015
    Based on an analysis of published studies since the early 1960s, a team of researchers predict that plastic ingestion will affect 99 per cent of the world’s seabird species by 2050. The researchers from Australian research organization CSIRO and Impe …

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  • Salt Ship Design To Design New 'Voyager' September 1, 2015
    Voyager Fishing Company Ltd i Kilkeel, Northern Irland, has ordered a new trawler / purse seiner based on a design from Salt Ship Design. The new fishing vessel will be built at Karstensens Skipsværft AS in Skagen, Denmark. The 86,4 metres fishing ve …
  • Intellian Products Signal Success September 1, 2015
    Intellian is the leading global provider of stabilized marine satellite antenna systems, the critical hardware component of maritime satellite communications. The South Korean-headquartered company is the industry’s fastest growing satellite antenna …
  • Total Lubmarine Resumes Full Services at Tianjin September 1, 2015
    Total Lubmarine has resumed all services based out of the Port of Tianjin and experienced only minor disruption as a result of explosions that occurred at the port on 12 August. The warehouse used by Total Lubmarine was unaffected by the explosions a …
  • Tideworks Technology Launches Forecast Mobile Lite at Conley Terminal September 1, 2015
    Tideworks Technology® Inc., a full-service provider of comprehensive terminal management and planning software solutions, today announced the first deployment of Forecast Mobile Lite at Conley Terminal in the Port of Boston, which is owned and operat …
  • Stena Bulk's IMOIIMAX Tanker Stena Imperial Named in Savannah September 1, 2015
    Yesterday the chemical and product tanker Stena Imperial was named in Savannah, Georgia. The Stena Imperial is a 50,000 DWT MR tanker based on the IMOIIMAX concept, owned by a joint venture of which Stena Bulk and Indonesian Golden Agri Resources (GA …
  • Drilling Down Into Risk Management September 1, 2015
    Afloat or ashore, we cannot eliminate risk, but it can be sensibly managed to a tolerable level. The role of the human element in the management of risk is the theme of Issue No.39 of the International Maritime Human Element Bulletin Alert! It begins …
  • ACR Electronics Opens Distribution Center in Europe September 1, 2015
    Global leader in safety and survival technologies, ACR Electronics, Inc., a Drew Marine Company, announces the opening of their new European distribution center in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.  ACR is now able to expeditiously serve European customers …
  • Polymer Ideal for Countless Workboat Applications September 1, 2015
    Workboats are built for a wide range of purposes. But, they all share the need for trouble-free bushings and bearings. Vesconite offers a line of low-friction, long-lived polymers that thrive in a dirty, marine environment. The company's flagshi …
  • Philippines Launches Special Edition of ICS Training Record Books September 1, 2015
    In co-operation with the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), the Filipino Shipowners Association (FSA) and the Maritime Industry Authority of the Philippines (MARINA) have launched a special new Philippines edition of the widely used ICS/ISF Tra …
  • New Appointments at BMT Designers & Planners September 1, 2015
    BMT Designers & Planners, a subsidiary of BMT Group, the leading international maritime design, engineering and risk management consultancy, has announced the appointments of Albert Graves as Financial Controller and Greg Jose as Marketing Manage …
  • IMO Issues ECDIS Good Practice Guidance September 1, 2015
    IMO’s Maritime Safety Committee, at its ninety-fifth session in June 2015, approved the publication of a circular MSC.1/Circ.1503 ECDIS – Guidance for Good Practice addressing the carriage and use of Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems ( …
  • Recruitment Issues to Be Discussed At 2015 Seatrade Offshore Marine & Work Boat September 1, 2015
    Lack of well-qualified seagoing & shore-based personnel to be debated at 2015 Seatrade Offshore Marine & Work Boats conference as investment into the human experts identify shortfall in maritime industry element falls short of commitment to f …
  • Britain and the Sea Conference to Examine International Trade September 1, 2015
    Leading maritime experts and senior members of the Royal Navy will be exploring the balance between commercial opportunity, security and defense in a globalized trading economy. Hear the evidence, share the insights and judge the arguments at the Bri …
  • Dacon Implements Industry Leading 5-Year Warranty September 1, 2015
    Following 30 years of supplying the most demanding customers in the offshore industry, Dacon have now implemented 5-year warranty as a standard on all their man overboard rescue nets. For some time now, Dacon have operated with this warranty on the m …
  • Sailors' Society Urges the Industry to Signal Their Support for Seafarers September 1, 2015
    Sailors’ Society, one of the largest seafarer support charities, will celebrate the work of seafarers around the world on 24 September with its Signal Your Support event for World Maritime Day. World Maritime Day is a dedicated day in the last week o …

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