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5 May 2021
Royal Navy ship delivers vaccine to world’s most remote location

Despite inclement weather, the Royal Navy ship HMS Forth delivered a shipment of vaccines to one of the most remote settlements in the world –…

Appeal denied: Ever Given will not be released from the country until compensation is paid

An Ismailia court on Tuesday upheld a previous ruling barring Ever Given from leaving the country. The appeal was filed by UK Club, the insurance…

29 April 2021
No paperwork: MSC offers a new digital solution for online bill of lading processing

MSC’s press service announced that it is offering its customers a new digital solution for online bill of lading processing called eBL. It is now…

26 April 2021
Insurer Ever Given has filed an appeal with the Egyptian court over the detention of the vessel

Reuters news agency reports that UK Club, the insurer for the container ship Ever Given, which ran aground in the Suez Canal, said on Friday…

23 April 2021
Turkey’s first FSRU vessel arrives in Dortyol

Energy and Natural Resources Minister Fatih Donmez announced that the first FSRU Ertugrul Gazi has arrived in Turkey. It was named after the father of…

22 April 2021
A barge with a capacity of more than 5,000 tons was unloaded for the first time in the Izmail seaport

The press service of the USPA on its page in the social network Facebook announced that on April 20, at the berth of the production…

21 April 2021
ZHONG HUA FU QIANG ferry explodes in China

The news site Maritimebulletin reports that the ZHONG HUA FU QIANG ferry exploded in China on April 19. The explosion was followed by a fire….

20 April 2021
HOEGH PUSAN car carrier runs aground in the Marmara Sea, near Istanbul

The news portal Fleetmon reports that a car carrier HOEGH PUSAN (renamed MARGARET N in February 2021) ran aground at about 11:40 pm yesterday in…

19 April 2021
Negotiations drag out: Evergreen plans to unload Ever Given

As negotiations between the Suez Canal authorities and the owners, operators and insurers of the container ship Ever Given drag on, Evergreen is considering ways…

15 April 2021
Big order: Hapag Lloyd to buy $ 550 million of containers

For several months now, Hapag Lloyd has been struggling to meet the demand for containers. It recently announced that it is placing one of the…

14 April 2021
Nautilus International proposes the establishment of an International Seafarer Vaccination Center in the UK

Nautilus International and the UK Chamber of Shipping have called on Maritime Minister Robert Corts, MP, to support the creating of an international seafarer vaccination…

13 April 2021
The Port of Rotterdam has developed a digital overview of arrival times to deal with the aftermath of the Suez Crisis

Many ships were detained due to the congestion in the Suez Canal. Since the detained ships arrive in Rotterdam rather quickly, the timetable is constantly…

12 April 2021
CMA CGM Unveils Beirut Port Rehabilitation Plan for Three Years

French company CMA CGM has presented a plan to rehabilitate the port of Beirut within three years. The founding family of the company is from…

9 April 2021
More and more: CMA CGM Jacques Saade has a new record

News portal Splash247 reports that the CMA CGM Jacques Saade has set a new world record. The world’s largest LNG-fueled container ship departed Singapore for…

8 April 2021
Rescuers managed to connect the Eemslift Hendrika drifting off the coast of Norway with two tugs

Rescuers and the Norwegian Coast Guard fought hard yesterday against high winds and storms, and in the end they managed to cope and prevent the…

7 April 2021
The volume of container transshipment in the port of Odessa in March increased by 13% compared to last year

The administration of the Odessa port reported that according to the operational data of the economic service, the volume of container handling in the port…

Greece continues to “sell” ports, next in line is Heraklion

Greece continues to implement a privatization plan for ports. There are reports of a tender for the sale of a 67% stake in the Cretan…

6 April 2021
20% less: in the first quarter of 2021 Ukrainian seaports handled 32.6 million tons

The press service of the USPA reported that in the first quarter of this year, the seaports of Ukraine handled 32.6 million tons. “During January-March…

Video review of the 4th issue of the international magazine “Shipping”

We are ready to present you, dear readers, a new issue of our magazine “Shipping”! It turned out to be quite unusual, because we have prepared materials in three languages!

5 April 2021
Mutual recognition: now diplomas and certificates of Ukrainian sailors will be recognized in Qatar

The MIU press service reported that a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine and the Ministry of Transport and…