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SEAFARERS ARE KEY WORKERS - DAY OF THE SEAFARER 2020

Day of the Seafarer marks its 10th anniversary on 25 June 2020. More than 80 per cent of global trade is transported by ships and the COVID-19 pandemic has put seafarers on the frontline as they maintain the flow of vital goods...

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UN celebrates Seafarers’ day to commemorate their hard work and resilience during the world Pandemic

Seafarers’ day is celebrated on 25th June to remember the contribution of seafarers all around the world. This year the struggles of these workers have risen to a higher notch during the COVID-19...

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UK detains five ships to ensure the welfare of its crew members

The British port authorities, Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) detained five out of six vessels after a raid conducted on Friday morning due to deficiencies in the welfare of about 1500 crew members. These vessels are operated by the British...

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Expired contract of seafarers bring detention to a vessel in Australia

Australia detained a ship after it was found to have workers with expired contracts. These workers had not been repatriated to their home nations despite their expired contracts.
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Singapore relaxes Crew changes requirements

Since the lockdown Singapore has been conducting crew change with more than 6000 crew members. Singapore has now released a new circular introducing some changes in the requirements for crew replacement.

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Unsure about returning to the sea; Cruise Titan, Carnival

The world’s largest firm has reported uncertainty of returning to business due to its $4.4 billion loss in the second quarter, along with $2 billion impairment costs during the existing pandemic.
Carnival Corp’s loss per share is $3.30...

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Pope Francis expresses solidarity with distressed seafarers

Pope Francis released a video on Wednesday and expressed his support to all the seafarers stuck in the sea amidst the pandemic.
More than 2,00,000 workers have been constantly extending their contracts...

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Manning cost expected to inflate due to low supply of Officers

According to the latest Manning Annual Review and Forecast report published by global shipping consultancy Drewry, the low availability of Officers to crew merchant ships is due to the increased man-berth ratio leading ton rising costs...

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Canada, New Zealand made Crew changes easy

Covid-19 free New Zealand resume crew changes effectively along with Canada and Hong Kong. Canada now allowed seafarers to apply for their visa online.
Coronavirus made crew changes difficult and international travel restrictions...

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300,000 seafarers need flights for crew changes- UNCTAD

Around 300,000 seafarers will require International flights to enable crew changes staring mid- June 2020 according to an estimate by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD).

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Great Eastern ready to enter third party ship management

The Great Eastern Shipping is venturing into third- party ship management and chartering services. The company’s board has approved a proposal of these new ventures.
Commenting about this G. Shivakumar...

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MSC ROSA M damages crane in JNPT

Container ship MSC ROSA M reportedly severely damaged a gantry crane in JNPT on June 4. The crane buckled from its rail but did not collapse.

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Panama Authorities threaten to fine ships up to $ 10,000 for disabling positioning signals

Panama’s Maritime Authority threatened to impose sanctions on vessels if they deliberately deactivate, tamper or alter the operation of their tracking transponders, including withdrawing its flag...

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Special charted flight carries 64 Indian seafarers to Doha

As unlock 1.0 begins a charted flight carrying 64 Indian seafarers flew to Doha for the sign-on. After hectic demands from the shipping industry, the SpiceJet flight took off from Mumbai to Doha on Sunday.
Crews from Maersk Tankers, Synergy...

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Around 100 personnel of a fighter jet squadron taken off of USS Gerald Ford as a sailor tested positive for COVID-19

Around 100 personnel of a fighter jet squadron were made to leave the USS Gerald R Ford after one of the crew tested positive for COVID-19, the US Navy sources said.

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Chennai to Andaman Passenger Vessel sailed after a gap of 53 days

M.V Nicobar, the first passenger vessel after a gap of 53 days sailed from Chennai Port to Andaman yesterday with 87 number of passengers.
The weekly passenger service between Chennai and Andaman was suspended...

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Shipping Industry urges UN to persuade governments to act for the Seafarers

In a joint letter to António Guterres, the leaders of the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) and International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF), urged the Secretary-General to ensure...

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Two seafarers on board Hapag - Lloyd’s tested positive for COVID-19

Two crew members working on a container ship have been tested positive for COVID-19 in Durban, South Africa.
“As a safety measure, the local authorities have ordered the vessel to remain at anchorage for 14 days...

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US receives warning from Iran against any move on their shipment to Venezuela

Iranian Foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has warned the US Navy to avoid any sort of disruptions during the voyage of their shipment to Venezuela following the report of $45.5m worth of fuel...

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13 USS Roosevelt sailors who, apparently recovered from COVID-19 have now relapsed

The US Navy has reported that the 13 Sailors who were tested negative for the corona virus have now tested positive. The Crew carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt began operations on April 29th...

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Ships and vessels to be laid for the first time this decade due COVID-19 stress on the demand

The entire Maritime industry is gearing up to face the upcoming slack of demand for goods and travel which will halt passenger cruising temporarily as a result of the world pandemic COVID-19.

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Iranian container ship with a giant crack in the middle due to collision with another bulker

In the waters of Northern Indonesia, container ship Shahraz and Bulk carrier Samudra Shakti I collided with each other, wherein Shahraz sustained significant damage.

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Mexico faces high increase in crew arrests for drug smuggling

Alerts about false accusations on crews for drug smuggling in Mexico have been on the round among major shipping firms for quite some time. The arrests in Mexico seem to have a similar pattern of being detained immediately at arrival.

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The second Indian Navy ship with 202 people from Maldives reached Cochin

INS Magar under ‘Operation Samudra Setu’ reached Cochin today with 202 Indian. In this week this is the second Indian navy ship carrying Indian from Maldives.
Among the passengers are 91 from Kerala, 83 from Tamil Nadu and 28 belonging...

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UK Chamber of Shipping urges government to exempt seafarers from quarantine restrictions

Following the Prime Minister’s broadcast; the UK Chamber of Shipping is urging the UK government to exempt seafarers and maritime workers from any quarantine restriction.

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Japan Shipowners Propose Offshore airport for crew changes

Kansai international airport, located on an artificial island soon to become the hub of crew change if Japanese Government accepts a proposal from the local Shipowners.
COVID-19 has made crew change...

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Operation “Samudra Sethu” brings back 2000 Indian from Maldives to India

The Indian Navy’s warship INS Jalashwa has begun a full pledged preparation to bring back around 750 Indians from Maldives to Cochin. Passengers will be ferried to Male port to board the navy Ship.

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Industry and unions set out a 12- step solution to free seafarers

To assist governments to put in place coordinated procedures to facilitate the safe movement of seafarers, the International maritime Organization (IMO) yesterday issued a 12- step plan to 174 member states, providing them with...

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Norwegian Cruise Line warns of possible bankruptcy

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings warned that it may have to seek bankruptcy protection and said there is “substantial doubt “about the company’s ability to continue amid COVID-19 Pandemic.
The world’s third largest cruise company...

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Pirates Kidnapped 10 Seafarers

10 crew of a Panama registered ship kidnapped from approximately 178 nautical miles south- south east of Lagos. This would be the 7th incident such incident within the Nigerian water this year.
According to sources, an unknown number of armed pirates in a speed boat boarded...

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‘Seafarer Happiness = low’- latest survey indicates

“Seafarers are proud of their work, but feel unsupported during the COVID-19 Pandemic”, reveals London based The Missions to seafarers’ index report.
The index undertaken in association with the Shipowners’ club and Wallem Group...

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Spain permits Crew Changes

Spain orders implementation of crew changes in all ports. All seafarers irrespective of their nationality can sign on and off from any port now.
Now, Spain establishing seafarers as Key workers has paved the way for crew changes easily.

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Nearly 150,000 Sailors will be required on May 15

International chamber of Shipping (ICS) data reveals that the shipping industry will need around 150,000 seafarers by May 15.
Crew change due will approximately be 40,000 from Philippines, 20,000 from India, 15,000 from Ukraine and 10,000...

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COVID- 19 cannot be used to lower seafarers Salary: ITF

At a time when seafarers are keeping the world moving, COVID-19 cannot be used as an excuse to lower the wage and working conditions of the seafarers.
International Transport workers’ Federation (ITF) said in a statement that “...

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Angriya Cruise Ship is ready to ferry Indian Seafarers

Angriya, the first Indian domestic cruise ship is requested by the Government of India to keep its’ Cruise Ship ready for bringing back the stranded Indian seafarers.
Captain Nitin Dhond, the managing director of Angriya sea Eagle said that...

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Philippines Government demand to drop 14 days quarantine period for seafarers

Philippines Foreign Ministry has expressed its view that seafarers who have already completed quarantine during their long sea voyage should not be obliged to go for additional quarantine at shore.

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More seafarers’ repatriation expected at Indian Ports

Implementation of Standard operating Procedure (SOP) is paving way for more stranded Indian sailors to sign off from the Cruise vessels.
‘Ovation of the seas’ with nearly 1000 seafarers is likely to call at Indian ports...

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At least 40 US Navy vessels have COVID-19 positive cases

Nearly 40 US Navy ships on board have had Coronavirus cases. All these ships are being held in ports or yards.
The vessels names and other details are unavailable. The navy is not disclosing details of the ships impacted...

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91 Crew including Indian members in Costa Atlantica tested for COVID-19

Japan has confirmed 91 Costa Atlantica crew tested Positive for COVID-19. The ship is docked at Nagasaki and is undergoing repairs. The cruise vessel has total 623 crew members.
One crew is admitted in the hospital and...

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Indian Government issues guideline for Crew Change at Indian Ports

The Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) issued by Home Affairs Ministry paved way for Indian seafarers Crew change from Indian ports.
Shipping Minister Mansukh Lal Mandaviya said in a statement “Crew Change at sea...

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Airlines deny Customer Refund

Most of the UK Airlines refuse to refund the cancellation during COVID-19 pandemic due to fear of bankruptcy. Airlines are supposed to refund the cancelled tickets amount within 14 days.
Airlines such as British Airways and Easy Jet sources indicate its inabilities to repay...

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145 Indian crew 160 miles off Mumbai demand sign off

Indian crew at Marella Discovery request Government authorities to arrange a sign off at Mumbai port.
The Crew ship which is anchored at 160 miles off Mumbai is scheduled to leave for Europe by this Wednesday afternoon.

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Singapore Sembawang Shipyard, one of the 5 new identified hotspots

Sembawang shipyard in Singapore has been identified as a new cluster of COVID-19 infection. This is the second such cluster found in the ship repair sector. At least 7 people from Sembawang shipyard have been tested positive for COVID- 19...

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Container Vessel Master Killed by crews

A captain killed on board the spirit of Hamburg container ship in the port of Cartagena.
Mynanmar national Myo Tun Zaw, the ships’ master was killed by his crew, according to local media sources. Though social media...

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At least 21 Indian Navy Personnel tested for COVID-19 Virus

Over 21 Indian navy people have tested positive for COVID-19 today at Mumbai. All of them are working in INS Angre.
INS Angre is a shore based logistics and supply establishment of Western naval command. The affected personnel are...

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French Aircraft carrier 668 Crew test positive COVID-19

668 crews of “Charles De Gaulle” the French aircraft carrier tested positive of COVID- 19. The carrier has total 1767 people on board, according to France Health Ministry sources.
The Charles de Gaulle which can...

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Goan Seafarers’ wife on hunger strike arrested and released later

Wife of a Goa seafarer, Gina Pereira sat on hunger strike outside Goa Chief Ministers’ official residence. Supported by a group of seafarers’ family, protesters allege Government is giving empty promises to bring back stranded seafarers back to India.

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At least 160 Ruby Princess crew test COVID- 19 Positive

Ruby Princess currently at sea off the NSW coast, South of Sydney has at least 160 crew tested positive of coronavirus according to sources.
More than 1000 crew members are on board the Ruby Princess...

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Two Indian boats attacked by Pakistan

India today alleged that Pakistan attacked two of their boats off the coast of Gujarat.
Ministry of external affair MEA in a statement said, “Pakistani maritime forces carried this attack on fishing boats ‘Omkar’ and ‘Mahasagar’. One Indian fishermen injured in this incident.”

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11837 Indian seafarers stranded in 74 Cruise Ships, two dead

Indian maritime organizations have raised serious concern over more than 11837 Indian Seafarers from 74 Cruise ships being stranded in different parts of the world.
Coronavirus has crippled the shipping industry, and Indian seafarers are the worst victims of this pandemic.

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Good Friday Brings At least 1400 Filipino Seafarers to Home

More than 1400 seafarers repatriated during Coronavirus pandemic on the eve of Good Friday to Philippines. According to Govt. sources, all of them are kept under quarantine.
Filipino seafarers from USA, UK, Norway and Portugal reached back their home...

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Seafarers SOS to Goa CM

The Chief Minister of Goa Pramod Sawant has assured a delegation of seafarers that the state government is working closely with the Prime minister office and the Union Home and External Affairs Ministry to get the stranded seamen back home.
The seafarers are impressed upon the Chief Minister to implement and execute...

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COVID-19 impacts global container shipping lines

The outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic has impacted global shipping trade, over the past week the global container shipping lines have canceled more than 160 sailings as they try to maintain freight rates in the face of billions of dollars in potential losses driven by falling trade demand.

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Shipping bodies plead Group of 20 for Crew Free Movements

The international Chamber of Shipping Association and The international Transport Worker’s Federation have written a letter to Group of 20 authorities to arrange crew change facilities to keep the worldwide trade moving.
There are nearly 1.2 million seafarers...

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15,000 Among Indian Seafarers to be benefitted by Crowdfunding Campaign

Amid COVID-19, a charity crowdfunding campaign has been launched by International Maritime Organisations for developing world seafarers and their families impacted by the pandemic on Monday. This will benefit the 15,000 Indian Seafarers stranded on 500 cargo ships...

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UAE to ease restrictions on crew changes

The United Arab Emirates is gradually lifting the restrictions on crew changes enabling seafarers stuck in UAE to return to their homes.
The move is being announced in the wake of growing concerns for seafarers and their mental health as their transfer...

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Bulk carrier crew fears COVID - 19 seeks support from Human Rights Organization

The Marshall Islands-flagged bulk carrier crew members have raised safety concerns related to the continued offloading operations at Chittagong, Bangladesh.
According to a formal letter, addressed to UK-based charity Human Rights...

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Around 200 sailors of US aircraft carrier tested positive for COVID- 19

The U.S. aircraft carrier captain who is infected by the coronavirus is pleading with Navy officials for help to stem the spread of the disease aboard the ship, which is now docked in Guam.
In a memo obtained and published Tuesday by the San Francisco Chronicle...

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President of MSC Spain dies of Coronavirus

The President of MSC Cruises Spain Emiliano Gonzalez died due to Coronavirus today. He was 69 years old. Gonzalez named President of MSC Cruises in 2017.

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MAERSK ship crew tested Corona virus Positive

MAERSK container ship GJERTRUD crew have been found positive tested for Corona Virus . All the affected crew members have been hospitalized.
The container ship came from Hong Kong reached Ningo recently. It is not known how many crews have been under...

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Thousands of Crews forcefully stranded at ships worldwide

Corona virus made thousands of seafarers to stay in the ships even after their contract period expired. Most of them are not allowed to sign up from the ports and in case if allowed to leave, the crew is unable to reach their home countries.
“It is a really hard time for us,” said...

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5 ships, 100 foreigners to be quarantined for 14 days at the bay

Till April 7th the Bangladesh industries ministry had recently banned the import of scrap ships and have asked around 100 foreigners on five ships, anchored at the deep sea of Sandeep channel of the Bay of Bengal, to be in quarantine for 14 days.
In a circular, the ministry also said...

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Significant drop of dry-bulk deliveries from china imminent

There is a massive drop in the dry bulk vessel delivery only one dry bulk vessel of the planned 24 new buildings was delivered by Chinese shipbuilders in February 2020, according to the Maritime Strategies International (MSI) research and consultancy firm.

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Indian Seafarers to get Tax relief

There is good news for the Indian Seafarers. All the seafarers outside India for more than 183 days will get Tax relief as per the Finance Bill passed in the Parliament yesterday.
A seafarer working in a ship for more than 183 days outside the country will not be obliged to pay...

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Container lines get court stay against Customs decision on THC

The customs order had allowed the EXIM trade to pay the charges directly to terminals, bypassing lines.
A group of global container shipping lines operating from India has secured a court stay against a Customs Department decision allowing exporters...

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Chinese port imposes quarantine period on ships coming from virus-infected countries

Coronavirus impact is massive and now ships coming from coronavirus hit countries have to wait for 14 days before entering the port of Fuzhou in eastern China. Vessels arriving from Japan, South Korea, Iran, France, Germany, Spain...

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Crew changes suspended in Maersk

The widespread coronavirus outbreak has impacted container carriers as well and now Maersk has also suspended crew changes aboard its entire fleet of operated vessels until April 14.
According to Maersk, spokesperson, A.P. Moller, “With the continued spread of the COVID-19 pandemic...

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Corona bulk carrier hit by Covid-19

A South African dry bulk carrier with the name of Corona is hit by Covid-19 has quarantined its first cargo vessel, after one sailor contracted Covid-19 and another crewmember has gone into self-isolation.
The ship is being held off port limits outside of Cape Town, as well as a cruise ship, as it emerged...

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Covid-19 impact : 200 oilfield service firms could become bankrupt as coronavirus hits, Rystad says

The corona outbreak now has affected the European service market which was expected to stay largely flat this year from the 2019 level of $47 billion in Rystad’s pre-coronavirus estimates, is now facing a number of hurdles.

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Fifteen Countries cancelled Seafarers Sign off

India among 15 countries cancelled the seafarers sign off with immediate effect due to corona Virus. More countries are expected to follow the same.

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DG Shipping directs seafarers to self-quarantine for 14 days to avert Covid-19

The Director-General of Shipping has suggested seafarers to self-quarantine immediately on arrival in India for at least a period of 14 days for those who all have travelled to coronavirus infected regions overseas.

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Madurai get new ICD to aid trade from TN hinterlands

Maersk will get closer to its customers in the hinterland of Tamil Nadu with the Inland Container Depot in Madurai.
Steve Felder, Managing Director, Maersk, South Asia has in a release said that the ICD would help reduce the overall logistics cost by up to 30 percent...

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Mid-sea tragedy averted, 88 people rescued

On Saturday around 10:15 am 88 people including 4 children and 20 women on board a passenger boat were rescued as the vessel started sinking near Mandwa jetty. All passengers on the boat were rescued in the nick of time.
The boat from Ajanta Ferry Service...

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Canada prohibits large cruise ship arrival through July 1

“From April 2 through July 1 all the large cruise ships carrying more than 500 passengers will be prohibited at Canada’s ports, nationwide,” this was announced by the Canadian Minister of Transport, Marc Garneau on Friday. The ban will extend through the entire season for Canada's...

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Cargo ship carrying 1,500 tons of cement sank off Mexico Pacific coast

On the coast of Oaxaca, southern Mexican state on Pacific coast a general cargo ship DUBAN sank 13 nm which was carrying 1,500 tons of cement. The incident happened on 12th March while en route to Manzanillo.
12 crew members have been rescued...

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Covid-19: Mumbai port authorities hold Iranian cargo ship to disembark

Mumbai port authorities have stopped an Iranian cargo ship at the outer anchorage of JNPT since March 7th. Port authorities are dissuading crew on foreign cargo ships from disembarking in India.
According to JNPT officials, “We are holding cargo ships that have come to JNPT...

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Govt orders to delay supply to prevent spreading Covid-19

Port Health Organisation is taking precautions to prevent Coronavirus spread in India. The supplies of parts for cars, smartphones, televisions, and home appliances and some finished electronic items may be further delayed by a few days after the government ordered...

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Mumbai Port Trust shuts its door for cruise line till March 31, 2020

To stop the spread of Coronavirus now the Mumbai Port Trust has now closed its entry for international cruise liners. The move is in line with the Centre's restrictions to curb the spread of coronavirus. Industry experts have speculated that the decision will impact the growth of the cruise sector.

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COVID-19: 1,400 cruise-passenger denied permission to dock at Mangaluru

Around 1,400 international cruise-passengers have been stranded after their cruise ship, MSC Lirica was denied permission to dock at Mangalore port by the authorities of New Mangalore Port Trust (NMPT). Officials said that they were acting as per the directive of the Ministry...

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Pirates captivate chemical tanker off Benin

In the Gulf of Guinea off Western Africa, pirates boarded a greek chemical tanker carrying 22 crew members, it was reported.
According to sources, reports have indicated the 51,000-dwt Minerva Virgo was boarded by five to six pirates while the vessel was sailing near Cotonou city...

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Passenger dies after falling from Color Magic Cruiseferry

A passenger traveling via Cruiseferry has lost his life after falling overboard Color Line’s ship Color Magic off the Swedish coast.
The incident happened on March 4, 2020, in the waters off Stromstad on, according to the Swedish Maritime Administration.

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Coronavirus impacts $45 billion the cruise industry

Coronavirus outbreak as an impact all over the globe and now it's even affecting the cruise industry. Coronavirus has now pushed the $45 billion cruise line industry to cancel trips and reroute ships as it struggles to contain the impact of fearful travelers.

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Jaffna-Pondicherry ferry service to commence soon: MoS Shipping

Traveling to Sri Lanka via ferry will be possible soon. In a recent interview, Mansukh Mandaviya, MoS, Shipping in Madurai said that a ship ferry service between Jaffna, Sri Lanka to Pondicherry will be commenced soon.
Mansukh Mandaviya was on a temple...

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What if cargo-ship crew is infected by coronavirus?

Coronavirus is a global threat and if seafarers aboard commercial oceangoing cargo ships start to become infected, there’s major trouble ahead for the global transport network.
An outbreak among the crew members is not just beyond human cost...

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Coronavirus infects supply chain of Bangladesh

Coronavirus is strangling thousand to death and now it has started impacting the shipping industry. Bangladesh’s economy is affected and there is a drastic slowdown in the economy due to coronavirus. In February only two ships have arrived at Chittagong from China.

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‘Westerdam’ passengers disembark after being stranded at sea over coronavirus virus fears

Coronavirus has turned out to be a nightmare for thousands of passengers and crew members of the MS Westerdam cruise ship. The passengers and crew aboard a cruise ship, who were denied entry at several Asian ports in recent days...

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Indian Cabinet paves more jobs for Seafarers

The Union Cabinet approved the Model Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for unilateral and bilateral recognition of Certificates, in accordance to Regulation 1/10 of International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification, and Watchkeeping (STCW) for Seafarers, 1978.

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