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A LEBLANC

Patrol Vessel | Flag: Canada

A MAX

Bulk Carrier | Flag: Marshall Islands | Port: MAJURO

A.H. GIORGIO P.

Supply Vessel/Anchor Handling/Tug | Flag: Brazil | Port: RIO DE JANEIRO

AASLI

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Gibraltar | Port: GIBRALTAR

AASVIK

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Gibraltar | Port: GIBRALTAR

ABAN ABRAHAM

Ship-shaped Drilling Unit | Flag: Bahamas | Port: NASSAU

ABBAY WONZ

General Cargo (2 or more decks) | Flag: Ethiopia | Port: ADDIS ABABA

ABIGAIL N

Ore Carrier | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

ABJV 1

Barge | Flag: Denmark | Port: AALBORG

ABJV 2

Barge | Flag: Denmark | Port: AALBORG

ABJV 3

Barge | Flag: Denmark | Port: AALBORG

ABJV 4

Barge | Flag: Denmark | Port: AALBORG

ABO FPSO

Oil Production and Storage Unit | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

ABU DHABI-III

Tanker for Oil | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

ABYOT

General Cargo (2 or more decks) | Flag: Ethiopia | Port: ADDIS ABABA

ACACIA RUBRA

Tanker for Asphalt or Oil | Flag: Marshall Islands | Port: MAJURO

ACADIENNE GALE II

Stern Trawler | Flag: Canada | Port: HALIFAX, N.S

ACERGY SABIÁ

Tug | Flag: Brazil | Port: RIO DE JANEIRO

ACERGY VIKING

Multi Purpose Offshore Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: HAUGESUND

ACHIEVER

Tender | Flag: Denmark | Port: ESBJERG

Maritime News

Regulatory Growth Drives Search for Durable Lubricants

Regulatory Growth Drives Search for Durable Lubricants

an hour ago
Using HEPR solutions satisfies regulatory compliance, sustainability initiatives and performance demands.   There are numerous factors that are driving global environmental regulatory growth and the growth in renewable lubricant technologies, such as natural resource constraints, standardizing requirements due to globalization, public opinion and pressure, increase in climate change concerns, new technologies, new evidence from research and overall growing Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) concerns, and most recently the improvements in the durability of lubricants made from renewable technologies.

Maersk Unable to Process Orders after Cyber Attack

5 hours ago
Shipping giant A.P. Moller-Maersk, which handles one in seven containers shipped worldwide, is not able to process new orders after being hit by a global cyber attack, it told Reuters on Wednesday.   "Right now, at this hour, we're not able to take new orders," Maersk Line Chief Commercial Officer Vincent Clerc said in a telephone interview.   "Because of limited availability of some of our systems, we also have issues in processing orders that were taken just before it went down," he said.   He said Maersk had no precise timeline for when it expected its business to return to normal and said it was too early to assess the economic impact the cyber attack would have.
Earth, Wind & … Fire Protection

Earth, Wind & … Fire Protection

yesterday
Three years ago coatings giant Jotun was buying up real estate for U.S. market access and location savings. The effort to get closer to its shipping and offshore customer base is still underway with research aimed at protecting client assets in frontier areas like the arctic. An R&D expansion at Flixborough in the U.K. and in the Arctic archipelago of Spitsbergen aims to make active the fire response of passive surface treatments. There’s a need to address fires in enclosed steel workplaces plus high-temperature hydrocarbon fires.
Cyber Attack Hits 17 APM Container Terminals

Cyber Attack Hits 17 APM Container Terminals

yesterday
Seventeen shipping container terminals run by APM Terminals have been hacked, including two in Rotterdam and 15 in other parts of the world, Dutch broadcaster RTV Rijnmond reported on Wednesday. APM Terminals is a subsidiary of shipping giant Maersk , which has confirmed it is suffering from a cyber attack. APM's website was difficult to reach and phones at its headquarters in The Hague and offices in Rotterdam went unanswered. A spokeswoman for the company in Copenhagen confirmed its systems were "impacted" as part of Maersk's IT infrastructure. The RTV report said computers were infected by ransomware that encrypted their hard drives.
Melting Sea Ice: A Canary in the Coal Mine

Melting Sea Ice: A Canary in the Coal Mine

yesterday
The rapid loss of Arctic sea ice is a sentinel. Most of us will never venture into the Arctic, but it can and does provide us with a forewarning of impacts coming to our parts of the Earth – and some of the most significant impacts will directly affect the maritime industry.   In earlier times, coal miners were sometimes overcome by the buildup of odorless carbon monoxide gas. Some died as a consequence. Eventually it was realized that canaries were more susceptible to the gas than were humans. They would collapse in the presence of lower concentrations of carbon monoxide than the level necessary to have an impact on the miners.
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