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BLIZZARD

Supply Vessel/Tug | Flag: Netherlands | Port: AMSTERDAM

BLUSTER

Supply Vessel/Tug | Flag: Netherlands | Port: AMSTERDAM

BOULDER

Supply Vessel/Tug | Flag: Netherlands | Port: AMSTERDAM

Maritime News

Poulsson Reappointed as ICS Chairman

Poulsson Reappointed as ICS Chairman

an hour ago
The board of the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) reappointed Esben Poulsson, the current Chairman of ICS for a further two-year term.Having been at the helm of the shipping industry trade association since 2016, Poulsson has overseen ICS’s engagement with international bodies, national governments, and industry organisations on the key issues impacting international shipping. In the past year, under Poulsson’s leadership, ICS submitted, along with other industry partners, a proposal to IMO for the establishment of a $5 billion global R&D fund to accelerate the research and development of zero-carbon technologies.
Sweden Protests Russian Breach of Its Waters

Sweden Protests Russian Breach of Its Waters

5 minutes ago
Sweden has protested to Russia after two warships entered its territorial waters without permission, a defense department spokesman said on Wednesday, as Sweden agreed with two neighboring countries to deepen military cooperation.The spokesman said Sweden had called in Russian diplomatic representatives to protest the breach on September 14 by “two Russian corvettes which entered territorial waters near Gothenburg”.The Swedish military has also reported that a Danish military vessel entered Sweden’s territorial waters without permission on September 16.
US-China Trade War Shifts Asia’s Manufacturing Landscape -BIMCO

US-China Trade War Shifts Asia’s Manufacturing Landscape -BIMCO

an hour ago
The peak season for containerized exports from Asia to the U.S. is now underway with the COVID-19 pandemic and astoundingly high freight rates making it easy to forget the trade war which has now entered its third year. However, despite the disruption this year, the effects of the tariffs remain clear and the long-term shifts that were already occurring before the pandemic are unlikely to be reversed.One of the most obvious impacts is the shift in the Asian manufacturing landscape. Manufacturing of many goods now facing tariffs when imported by the U.S.. from China, has moved out of China for manufacturing in neighboring countries. One of the most obvious examples is U.S.
ABB to Power P&O's New Hybrid Ferries

ABB to Power P&O's New Hybrid Ferries

an hour ago
Swiss-based ABB said it has been awarded a contract from Guangzhou Shipyard International to supply electric, digital and connected solutions for two new vessels the Chinese shipyard is building for British operator P&O Ferries.The hybrid propulsion solution, using electric power from 8.8MWh batteries and diesel generators, will cut fuel consumption on P&O Ferries’ Dover-Calais route by 40%, ABB said. The batteries will provide full power for harbor maneuvering and stay in port and will prepare the vessels for a zero-emission future once more electric shore charging stations are available.Equipped with four Azipod propulsion units per vessel, each rated at 7.
Metal Shark Launches Expedition Yacht Portfolio

Metal Shark Launches Expedition Yacht Portfolio

25 minutes ago
U.S.-based shipbuilder Metal Shark has launched a 48-meter (158’) aluminum catamaran expedition yacht, the first in its newly introduced lineup of high-speed, long range catamaran expedition yachts.The new Metal Shark M48, named Magnet, is the first-ever private recreational yacht built by Metal Shark, a diversified builder of aluminum and steel vessels for military and commercial operators worldwide. In addition to the M48, the company’s Metal Shark Yachts portfolio includes the M30 (30 meters / 100’) and M70 (70 meters / 231’). Magnet is also notable for being built in the United States, constructed from start to finish at Metal Shark’s Franklin, La. shipyard.
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