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10 hours ago by arnekiel

CMA CGM and PSA launch Phase 2 of container terminal joint venture in Singapore
The CMA CGM Group and PSA today kicked off the second phase of their container terminal joint venture in Singapore. The CMA CGM - PSA Lion Terminal (CPLT) started operations with two mega container berths at PSA Singapore’s Pasir Panjang Terminal 5 (PPT 5) that had an initial annual capacity of 2 million TEUs (twenty - foot equivalent units) in July 2016, the company said in its press release. With the addition of two more berths under Phase 2 of its development, CPLT is now equipped with a total operating capacity of 4 million TEUs. CPLT has achieved high service levels with an average Gross Berth Productivity of more than 160 moves per hour for the mega vessels since the beginning of 2017. Leveraging the industry - leading port infrastructure and technologies including the state - of - the - art yard automation at PSA’s newest PPT expansion, CPLT is well - primed to serve the mega vessels of CMA CGM and the affiliate shipping lines of the Group.

 Doha
10 hours ago by arnekiel

Kalmar delivers range of cargo-handling equipment to Hamad Port, Qatar
Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has received an order for twenty-one forklifts, five empty container handlers, and four reachstackers for the New Port Project (NPP) in Qatar. The order, which also includes training to serve port operations and equipment handling, was booked into the 2016 third quarter intake. Deliveries have started in the first quarter of 2017, the company said in its press release. On 19 June 2007, The State of Qatar began the development of NPP, one of the world's largest greenfield port developments. The QAR 27 Billion (USD 7.4 Billion) megaproject will span a 26.8 square kilometre area and is strategically located south of Doha. NPP includes a new port (Hamad Port), a new base for the Qatar Emiri Naval Forces and the Qatar Economic Zone 3. The brand new multi-use port began partial operations at the end of 2015 and is now in full operation after the opening of Container Terminal 1 in December 2016, providing a throughput capacity of two million TEUs per year. en.portnews.ru/ne...

 MOL Triumph  (Cargo Ship)
10 hours ago by arnekiel

MOL's first 20,170 TEU containership will commence its maiden voyage
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. today announced that the world's largest containership, MOL Triumph was delivered from Samsung Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. on March 27, 2017, the company said in its press release. MOL's newest vessel, the first of a fleet of six 20,000 TEU-class containerships for the company, was named MOL Triumph in a ceremony at SHI in South Korea on March 15, 2017. At 400 meters in length and 58.8 meters in width, MOL Triumph is currently the world's largest containership. With a capacity of 20,170 TEU, the vessel is the first 20,000 TEU-class containership deployed in THE Alliance's Asia to Europe trade via the FE2 service. MOL Triumph will set off on her maiden voyage from Xingang in April 2017 and will sail to Dalian, Qingdao, Shanghai, Ningbo, Hong Kong, Yantian and Singapore. She will then transit through the Suez Canal and continue on to Tangier, Southampton, Hamburg, Rotterdam and Le Havre. She will then call at Tangier and Jebel Ali on the way back to Asia.

 Dalian
10 hours ago by arnekiel

Dalian port to operate its crude oil wharf
Dalian Port Authority on 22 March confirmed that China’s largest crude oil wharf, with a total investment of CNY650 million (USD94.6 million) and capacity of 300,000 tonnes, has passed its official completion review.

 Onyx  (Other Ship)
11 hours ago by arnekiel

Towing Purple Beach to Aliaga
Sailed today - March 28 - with Purple Beach from Wilhelmshaven to Aliaga - Pictures at facebook: https://www.facebook.com/... and at https://www.facebook.com/...

 Purple Beach  (Cargo Ship)
11 hours ago by arnekiel

Now under tow to scrapyard in Turkey
Sailed today (March 28) from Wilhelmshaven under tow with ONYX IMO 9752400 bound for Aliaga - Pictures at facebook: https://www.facebook.com/...

 Petrolimex 14  (Tankship)
15 hours ago by Timsen

Tanker saved survivors of Hải Thành 26-sinking
On March 28, 2017, at midnight the Vietnamese flagged cargo m/v "Hải Thành 26", 1599 gt (IMO: 9611096), sank following a collision in the Vung Tau Sea, 44 nautical miles east of Vung Tau City in southern coastal Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province. The MRCC immediately asked the "Petrolimex 14" which was sailing some five nautical miles near the accident site, to proceed to the area. At the same time, the centre also informed the two other vessels "SAR 413" and "SAR 272"to support the SAR operation. The "Petrolimex 14" found a breeches-buoy with two crew members of the sunken ship on board. Both were rescued. One of them told that the other crew members of the "Hải Thành 26" had drifted away on another breeches-buoy. The "Petrolimex 14" and two vessels continued their search around until they found another breaches-buoy at about 8.10 a.m., but there was no one on board. The "Hải Thành 26" sank at midnight after colliding with a yet unidentifid ship. The ship with 11 crewmen and clinker on board was sailing from northern Hai Phong City to southern Can Tho City.

 Evans Mckeil  (Other Ship)
16 hours ago by Timsen

Barge towed by Evans McKeil sank in Picton Bay
On March 24, 2017, the 27-m-barge "Pitts Carillon" of the Galcon Marine sank in Picton Bay, Prince Edward County, about 60 kilometers SW of Kingston, which had been towed to the local terminal by the "Evans McKeil" the previous evening, coming from Toronto. In the morning the crew of the tug noticed the barge listing to one side and set up a pump in an attempt to right it. Marine Officials in Prince Edward County were reassuring residents that the partially submerged barge posed little risk to the environment. The bow of the "Pitts Carillon" was resting in shallow waters after it began taking on water. The McKeil Marine had chartered the vessel and was now taking responsibility for the salvage operation. The barge's stern remained afloat. The barge was stable, and the company developed a recovery plan which was reviewed by the Coast Guard and Transport Canada. They have assembled a team of experts and taken all necessary precautions to ensure utmost safety throughout the operation. The barge contained about 1,200 litres of diesel fuel and 100 litres of hydraulic fluid. The fuel tanks remained intact, but the company deployed a pollution boom around the barge as a precaution. Divers hired to inspect the barge have confirmed no pollutants have contaminated the bay. The county has taken all necessary precautions to protect the local drinking water system, and said a sufficient supply of drinking water exists in municipal reservoirs in the event that pollution was detected. Report with photo: www.cbc.ca/news/c...

 Nada Y  (Cargo Ship)
17 hours ago by BerndU

Beached
beached at Gadani 22.03.17

 Maria  (Tankship)
17 hours ago by BerndU

Beached
beached at Alang 21.03.17 Plot 169

 Chandi Prasad  (Cargo Ship)
17 hours ago by BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to Breakers 390 USD/TO

 MSC Claudia  (Cargo Ship)
17 hours ago by BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to Breakers 373 USD/TO

 Pirita  (Cargo Ship)
17 hours ago by BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to Breakers 365 USD/TO

 Ce Venture  (Tankship)
17 hours ago by BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to Breakers 390 USD/TO as is Singapore with about 230 tons bunkers ROB

 MV Nejla 1  (Cargo Ship)
17 hours ago by BerndU

scrapped
scrapped at Aliaga 07.09.11 picture:www.instagram.com...

 Seoul Gas  (Tankship)
17 hours ago by BerndU

arrived Jiangyin Scrapyard
arrived Chittagong anchorage 27.03.17

 Sun  (Cargo Ship)
17 hours ago by BerndU

arrived Chittagong anchorage
arrived Chittagong anchorage 28.03.17

 Midjur  (Cargo Ship)
17 hours ago by BerndU

arrived Gadani anchorage
arrived Gadani anchorage 28.03.17

 Maria II  (Cargo Ship)
17 hours ago by BerndU

Beached
beached at Gadani 28.03.17

 Lissy Schulte  (Cargo Ship)
18 hours ago by BerndU

arrived Gotnath anchorage
arrived Gotnath anchorage 28.03.17

 Yamak Junior  (Cargo Ship)
18 hours ago by BerndU

arrived Alang anchorage
arrived Alang anchorage 28.03.17

 Thorstream  (Cargo Ship)
18 hours ago by BerndU

Beached
beached at Alang 28.03.17 Plot 20

 Arina  (Cargo Ship)
18 hours ago by BerndU

Beached
beached at Alang 28.03.17 Plot V/2

 Sewol  (Passenger ship)
18 hours ago by Timsen

Human remains found at salvage site
South Korean salvage crews on March 27 found what was presumed to be the remains of one of the missing victims of the "Sewol" sinking. The remains were found on the deck of the semi-submersible "White Marlin". They consisted of six bones near a beam beneath the front side of the ferry. It wasn't immediately clear whether the bones, measuring from 4 to 18 centimeters (1.5 to 7 inches), belonged to one person or multiple people. DNA tests to identify the victims would take at least two to three weeks. Crews have also found shoes and other items that were presumed to have belonged to victims. It was presumed that the bones came out with the mud that spilled out from the ship's front. The crews suspended operations to empty the ferry of fuel and water after the bones were discovered at around 11:25 a.m. Officials from the National Forensic Service as well as the Coastguard and the health ministry have been dispatched to identify the remains, a process expected to take around two to three weeks. Once the wreck reaches a port in the city of Mokpo, investigators will spend about a month cleaning it and evaluating it for safety. They will then begin to search the vessel for the remains of the nine missing victims and look for clues that could further illuminate the cause of the sinking, which has been blamed on overloaded cargo, improper storage and other negligence. Report with photo: www.cbc.ca/news/w... www.idahostatesma...

 Symphony Sky  (Cargo Ship)
19 hours ago by Timsen

Grounding off Husum
Enroute from Husum, Sweden, to Motril the "Symphony Sky" ran aground off Husum in the afternoon of March 26, 2017. It had just loaded a cargo of paper at the local plan Husumfabrik and got stuck on the way out of the bay short after leaving port at 2.30 p.m. with a crew of 11 from Russia, Ukraine and the Philippines nationality on board amidst strong wind. A miscalculation could have led the ship onto a shallow only 500 meters from the port. Three ballast tanks were breached and took in water. On March 28, an inspector from Transport Agency was exected on site. The launch "Pilot 752 Se" was alongside the casulaty in the morning. The Swedish Coast Guard launched a surveillance aircraft from Skavska to make further assessments. Swedish report with photos: www.allehanda.se/...

 Kv Njord  (Coast Guard Ship)
19 hours ago by Timsen

Joint rescue operation for grounded fisherman
The "Njord" and the "Idar Ulstein“ were involved in an SAR operation in the night of March 26, 2017. Short past midnight the skipper of a fishing vessel of 26 ft raised alert as he drifted aground in a storm in southern Hitra. Due to wrong coordinated the lifeboat arrived on scene in the Ramsøy Sound only at 3 a.m. The casualty was lying on its side on rocks at forsnes. The "Idar Ulstein“ launched a rescue runner to recover the fisherman from Kristiansund safely. When the "Njord" approached the site in the morning hours, the fishing vessel had submerged with the rising tide. It was refloated with air balloons and pulled to a yard ashore. Reports and photos: www.adressa.no/ny... www.hitra-froya.n... https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7-uw8EW0AAU8qx.jpg https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7-uw8EXQAE4Hks.jpg https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7-uw8EW0AEcs2s.jpg https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7-uw8DW4AITt0C.jpg

 Ronald H. Brown  (Other Ship)
20 hours ago by arnekiel

NOAA ship returns to Charleston after longest voyage ever
NOAA's largest oceanographic research vessel returned home to Charleston Monday after an impressive 1,347-day trip that involved research near Alaska, Antarctica, off the West Coast and of course, in the Atlantic Ocean. Over the course of the multi-year voyage, the ship traveled nearly 130,000 miles. About 60 people were on the ship welcomed home with a special ceremony Monday. abcnews4.com/news...

 Lady Philomena  (Cargo Ship)
20 hours ago by arnekiel

3 Arrested After Narcotics Sting Uncovers 47 Kilos Of Cocaine On Cargo Ship
MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Three people are behind bars and 47 kilos of cocaine are in the hands of authorities following a narcotics sting on the Miami River Saturday. According to the arrest reports of Jihmy Jean-Pierre, Franz Mompremier and Emanuel Reginald, Miami-Dade detectives, going off of a tip, had been staking out the 160-foot Lady Philomena while it was docked at the Miami Shipping Terminal along the Miami River. miami.cbslocal.co...

20 hours ago by arnekiel

Basrah Oil Terminal Berth 1 damaged by VLCC tanker collision
Berth 1 at Basrah Oil Terminal has been out of action since 10 pm local time Friday, March 24, when it was hit by a Japanese-owned VLCC.




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