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Three ships boarded by pirates in Singapore Strait on one day
Three ships were attacked by pirates in the Singapore Strait on Dec 20, 2019. At 05.32 a.m. the 'Jian Fa',was in the Singapore Strait bound for China, was boarded by an unknown number of perpetrators. At a7 a.m. the ship informed Singapore VTIS that a search on board the ship was conducted and there was no sighting of the perpetrators. Nothing was stolen. All crew were safe and the ship resumed her voyage. At 11.25 p.m. the 'Jag Lalit', underway in the Singapore Strait bound for Kaoshiung, was boarded by six perpetrators armed with knives. The 4th Engineer was punched in the face. The chief engineer sustained bruises on the neck and had a gold chain stolen from him. Upon the ship's arrival in Singapore, the Singapore Police Coast Guard boarded the ships for investigation and verified that all crew are safe. At 11.38 p.m. the 'Akij Globe' was underway in the Singapore Strait when five armed perpetrators were sighted in the engine room. The alarm was raised and upon hearing the alarm, the perpetrators confronted three crew members in the engine room. The perpetrators escaped with stolen engine and generator spares in a boat. The Singapore Police Coast Guard boarded the ship upon arrival at Singapore anchorage. All crew members were safe.
Simon Schulte delivers largest sugar cargo ever to Domino plant
Monday's arrival of the vessel Simon Schulte marked the largest single shipment of raw sugar ever to any port east of the Mississippi River, Domino officials said. It will take 16 days to unload the cargo. "It's the largest shipment that's ever come through here," said Kelly DeAngelo, process manager for American Sugar Refining Inc., Domino's parent company, which refines the Domino brand in Baltimore, New York, Louisiana, California and Europe. "Keeping stocked with sugar is critical." Read more at http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/breaking/bs-bz-domino-sugar-ship-20120409,0,6243234.storyNews schreiben