Sustainability in the heavy lifting industry

Cost efficiency and sustainability, two topics that are frequently discussed in the offshore and maritime industry. There are many developments and innovations going on in this area.

Chinese Cargo Ship Sinks, 12 Crew Rescued

Chinese-flagged cargo ship Nan Hui 68 sank on July 23 near Huidong of Guangdong Province, east of Hong Kong taking ...

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11 Indian Crew Rescued from Sunken Ship

Eleven crew members of MV ITT Panther cargo ship were rescued after their ship sank some 200 nautical miles from ...

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Three Dead, Three Missing after Cargo Ship Sinks off Vietnam

General cargo ship VTB 26, carrying 4,700 tons of coal and 13 crew members on board capsized and sank on Monday, ...

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One Dies after Tanker Sinks in Arabian Sea

One crew member died following the sinking of a tanker in the Arabian Sea south of Oman, Combined Maritime Forces ...

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Update: Two Missing Crew Members of KM Avatar Found

Two seafarers which were reported missing following the sinking of the cargo ship KM Avatar in the Malacca Strait ...

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Ship Sinks off Malaysia, Two Missing

Two seafarers are believed to be missing after a cargo ship sank in the Malacca Strait in the morning hours of June ...

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Seven Missing after Ship Sinks in Black Sea

Up to 7 crewmembers remain missing after the Panama-flagged general cargo ship Geroi Arsenala sank in the Black sea ...

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Update: Growing Concern for 22 Missing Seafarers

There is little hope for the 22 missing crew members following the sinking of a South Korean very large ore carrier ...

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Report: South Korean Ship Sinks off Uruguay

A South Korean ship carrying 24 crew members went missing and is believed to have sunk in the South Atlantic, some ...

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Nine Missing after Ship Sinks off Vietnam

Nine seafarers remain missing after their general cargo vessel Hai Thanh 26 BIDV sank some 44 nautical mile off the ...

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North Korean Ship Sinks off China, 27 Crew Rescued

Twenty seven crew members were rescued from a North Korean general cargo ship identified as Kum San that sank on ...

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1 Dead, 6 Missing After 2 Cargo Ships Sink off Philippines

One crewman died and six have been reported as missing following the sinking of two cargo vessels off the ...

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NTSB to Open Docket for El Faro Sinking Investigation

The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) plans to open the docket for its investigation into the ...

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Turkish Cargo Ship Sinks off Cyprus

Turkish general cargo vessel Murat Hacibekiroglu II sank in the Mediterranean Sea, northwest of Cyprus, on Monday, ...

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Tanker Sinking after Collision off Japan

Two tankers, the Panama-flagged Eastern Phoenix and Japanese Keihin Maru 8, collided off Japan’s port of ...

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Sunken Boat Closes Channel at Port Arthur

The US Coast Guard closed the channel at Port Arthur, Texas, after a shrimp boat sank in the area on Monday ...

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One Dead After Philippine Motor Banca Sinks

One person died after a motor banca carrying 70 passengers sank at Magallanes Wharf, Agusan Del Norte, on June 11, ...

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El Faro Sinking Was an Accident, TOTE Executive Said

As the end of the second round of hearings into the loss of El Faro and its crew approaches, the U.S. Coast Guard ...

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Outdated Storm Forecast Sent to El Faro

The latest round of testimonies on the El Faro sinking revealed that the ill-fated vessel received outdated weather ...

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El Faro’s Ex-Captain Raises Ship Stability Issues

Former El Faro master, Capt. Jack Hern took the stand yesterday during the second day of the United States Coast ...

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New Mykonos Splits in Two, Sinks off Madagascar

Panamanian-flagged bulk carrier New Mykonos, which ran aground on January 29, south of Faux Cap, southern ...

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