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79 Pct of Ships Sold for Scrap in Q1 Ended Up in South Asia

Out of 239 end-of-life ships sold for breaking in the first quarter of 2016 a total of 79 per cent of ships ended ...

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EU Develops Standard for Sustainable Ship Recycling

The European Commission (EC) has published a technical guidance for ship recycling facilities that want to be ...

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Two Sides to Every Story

Positive results from Dutch ship owners while global shipbreaking industry still slow to react The NGO Shipbreaking ...

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Guards Fire at Bangladeshi Shipbreaking Workers

Private security personnel of Kabir Steel shipbreaking yard, located north of Bangladesh’s major port city, ...

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NGO Shipbreaking Platform Slams Maersk's Shipbreaking Plans

 The NGO Shipbreaking Platform and Transport and Environment (T&E) have criticized Maersk Group’s ...

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Ship Owners Still Prefer South Asian Shipbreaking Practices

Ignoring industry leaders and human rights and environmental organisations, ship owners continue to profit from ...

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Three German Vessels Land on South Asian Breaking Beaches

German ship owner Norddeutsche Vermögen Holding GmbH & Co and its subsidiary Norddeutsche Reederei Schuldt, a ...

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Bangladeshi Ship-Breaking Yard Claims Another Victim

A worker died at a Bangladeshi ship-breaking yard in Sitakunda Upazila in the Chittagong District, in the morning ...

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Italian Shipping Trio Urged to Stop Beaching Ships

Italian shipping companies Grimaldi Group, Ignazio Messina and Vittorio Bogazzi & Figli are facing ...

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Gas Cylinder Blast Kills Three Ship Breakers in Chittagong

Three men died on October 20 after a gas cylinder they were cutting at a Chittagong shipbreaking yard in Bangladesh ...

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Matson Agrees to Stop Beaching Its Ships

New York-listed shipping company Matson, Inc. (MATX) agreed to prohibit scrapping its vessels on the beaches of ...

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Bangladesh Yard Blast Death Toll Rises to Four

Four workers have died following a gas cylinder explosion in a shipbreaking yard in Chittagong, Bangladesh and the ...

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3 Workers Succumb to Injuries from Bangladesh Yard Blast

Three workers out of eight who were injured in a blast on Sunday at a shipbreaking yard, owned by Shital ...

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Polsteam Urged to Stop Beaching Its Ships

Polish government-owned shipping company Polsteam is facing fierce criticism from European environmental ...

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Norwegian Shipowners Say NO to Beaching

Norwegian Shipowners Association has said NO to hazardous beaching of ships, thus becoming the first country to ...

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Over Half of Ships Scrapped in South Asia

Out of 213 vessels sold for breaking during the second quarter of 2015, more than half -136 ships- ended their ...

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Owners Prefer Substandard Asian Shipbreaking Yards

Out of 262 vessels sold for breaking during the first quarter of 2015, more than half (151 ships) ended up on ...

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Indian Shipbreaking Workers in Dire Conditions

The working and living conditions at the shipbreaking yards of Alang, India, remain alarmingly poor, argues a new ...

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