Amongst the losses covered in the new US$2 million investment in insurance coverage at Port Tampa Bay, one stands out as ‘new’ – Cyber-liability.
Captain Francesco Schettino has suggested that an electrical blackout was at fault for the sinking of the Costa Concordia.
In preparation for this year’s International Port Security event, SMi has released an in-depth interview with Commander David Philips, Port of London Authority’s chief harbour master.
Governments and maritime representatives, co-ordinated by the International Shipping Federation (ISF) and the International Transport Worker’s Federation (ITF) held a meeting in order to amend certain details regarding the Marine Labour Convention...
DP World has organised a high level meeting of public and private sector experts on Somalia in order to eliminate the threat of piracy at the source.
Leading freight transport insurer, TT Club has carried out a mass analysis finding that a number of insurance claims can be prevented or reduced, by sensible risk management.
US Naval forces have returned a rogue vessel after it was loaded with crude oil at a militia-occupied port and evaded capture by the Libyan navy.
The newly formed Crimean independent parliament has announced a bill whereby all Ukrainian ports located on the peninsula are now directly under their control.
Netherlands based TBA is proud to be the main sponsor for the 4th International Conference on Logistics and Maritime Systems, held in Rotterdam from 27-29 August 2014.
Maritime solutions group Transas and navigation satellite system solutions provider Orolia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to jointly develop solutions that integrate the latest in Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) and Search and Rescue...
Tensions are reaching breaking point on the eastern coast of Libya after a North Korean vessel attempted to leave the militant occupied dock of Es-Sider this weekend.
An investigation as to the cause of a serious collision at a terminal in Vancouver that resulted in extensive damages to the facility and loss of cargo has been put down to miscommunication and a lack of safety planning.