Alliance partner Ocean Network Express (ONE) has declared General Average on Hapag-Lloyd containership Yantian Express (IMO 9229831), which suffered a container fire on 3 January in the North Atlantic while en route to Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is now heading for Freeport in the Bahamas under the control of salvors Smit.
Only a fifth of delegates at HFW’s third annual P&I week, held last October at the legal firm’s London offices, felt that their businesses were nearly or fully prepared preparedness for the emergence of Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships (MASS) technology.
Swedish Club has received 28 reports concerning engine room fires over the past 10 years. When compared with other Hull and Machinery (H&M) claims the frequency of engine room fires was low, but the average cost when they did occur was among the highest – averaging $1.85m per occurrence – compared with $320,000 for H&M claims in general.
In response to the introduction of a 0.5% m/m global cap on the sulphur content of fuel oil on January 1st 2020, Britannia Club has published a new Focus: “Prevention Of Pollution From Ships – Emission Standards”.
Cyber threats are constantly evolving which requires a regular review of all cyber related processes on board ships to allow for successful protection against cyber attacks. We are pleased to announce that today various maritime industry organisations published a revised third version of the “Guidelines on Cyber Security onboard Ships”.
Senior stakeholders believe that the global maritime industry is not prepared to deal with major issues that are likely to impact it over the next ten years. This is according to the Global Maritime Issues Monitor 2018, published today by the Global Maritime Forum, global insurance broker and risk adviser Marsh, and the International Union of Marine Insurance (IUMI).