Latest Updates - Maritime Shipping - 17th January, 2022
Madrid Bridge Is Recently Diverted To Charleston In Order To Promptly Discharge The Damaged Containers
Ocean Network Express (more commonly referred to as the ONE) is a reputed Japan-based shipping organization that is headquartered in Singapore and focuses on container transportation across the globe. According to its current affairs, the organization has decided to divert the Madrid Bridge vessel to Charleston instead of its previous destination (New York) so that it can discharge the damaged containers. Following the unfortunate box loss incident that occurred a few days back in the Atlantic, the ONE has accounted for the loss of containers at 60 overboard and the count of damaged containers stands at 80. Once the vessel reaches Charleston, ONE will be in charge of supervising the containers, as well as discharging the affected ones.
PTC India Seals The Deal For Providing Power Management Services To The Mumbai Port Trust
PTC India has been successful in bagging a tender worth of 9 crores, which will enable it to offer the advanced power management services to the Mumbai Port Trust for a duration of 3 years. After participating in a highly competitive arena that featured major players in the industry, PTC India has finally emerged victorious and has been assigned the power management project in the near future. Earlier, the company has a strong portfolio of providing top-notch services to renowned ports like Deendayal Port, Jawaharlal Nehru Port, Mumbai Port and Paradip Port. It is also associated with the State Industrial Development Corporations of Andhra Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh regarding the distribution management services for their industrial regions, as well as SEZs.
Kerala Government Shares Plans Of Subsidizing Ro-Ro Vessels To Ferry Container-Laden Lorries
Kerala Government has recently proposed its upcoming plans of subsidizing roll-on and roll-off vessels to ferry container-laden lorries along the Willingdon Island- Bolgatty Island corridor. Keeping in mind that one of the two ro-ro vessels in the Willingdon Island - Bolgatty Island has been temporarily withdrawn from its usual services, the state government might soon plan on extending subsidies for the ro-ro service that will play an integral role in reducing the congestion in city roads.
Seacoast Shipping Looks Forward To Collaborating With Invade Agro Group For Improved Export & Import Services
Over the years, Seacoast Shipping Services Ltd. has carved out its special niche in the maritime arena by being a major company that offers single-window logistics services to both importers and exporters. Now, the company has decided to extend its cooperation for a joint venture with the well-known Invade Agro Group, which happens to have its foundation in Sub-Saharan Africa. The joint project will prove beneficial in not only boosting the fertilizer exports from India but also facilitating the import of pulses to the country.
Singapore Holds Its Position As The Top Maritime Hub In The World
Singapore has been successful in maintaining its spot as the top-rated maritime hub in the whole world as per the recent report published by the classification society called the DNV and Menon Economics. In fact, the Leading Maritime Cities (LMC) has launched its 2022 edition that highlights the fact that the flourishing maritime cities are focussing on advanced infrastructure, finance, technology, as well as showcasing world-class talent to encourage the global growth of the maritime community.