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Wednesday, 01 April 2020
Vitol acquires Sinanju Tankers in move into Singapore bunker market
 
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Wednesday, 01 April 2020
Parker, Henderson team to keep green shipping in the frame
 
Themes like carbon emissions have become overwhelmed by the chaos of a coronavirus world...
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Wednesday, 01 April 2020
AIBN investigation: Lack of securing devices on hatch covers leads to crew’s death
 
Accidents Investigation Board Norway released its report regarding the 10 September 2018 incident, when a crew member died in an occupational accident on board Rohav LLUZ in Bergsfjorden, Senja municipality.
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Wednesday, 01 April 2020
AIBN investigation: Exposure to lethal gas levels contributes to fisherman’s death
 
Accident Investigation Board Norway released its report on a 10 June 2018 incident, when a crew member died on board the factory trawler Nordstar in connection with preparations for cleaning a silage tank.
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Wednesday, 01 April 2020
New industry’s 3D printing project launched
 
3D printing of metallic components has significant potential for maritime and offshore industry applications. In this context, the online procurement firm in marine equipment, ShipParts.com, has signed a research collaboration agreement with Singapore’s Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP), and the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) with the aim to prove standards for the certification of metallic components produced by NYP’s Additive Manufacturing Innovation Centre (AMIC) for maritime application. 
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Wednesday, 01 April 2020
WTO, FAO, WHO urge food trade to keep flowing
 
The heads of the World Trade Organization (WTO), the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Health Organization (WHO) called governments to minimize the impact of COVID-19 related border restrictions on trade in food. 
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Wednesday, 01 April 2020
Japanese warship and Chinese fishing boat collide
 
A collision took place on March 30 in the East China Sea, east of Zhoushan, Zhejiang Province, involving a Chinese fishing boat and a Japanese warship.
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Wednesday, 01 April 2020
US to address COVID-19 supply chain impacts
 
The US Federal Maritime Commission issued an order authorizing Commissioner Rebecca Dye to identify operational solutions to cargo delivery system challenges related to COVID-19.
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Wednesday, 01 April 2020
IMO provides guidance for the facilitation of maritime trade during COVID-19
 
After the G20 Leaders’ Summit on COVID-19, the IMO has issued a preliminary list of recommendations for Governments and relevant National Authorities on the facilitation of maritime trade during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Wednesday, 01 April 2020
Wharfies refuse to unload ship due to COVID-19 concerns
 
The Victorian branch of the Maritime Union of Australia have refused to unload a cargo vessel in Melbourne, due to health and safety claims. This decision made Shipping Australia condemn the action.
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