Latest News for: Ship inspections


Drones to deliver medicine and shipping parts to vessels from Marina South

Straits Times 20 Apr 2021
Industry players on Tuesday (April 20) said this will be safer for workers as they will no longer have to climb steep stairs to deliver goods or conduct inspections on ships, be more efficient, and also make the industry's work more environmentally sustainable.

Space launched for drone tests, including deliveries to vessels offshore

Straits Times 20 Apr 2021
An area near Marina South Pier has now been designated as a space for maritime drone fliers to test their wares, including by delivering 3D-printed shipping parts to vessels docked near Singapore's shores ... Industry players said this is safer as workers will no longer have to climb steep stairs to deliver goods or conduct inspections on ships.

Korea, China to jointly crack down on illegal fishing

Korea Times 20 Apr 2021
In this photo from March 18, 2021, a Korea Coast Guard officer inspects a Chinese ship that was illegally fishing on Korea's eastern waters near Yeonpyeong Island of Incheon's Ongjin District.

Good Morning, Buffalo: A debate among doctors: Should schools fully reopen?

The Buffalo News 19 Apr 2021
COMPILED BY SHAWN CAMPBELL. April 19, 2021. Dr. Rebecca Schaffer, left, a child and adolescent psychiatrist, and Dr ... Gale Burstein ... “The Pet Food Institute says a number of things have brought on shortages of some pet foods, such as supply chain issues, slower inspections of goods, and delays in international shipping due to the pandemic,” WGRZ reports.

Egypt’s Suez Canal Authority denies media reports on reasons of EVER GIVEN accident

Egypt Today 18 Apr 2021
After it was freed on March 29, the ship was escorted to the Bitter Lakes for technical inspection, crew interrogation, and black box analysis.  ... Egypt has asked for 916 million in compensation for damages caused by the grounding of the ship, the salvage operation, and for loss of reputation.

‘We are ready to respond to anything’: USS Iwo Jima group’s sailors and Marines have ...

Stars and Stripes 18 Apr 2021
It’s also how the group’s sailors, as well as the Marines of the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit who deployed with them three weeks ago, get to other ships when they need to board, inspect and if necessary, seize illegal weapons ... Even live-fire practice is possible, off the ships’ flight decks, he said.

Ever Given ship manager opposes Egypt's seizure of vessel

Middle East Monitor 16 Apr 2021
According to the statement, the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) has conducted an extensive inspection of the vessel, including underwater inspections. Based on these inspections, the vessel has been declared suitable for onward passage to Port Said, where she will be assessed again before departing for Rotterdam, Netherlands ... ....

Ham imported from Canada recalled because of possible salmonella contamination

Penn Live 16 Apr 2021
Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Services ... 5, 2020. The ham was shipped to distributors in California and then distributed further from there. The recalled products are. ... The product subject to recall was determined by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) to be associated with the FSIS positive sample result.” ... READ MORE ... .

Egypt allows two members of Ever Given crew to leave country for emergency personal issues

Egypt Today 15 Apr 2021
The admiral affirmed that all logistical requirements for the ship's crew are provided through the shipping agency. All 25 members of the ship crew are Indians ... After it was freed on March 29, the ship was escorted to the Bitter Lakes for technical inspection, crew interrogation, and black box analysis. .

Deep Trouble: Battleship Sunk In World War I In Poison Leak Emergency

The Tennessee Tribune 15 Apr 2021
BREMERHAVEN, Germany — A heavily armed German Imperial Navy ship was sunk by a British Navy ship in the North Sea during World War I could be leaking toxic chemicals into the ocean and harming marine life ... Divers inspected the explosive remains of the ship and caught 50 flatfish, which were then frozen with liquid nitrogen.

Why Egypt seized cargo ship that blocked Suez Canal

Business Day Online 15 Apr 2021
Rabie said negotiations with the ship’s owner and insurers were taking longer than expected ... Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement, manager of the ship, said the American Bureau of Shipping has declared the Ever Given fit to sail after inspections and it plans to move it to Port Said at the north end of the canal and then to Rotterdam.

New Zealand to Phase Out Live Export by 2023

The Maritime Executive 15 Apr 2021
focused PSC inspection of livestock carrier ships entering New Zealand restricting stocking density on vessels to 90 percent of current limits increased requirements for voyage reporting, including daily veterinary reports during voyages a 20 percent reserve fodder requirement to ensure enough feed for unplanned delays during the voyage ... ....

Congress urges recall of pork EO

Manila Standard Today 15 Apr 2021
Cynthia Villar also took to task the National Meat Inspections Service (NMIS) for supposedly passing the responsibility of controlling the selling of pork online to local government units (LGUs) ... could help them in the shipping cost and biosecurity measures, among others.

CMU Biorobotics Lab unveils submersible snake-like robot

Pittsburgh Tribune Review 14 Apr 2021
The project aims to assist the Department of Defense with tasks like inspecting ships, submarines and underwater infrastructure for damage or routine maintenance, said Matt Fischer, the program manager at the ARM Institute working on the project. For the military to inspect a ...