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  • Bizarre cases of food poisoning on three...

    Three ships operating in different parts of the world are all reporting cases of food poisoning among their crew. At least two crew members have died while others have been transferred from their ships and hospitalized. It might be coincidental or an outbreak of the more common norovirus, a common gastrointestinal disease, but it rarely causes deaths.

     

  • Cargill and Maersk tankers launch new bunker...

    In an effort to enable more competitive and transparent pricing, Cargill and Maersk Tankers will combine their bunker volumes, and launch a new bunker procurement service for tramp shipping companies and trading houses. While the initial goal is to procure bunker fuel for Cargill and Maersk Tankers’ combined fleet, the service which launches April is also aiming to attract additional customers. 

     

  • ONE Apus ready to resume service in mid-March...

    Two months into the recovery efforts after possibly the worst container collapse in the history of the industry, ONE is reporting continued progress with the efforts to discharge containers from the ONE Apus. In its latest update to customers, the container network estimates that the vessel will be available to depart Kobe, Japan in mid-March.

     

  • Maersk says automatic engine shutdown led to...

    Maersk provided additional details related to the causes of the incident aboard its vessel the Maersk Eindhoven and the initial recovery plan. The 13,100 TEU vessel is seeking a port of refuge after having suffered a brief power failure that led up to the loss of containers overboard in the Pacific Ocean east of Japan.

     

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Cargill and Maersk tankers launch new bunker procurement service

In an effort to enable more competitive and transparent pricing, Cargill and Maersk Tankers will combine their bunker volumes, and launch a new bunker procurement service for tramp shipping companies and trading houses. While the initial goal is to procure bunker fuel for Cargill and Maersk Tankers’ combined fleet, the service which launches April is also aiming to attract additional customers. 

 
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Bizarre cases of food poisoning on three different ships

Three ships operating in different parts of the world are all reporting cases of food poisoning among their crew. At least two crew members have died while others have been transferred from their ships and hospitalized. It might be coincidental or an outbreak of the more common norovirus, a common gastrointestinal disease, but it rarely causes deaths.

 
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