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16 December

Our Clients: Seaspan Enters Newbuild Containership Order For Five 12,200 TEU Containerships

Seaspan Corporation (“Seaspan”), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Atlas Corp. (“Atlas”), announced that it has entered into purchase orders to build five high-quality 12,200 TEU containerships. Upon completion and delivery, all five vessels will commence long-term charters with a leading global liner company and are subject to vessel purchase obligations at the conclusion of the charters. […]

14 December

VACANCIES FOR EXPERIENCED MASTERS

04 December

Important: Enclosed Space Hazard Entry Awareness

Presenting your respect visually about entering into a closed primitive https://www.facebook.com/seaspan.univis.ukraine/videos/658461441238906/

01 December

Enabling the smart ship – the future of shipping

While speaking at the first 2019 SAFETY4SEA Conference in London, Dana Jongens, Safety Services Manager, Inmarsat Maritime focused on smart ships, the future of the maritime industry and the adoption of IoT that will enable the transfer of data from ship to shore.  

27 November

BRM: Avoiding the single point of failure

The fundamental principal in Bridge Resource Management (BRM) is that vessel navigation and operation is not one-man show. BRM makes use of all available resources onboard (equipment, information, human resource) to ensure the safe completion of vessel’s voyage. Likewise in all operating systems, the navigation and handling of vessel should be protected by a single […]

23 November

Technologies that will change the future of shipping

Not long ago, UNCTAD published its traditional annual review of the maritime industry Review of Maritime Transport 2018, which contains in-depth internal analysis of shipping over the past year and a fairly accurate forecast for the next few years. According to experts, the shipping industry shows good results. In 2017, the increase was 4%, and the […]

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