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Fire breaks out on another Grimaldi ship

Livorno - Eight months after the fire that led to the sinking of the “Grande America”, flames break out again on a Ro-Ro cargo ship from the same Italian shipowner. This time, the fire has been extinguished.

shipping

Trafigura begins exporting Russian bitumen

London - Trading house Trafigura has exported the first bulk cargo of bitumen from Russia in years under a deal that it says can help the country improve the quality of its refined products ahead of new, global regulations on marine fuel

shipping

Cargo ship runs aground in Corsica

Rhone - General cargo ship Rhodanus ran aground on southern coast of Corsica near Bonifacio, at around two on Oct 13th, while en route from Taranto Italy to Rhone France

insurance

UnipolSai bets on renewables

Bologna - Italian insurance group Unipol increases its commitment on the renewable energy sector and creates Unipolsai Energia, it is announced from company’s headquarter. Up to 2018, Unipol has invested 326 million euros in funds and investments to implement the UN 2030 agenda for sustainable development

insurance

ANIA insurers hold 15% of Italian public debt

Rome - The insurance industry gives a “still significant support” for Italian public debt, noted the president of ANIA (the National Association of Italian Insurers) Maria Bianca Farina, specifying in the report to the annual meeting that government Italian bonds touch around 40% of total insurance companies investments

shipowners

China prepared for long trade fight with the US

Washington - The United States has underestimated the Chinese people’s will to fight a trade war and Beijing is prepared for a long economic battle, an influential Chinese Communist Party journal said on Sunday.

shipowners

Shipping industry, fire safety is not a joke / ANALYSIS

Genoa - During one of my last third party inspections onboard a passenger ferry sailing daily on a two hours route, I pointed out some critical issues like a number of portable extinguishers smaller than what established by the Fire Plan.

casualties

IMB: global piracy drops by 42% in Q1 2019

London - The first quarter of 2019 saw fewer incidents of piracy and armed robbery against ships, compared to the first three months of 2018, a report shows, According to the report issued by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) International Maritime Bureau’s (IMB)

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Viking Sky lost engines due low level of lubricating oil

Oslo - The engines of a luxury cruise ship that narrowly escaped disaster during a storm off Norway on Saturday failed because of relatively low levels of lubricating oil in the engines, the Norwegian Maritime Authority said on Wednesday.