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German NGO Sea-Watch said on Friday it had rescued nearly 100 migrants in the Mediterranean overnight, many of whom were injured, some with severe “fuel burns” – chemical burns caused by exposure to gasoline mixed with seawater
Swiss-headquartered containerline Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) continues to snap up boxships in the secondhand market according to Alphaliner, acquiring eight vessels in the past three weeks as container shipping rates continue to surge.
Nord Stream 2 has picked a ship to finish laying sections of its pipeline under the Baltic Sea, a German agency overseeing the work said, indicating the Russian company has found a way to get around U.S. sanctions that have halted the project.
On Monday, the German military said Turkey prevented its forces from searching a ship in the Mediterranean bound for the Libyan port city of Misrata suspected of delivering arms. Turkey claims the ship was transporting “humanitarian aid”.
CDB Financial Leasing, the leasing unit of China Development Bank has announced the acquisition of six 60,000 dwt ultramax bulk carriers from German owner Oldendorff Carrier for a total price of $137.1m.
German cry technology specialist MECOTEC Group has stepped in today with a solution to the huge logistical roll out of a global vaccine, debuting a mobile hybrid container solution for Covid-19 vaccines.
Once engineers from the German propulsion company Voith are able to inspect her cycloidial drive system, the first-in-class Staff Sgt. Michael Ollis will be able to make her way up the East Coast and enter service in New York Harbor.
Russian pipe-laying vessel Akademik Cherskiy, expected to be used to finish the Moscow-led Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, is heading towards the German project hub of Mukran, Refinitiv Eikon data showed on Monday.
Intermarine, a U.S. shipping company specializing in heavy lift and breakbulk shipping in the Americas, is the latest part of the consolidation of the industry. SAL Heavy Lift of Germany recently acquired a majority stake in the company.
Saab has received an order from its German partner Diehl Defence for the RBS15 anti-ship missile for provision to the German Navy. The order value is approximately €160 million with deliveries between 2022 and 2026.