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Montreal port employers reveal details of offer rejected by dockers

  By Leo Ryan In what is believed to be an unprecedented move, the Maritime Employers Association publicly disclosed, in a full-page ad in The Montreal Gazette and La Presse+ today,  the details of its offer for a new collective agreement that was overwhelmingly rejected on March 21 by the Port of Montreal’s longshoremen. The vote

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World’s fastest electric ferry set to launch in Stockholm

  The first of a new breed of electric ships will soon launch in Stockholm. The foiling Candela P-30 is the world’s fastest electric ship, as well as the most energy efficient ferry ever. Set to commence traffic in 2023, it will shuttle passengers to and from the archipelago at high speeds, without wake, noise

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Wallenius Wilhelmsen to reactivate last three laid-up vessels

  Oslo – Wallenius Wilhelmsen has decided to reactivate the last three of its vessels that were placed in cold layup last spring due to the COVID19 pandemic. Reactivation will take place in Q3, and the intention is that reactivated vessels will replace capacity sourced through short term charters. Earlier this year Wallenius Wilhelmsen decided

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The Suez Canal continues to be blocked in both directions

  For those wondering why it is taking so much time to dislodge the Ever Given, this topographic map from shows the dredged shipping lane is only about 2/3 of the channel on the Western side. Seems like 1/3 of the ship is aground. The Suez Canal passage continues to be blocked in both directions

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NAPA, MOL, and ClassNK push on with navigational risk monitoring system

  Helsinki, Finland and Tokyo – NAPA, a maritime software, service and data analysis provider, alongside classification society, ClassNK, and Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL), announced that the software they have been collaborating on to intelligently monitor and mitigate grounding risks has been verified as successful in its proof-of-concept stage. Following the proof-of-concept stage, MOL,

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Ocean continues its momentum on the Canadian West Coast

  A fourth tug joins the Ocean fleet in Vancouver. Arriving by cargo ship, the Ocean Georgie Bain, a 24-meter compact tugboat, built in 2009 at Industries Océan Inc., joins the three Québec company tugs already present in the port of Vancouver since March 2020. It will be recalled that in view of this first

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