As we know that near orange county of California, an underwater oil pipe line ruptured which resulted in around 3000 gallons of oil spill. As per the findings it is suspected that line could have been damaged by a ship anchor. In this case, USCG is boarding each ship in the vicinity (Plenty of them) and checking their records if any of the ship dropped or dragged anchor on the line and caused a damage to the same. Though some company ship name is circulating on social media, but there is no utmost proof that those ships were actually involved in this disaster. It will take some time for USCG to figure out and completely clear the picture, if there is any involvement of ships.
As per the various sources and news houses, DGCA has made the decision to keep international flights shut till 30th June. Government of India yesterday issued a documentation regarding opening of lockdown in India, famously named as ‘Unlock 1.0’ by the media houses. Soon after that DGCA, which is the prime body in India for […]
1st May is the World Labor Day or International workers day. So, International chamber of shipping has launched a campaign worldwide knows as #heroesatseashoutout. In this ICS is urging all ships to blow their horn on 12:00 local time in their respective ports, if it is safe to do so. Many companies have joined this […]
CMA CGM which is the third largest carrier in the world was featured in upcoming James Bond movie ‘NO TIME TO DIE’. The 25th number movie in the James Bond name is due to release this year in October. Two container ships of CMA CGM namely Fort Saint Georges and Fort de France were used […]