The Dutch Public Prosector (OM) suspects Jumbo Shipping of violating the European Waste Shipment Regulation (EWSR). It concerns two ships that were scrapped in Turkey in 2014 and 2015. Jumbo now faces fines, but the company says it does not identify with the...
Circular Maritime Technologies (CMT) introduces a revolutionary and future-proof circular process for the shipbreaking industry. At the CMT yard, no humans are put at risk as the ships will be taken out of the water and dismantled by a fully mechanised and automated...
The Icelandic District Prosecutor has searched the Eimskip offices in Iceland looking for documents relating to the sale of the vessels Goðafoss and Laxfoss in 2019. The investigation is to determine whether ship scrapping regulations have been breached. Eimskip...
In addition to the current discussion on reducing CO2 emissions, perhaps the most controversial issue in the shipping industry is that of scrapping ships. SWZ|Maritime’s July/August special gives you the ins and outs of ship recycling, from recycling methods and...
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