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Maritime Security Market Report on Recent Adoption 2025 - Press Release

Maritime security is aimed at providing protection to ports, vessels, and the sophisticated infrastructure related to the shipping business against intentional damage through sabotage, subversion, or terrorism.This press release was orginally distributed by SBWireSan Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/19/2019 -- Global Maritime…

N10.8trn investments projected for maritime industry in 2019

The Nigerian maritime industry may be attracting investments worth USD30 billion (about N10.8 trillion) in 2019 financial year.Director-General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, Dr.

Maritime powers should curb piracy in West Africa | The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper

Worried by the lingering insecurity of ships and crew on the West African waters, international ship owners, under the auspice of Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO), have called for more collaboration with maritime powers to combat the lingering sea pirates in the Gulf of Guinea.BIMCO, in its latest report said maritime powers…

Remote Military Outpost will Help Indonesia Resist Chinese Maritime Expansion

TAIPEI  Indonesias new military base on a remote island chain near the embattled South China Sea will help it deter Chinese fishing boats and their coast guard escorts from entering territorial waters as Beijing expands its maritime claims.The Southeast Asian country, which has burned Chinese fishing boats in the past, opened its base last month in the Natuna Islands with more 1…

Jamoh Yusufs book: Panacea for maritime security challenges

By Prisca Sam-DuruHarnessing Nigerias Maritime Assets: Past, Present & Future  is a book written by Jamoh Bashir Yusuf (Ph.D) of the Centre For Logistics and Transport Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, School of Graduate Studies, University of Port Harcourt, Rivers State.The book which is scheduled for launch on August 28…

Examining contemporary issues on international maritime law | The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper

The 15th International Maritime Seminar for judges has concluded in Abuja with participants focusing on the applicability of international treaties on Nigerian maritime law.In view of the critical role played by treaties in international life, participants were of the view that states should domesticate their freely assumed obligations…

St Helena's cherished lifeline ship to return as anti-piracy armoury

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - The RMS St. Helena, Britain’s last working postal ship, was for nearly three decades the main source of contact between one of humanity’s remotest islands and the outside world. The Royal Mail Ship St Helena lies berthed in Cape Town harbour, South Africa April 17, 2018. REUTERS/Mike HutchingsNow the ship, cherished by the 4,500 residents of British-ruled St.

Somalia's Puntland region elects new president

One of Somalias semi-autonomous regions on Tuesday witnessed a peaceful transfer of power, following a hotly contested presidential election that ousted the incumbent Abdiweli Mohamed Ali Gaas in the first round of voting.Said Abdullahi Deni, who is likely to continue Puntlands close cooperation with the United States, defeated his closest rival, Asad Osman Abdullahi.

Maritime Counter-Terrorism Training In Viet Nam

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.Shailaja A. International Maritime Organization (IMO)  is assisting the Government of Viet Nam to implement international counter-terrorism measures involving the maritime sector.The training workshop is part of an on-going project with the UN Office on Drugs and Crime, which assists States’…

Security Threats and Countervailing Measures

Protection of the offshore oil and gas industry has been considered and debated for more than two decades. However, those earlier calls to enhance security arrangements for offshore oil and gas installations were generally seen as unwarranted. That perception changed after the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the United States.

AFP: Bulgaria Probes 'illegal Sale' of Libyan Tanker - Novinite.com

Prosecutors in Bulgaria on Friday opened an investigation into the alleged illegal sale of a Libyan oil tanker, after Libya ordered the seizure of Bulgarian ships entering its ports in retaliation, reported AFP."The regional prosecution in Burgas opened a probe against a private debt collection agent for (...) exceeding…

Cargill Inc. raises standards for ocean-shipping industry

Cargill Inc., known for its land-based agriculture, is also a dominant presence on the world’s waterways and is hoping to use its power position to clean up the ocean-shipping industry.The Minnetonka-based conglomerate recently committed to reducing its greenhouse-gas emissions at sea by 15 percent in the next two years…
Amphibious Land Craft Market in 360marketupdates.com

Amphibious Land Craft Market To Grow At A CAGR Of XXXX % During The Period 2018-2023 – Daily Updates

Report Titled on: Global (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa) Amphibious Land Craft Market 2018, Forecast to 2023 Amphibious Land Craft Market covers definition, classification, industry value, price, cost and gross profit. It also covers types, enterprises and applications. To start with, analytical view to complete information of Amphibious Land Craft.

Safety & Security In Shipping

Despite notable breakthroughs in technology and an overdue increase in conversations regarding safety at sea, the very nature of the marine industry means that risk is inevitable.Piracy remains a prominent concern in certain regions, for example, around the Gulf of Aden. According to statistical data provided by ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB)…

The curious case of the Namse Bangdzod: Mystery shrouds vessel's disappearance - National

The whereabouts of a 1,950-ton palm oil tanker that went missing off West Java on Dec. 28 remain unknown, with the National Search and Rescue Agency (Basarnas) and the Navy speculating on its disappearance. The Namse Bangdzod, carrying 1 million liters of crude palm oil (CPO), departed from Sampit, Central Kalimantan, on Dec.

FG Approves Procurement Of 12 Vessels, 3 Helicopters For NIMASA

Federal government has approved the procurement of 12 intervention vessels and 3 helicopters for the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) to fight piracy and other illegal activities on the countrys territorial waters.The Director General of NIMASA. Dr. Dakuku Peterside made this known in a statement to Vanguard in Abuja Thursday…

Hiccups of port development in 2018 (2) – Punch Newspapers

In this second part of the series on the need to develop ports outside Lagos to reduce the congestion in Apapa and Tin Can Island, Anna Okon focuses on Delta portsDelta portsIn April 2018, the Federal Executive Council approved $44.861m (N16.150bn) for the dredging of Escravos Bar, Warri Port.The dredging, according to the Managing Director…