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BBB warns about work-from-home shipping scam

WCPO 20 Sep 2021
But the Better Business Bureau is warning about a slick shipping scam that won't pay like it promises and could even get you into trouble with the law ... During her job hunting on Indeed.com, Career Builder, and LinkedIn, she spotted a shipping company that claimed it was based in Northern Kentucky ... In others, she did not know what she was re-shipping.
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Scotland take on Zimbabwe in exciting series decider

Sify 19 Sep 2021
Zimbabwe's bowling had a resounding impact on which way the result swung in the second T20I. Richard Ngarava with a spell of 4-1-13-2 was awarded the Player of the Match ... Craig Ervine (30) and Sean Williams joined forces to steady the ship with a 71-run stand. Williams went about his business astutely and registered his sixth T20I half-century ... --IANS.
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Elon Musk says Starlink internet service will leave beta in October

Engadget 18 Sep 2021
Planned expansions are so far limited to Mexico and Japan, but SpaceX has registered subsidiaries in countries like the Philippines and South Africa ... SpaceX said it had shipped 100,000 Starlink terminals as of late August, but that number is likely to swell as the beta label ...
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Compliance Guardians

The Maritime Executive 18 Sep 2021
"The core function of a ship registry is to ensure compliance with national and international regulations and conventions applicable to ships registered in their country,” explains Nick Sansom, Chief Business Development Officer of the Bermuda Shipping and Maritime Authority ... Ship Register (UKSR), part of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency.
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World's second largest tall ship visits Plymouth Sound

BBC News 17 Sep 2021
The world's second largest tall ship has arrived in Plymouth after being granted permission by the city's Lord Mayor ... The vessel was due to go to Falmouth for Falmouth Tall Ships 2021, but the event was cancelled. A commodore arranged for the ship to moor in Plymouth while it had "nowhere else to go".
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Clean maritime competition winners announced

The Engineer 17 Sep 2021
Carnival UK, Southampton University, Shell and Lloyd’s Register will explore feasibility of using fuel cell technology company Ceres’ solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) tech to replace diesel generators for the provision of cruise ship hotel power load while in port.
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China reveals largest ever drop in monthly steel output as struggling property developers roil markets

Splash24/7 17 Sep 2021
More worrying signals coming out of China as August registers the biggest YoY drop in steel output ever in absolute terms.#drybulk #shipping pic.twitter.com/1pHz4l0gBj— Nick Ristic (@ristic_nick) September 16, 2021.
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Decarbonisation and shipping - setting the stage for COP26

Seatrade Maritime News 16 Sep 2021
Decarbonisation was top of the agenda at London International Shipping Week, with an eye to shipping’s place at COP26 in Glasgow ... UK calls for zero emissions from global shipping by 2050 ... Nick Brown Chief Executive, Lloyd’s Register agreed that the results of over 200 various tests and projects underway need to be shared.
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Hurtigruten Names New Hybrid Ship at Arctic Port of Svalbard

The Maritime Executive 15 Sep 2021
On Tuesday, Hurtigruten Expeditions celebrated 125 years of operation with the naming of a hybrid battery-powered ship at the location where its expedition cruising began in 1896 ... Named after a famed Norwegian polar explorer, it is the first cruise ship ever to be registered in Longyearbyen, Svalbard.
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U.S. Shipowners Back Jones Act Penalties in ASC "Canadian Rail" Case

The Maritime Executive 15 Sep 2021
ASC and its logistics affiliate Alaska Reefer Management (ARM) have access to a 100-foot-long "railway" in New Brunswick, Canada, which they use as part of a foreign-flag shipping route between two U.S ... This so-called "Third Proviso" allows foreign-flag ships to carry cargo in U.S.
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Maritime Leaders Convene to Tackle Industry Challenges at LISW

The Maritime Executive 14 Sep 2021
In a new report launched ahead of the London event, Lloyd’s Register contends that the transition to zero-carbon shipping will be among the most significant developments in the sector’s history, with investments made today preventing future supply chain interruptions.
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Samsung Workers Protest Shutdown of Ningbo Shipyard

Caixin Online 14 Sep 2021
Since 2019, the South Korean government has laid out plans to revive the country’s shipbuilding and shipping industries ... shipping market ... The company embarked a year ago on moving ship block manufacturing back to South Korea, according to an analyst at Lloyd's Register of Shipping.
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Tall ships, pirates and cannon battles didn’t disappoint at the 37th annual Maritime Festival

Orange County Register 13 Sep 2021
The festival, a nod to maritime history and the lore of life on tall ships, took place without the institute’s two iconic tall ships – the Pilgrim and the Spirit of Dana Point ... (Photo by Mindy Schauer, Orange County Register/SCNG) ... (Photo by Mindy Schauer, Orange County Register/SCNG) ... (Photo by Mindy Schauer, Orange County Register/SCNG).
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