Uzbekistan sees Pakistani port of Gwadar as gateway for maritime cotton exports

[ad_1] Uzbekistan, one of the world’s largest cotton exporters, sent a high-level delegation earlier this week to the Chinese-owned port of Gwadar in Pakistan to seek logistics opportunities that could help it export. its cotton, the Global Times has learned. Analysts said the move highlights the potential strong demand from countries for an international public […]


Boaties asked to help with Māui dolphin sightings as marine survey continues

Delwyn Dickey / Stuff Māui are the rarest and smallest dolphins and are often spotted between Manukau Harbor and Waikato Harbour. Boaters enjoying the ocean off the west coast of Waikato are urged to report sightings of the Māui dolphin, as a survey to determine the population of the rare mammals continues. Māui dolphins are […]


Yesterday and Today’s Sea Rescue Celebrated with $ 1.4 Million Coast Guard Vessel

[ad_1] Coastguard Nelson has launched a new $ 1.4 million boat, the Hohapata – Sealord Rescue, combining a state-of-the-art rescue vessel with a celebration of historic sea rescue. The Hohapata – Sealord Rescue was launched on Saturday after a christening ceremony in which Ngāti Koata offered the name of their tÅ«puna, Hohapata Te Kahupuku, who […]


Approval recommended for the project to build 26 houses on the Coast Guard site at Steamer Point

[ad_1] The site of the new development at Steamer Point A DECISION on whether or not to grant permission for the controversial redevelopment of a former coastguard complex in Christchurch will be taken next week. BCP Councilthe planning committee will be asked to approve a mix of 26 houses and apartments on the Steamer Point […]


Clarksons predicts maritime trade volumes to exceed 2019 levels this year

[ad_1] While conceding that major uncertainties remain, Clarkson Research Services predicts that global maritime trade estimates for the year 2021 will not only be back to 2019 levels, but are well on their way to exceeding them. Clarksons predicts 4.2% growth this year, with maritime trade volumes reaching 12 billion tonnes, 0.5% above 2019 levels. […]


Coal trade by sea was hit hard in 2020

[ad_1] SThe maritime trade in coal was one of the biggest ‘losers’ in 2020, as total loadings declined significantly due to lower demand. In a recent weekly report, shipping broker Banchero Costa said that “2020 has turned out to be a really terrible year for the maritime coal trade. Total loadings in the 12 months […]


The Maritime Target Depot team demonstrates its contribution to preparedness

[ad_1] Department of Arms Sailors aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan launch an inflated target, Killer Tomato, to allow the ship’s large caliber team to fire at an active target. US Navy / Petty Officer 2nd Class Gary Prill PORT HUENEME, Calif .– The US Navy’s Seaborne Targets team from Program Executive Office […]


Navy orders high-bandwidth shipboard data communications SATCOM system from L3Harris for surface warfare vessels

SAN DIEGO- Military communications experts at L3Harris Technologies Inc. will provide the US Navy with high-bandwidth satellite communications (SATCOM) aboard surface warfare vessels under a new order announced last week. Naval Information Warfare Systems Command officials in San Diego request L3Harris in Palm Bay, Florida to provide production units of Commercial Broadband Satellite Program (CBSP) […]