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AIS Vessel Type: Tug
Gross Tonnage: 370
Deadweight: 200 t
Length Overall x Breadth Extreme: 35m × 10m
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The Shipping Tribune is pleased to announce that Capt. Sanjeev Buckshee will be addressing the professionals of shipping industry at “India Maritime Summit 2015-Emerging Opportunities in the Indian Shipping and Port Sector.” February 6th, 2015 at Holiday Inn, Andheri (E). Capt. Sanjeev Buckshee is serving as Chief Operating Officer; SIVA Bulk is a master mariner with over 18 years of sea going experience. His sea career began with Ratnakar Shipping and flourished in highly reputed companies like Teekay Shipping and Ugland. He hung his sailing boots, when he accepted the position of Marine Manager with Qatar Navigation in Doha.
Returning to India with Great Eastern Shipping, he also worked with Samson Freight and Al Khaleej Sugar as head of chartering before joining the SIVA Group in 2008. Here, he set up Crossbridge Shipping which was later renamed SIVA Bulk. Siva Bulk since then has grown to enormous heights. Since it kicked off, the company has expanded its business to South Africa, the Middle East, Red Sea Area, Black Sea, Med Sea, and Baltic region, China, Far East, South East Asia and Australia and has now achieved a pan-world presence.
The Shipping Tribune is organising “India Maritime Summit 2015- Emerging Opportunities In Indian shipping and Ports Sector” – A one day conference on February 6th, 2015 at Holiday Inn, Andheri (East), Mumbai.
The following prominent personalities from Shipping & Maritime industry have consented to Chair the Session/Speak at the Conference:
Mr. Sabyasachi Hajara, Chairman, Maritime Awareness Program Society, Ex-Chairman and Managing Director of The Shipping Corporation of India.
Capt. Sunil Thapar, Director, Bulk Carrier & Tanker Division. The Shipping Corporation of India Ltd
Mr. Sudesh Kamath, Managing Director, Odfjell
Capt. Dinesh Gautama, President, M/s Navkar Corporation Ltd.
Capt. Sanjeev Buckshee, Chief Operating Officer, Siva Bulk
Capt. Ashok Shrivastava, C.E.O, Shipping Services, Allcargo Shipping Company Pvt. Ltd.
Mr. Nigel Bell, Managing Director, Bell Shipping Ltd.
Mr. Vijay Handa, Senior Vice President, Reliance Industries Ltd.
Mr. Rajeev Kumar, Senior Manager- Chartering, Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd.
Mr. N Bhupesh Chowdary, Vice President, Business Development, Adani Ports and SEZ Ltd.
Shri. K P Roy, Senior Consultant, GTT, Expert in LNG.
Mr. Ashwin Shanker, Advocate & Arbitrator, The Chambers of George A. Rebello
Mr. Giorgio Saletti, Area Manager (South East Asia), RINA
Mr. T V Shanbag, Ex Chief Controller of Chartering, Govt of India
Introduction & Objective
The emerging -global economy has opened up new avenues in all the sectors in general and maritime sector in particular. Policy makers in the government are aware that in a trade-driven, globalised world, ports play a massive role in a nation’s overall economic development.
Mr. Narendra Modi, the honorable prime minister of India has predicted that not only the centre of economic activities would shift from the west to the east, but India would emerge the world’s third largest economy by 2030 after China and USA with an estimated GDP of 15 trillion dollars. Mr. Modi feels that to be a global entity, Indian ports would have to be competitive and global in standards.
Also as per reports, India can save up to Rs. 26,000 Cr by 2016-17 if we can increase the share of coastal shipping in total traffic carriage thereby reducing the burden on other modes of transport. For which there is a need to encourage coastal shipping as a viable mode of bulk freight transportation as it has just about three percent of shares in carrying regional traffic. India’s seaborne trade, mainly consisting of POL, Coal, Iron Ore, Fertilizers, Containers etc. is mainly carried foreign tonnage. Can the Indian ship-owners increase their share in the carriage of cargo from and to Indian Ports?
Where are the emerging opportunities in Indian Shipping and Port Sector? Is the industry ready to tap on these opportunities?
With the above perspective in view and to explore if we are geared to grab the opportunities, The Shipping Tribune is pleased to announce a one day conference on 6th Feb 2015, Holiday Inn, Andheri (East) Mumbai.
The conference discussions are extremely useful to Port and Terminal operators, Ship owners, Ship Managers, operators, charterers, cargo interests, brokers, traders, agents, ship services, suppliers, bunker suppliers, financial institutions, insurance and law firms, media, national and regional authorities, Private Maritime Security Companies.
DELEGATE REGISTRATION FEES:
Rs 9,500 per delegate + 12.36% service tax.
Limited sponsorship opportunities are available to organizations who would like to enhance their visibility at the event.
For Further details, please contact:
Capt. Virendra N Mishra
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Type: CRUDE OIL TANKER
Gross Tonnage: 164359
The bodies of two crew members of the Norwegian cargo ship which sank off the
coast of southern Vietnam have been identified as the captain and deputy
captain, state media reported on Monday.
The Thanh Nien (Young People) said the bodies of Captain Ronel Acueza Andrin
and deputy captain Jerome Maquilang Dincy were brought to southern province of
Ba Ria Vung Tau yesterday.
Their ship, the Bulk Jupiter, sank with 19 Philippino crew members on Friday en
route from Malaysia to China, and Vietnamese rescuers aided by commercial ships
passing through the area continued to search for the others, according to
Vietnamese authorities and the Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs.
The ship’s chief cook, Angelito Capindo Rojas, is the only known survivor.
Rojas told officials that he had no idea what happened with the ship.
“I don’t understand why the ship had the accident and sank,” he was quoted as
saying “I just knew that the ship, which was on its way, suddenly tilted. I
just had time to put on life vest and jump into the sea.”
Thanh Nien quoted Nguyen Anh Vu, general director of Vietnam’s maritime search
and rescue operations coordination center, as saying the search operation was
hampered by bad weather.
The ship owner, Bergen-based Gearbulk, said the vessel was 287 kilometres off
Vietnam with a cargo of bauxite when it sent a distress signal that was picked
up by the Japanese coast guard.
The Philippine Foreign Affairs said the 190-meter long, 56,000-ton ship sank
off the coast of Vung Tau, which is 96 kilometres from the southern commercial
hub of Ho Chi Minh City.
Vessels from Liberia, Oman, Singapore and China were helping in the search, the
Philippine Foreign Affairs office said.
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Salvage experts are attempting to stabilise a cargo ship grounded in the Solent before 50 mile an hour winds are expected to batter the stricken vessel on Wednesday. The Hoegh Osaka vehicle carrier, which has at least £35 million of high end cars on board, was deliberately grounded on Bramble Bank, between
Southampton and the Isle of Wight, on Saturday night in order to prevent it capsizing after it listed dangerously. Salvors boarded the 51,000 ton vessel on Monday morning and are now assessing “how to make sure it’s going to be as stable as possible” to survive the forecast winds, the Maritime & Coastguard Agency said. The ship was listing at an angle of 52 degrees as of Sunday night.
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AIS Type: Bulk Carrier, MMSI: 636015430, Gross Tonnage: 37215, Deadweight: 62145 t, IMO: 9514822, Length × Breadth: 207.5m × 32m