Ian Millen

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2012-2013:Cost of Somali Piracy down by 50%. #Somalia #Piracy @eu_eeas @EUNAVFOR via @ferigom69 http://t.co/FGqPJ6QmFD

Australians foil Al-Qaeda drug plot

The 449 kilogram haul was found on a dhow, a type of sailing vessel, intercepted by HMAS Darwin while patrolling the Indian Ocean some 40 nautical …

posidonia

For half a century the Union of Greek Shipowners has been closely associated with Posidonia's growth to its leading position in the international …

IMO to discuss amendments to maritime safety standards - Ship Technology

The International Maritime Organisation’s (IMO) Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) is to adopt amendments to the International Convention for the Safety …

Lisbon takes over anti-piracy body

by TPN/Lusa, in Regional · 19-05-2014 08:51:00 · 0 Comments<p>Portugal has assumed the presidency of the judicial forum of the body that is fighting …

UK Maritime Security Strategy

The UK has just published a strategy document for Maritime Security.<p>Click <b>here</b> to access it in full.<p>Weighing in at just under 60 pages it is hardly a …

#tlawards #transport #logistics @Dryad_Maritime Dryad_Maritime COO Karen Jacques one of the finalists. Fingers x'd http://t.co/WLIoYNV5CP

African Union sets deadline for continent-wide maritime strategy

The African Union's (AU) deadline for securing the continent's territorial waters – the world's last major geographical region without a maritime strategy – has been set for 2050, a target that may prove untenable.<p>Without a comprehensive strategy to police, patrol and promote the maritime economy …

Maritime piracy: not so bad in 2013 | Financial Times

Piracy is one of the shipping industry’s biggest headaches. But it seems to be getting less severe. The number of reported incidents peaked in 2011, …