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  • In its weekly report for 20-26 October, ReCAAP ISC informed of three incidents against ships in Asia, all on board ships while they were underway in the eastbound lane of the Traffic Separation Scheme (TSS) in the Singapore Strait. With these three incidents, a total of 28 incidents have been reported in the SS since January 2020.

  • Two crew members died, one was injured and 184 more were rescued, after the offshore supply ship Dayang Topaz sank in waters off Miri, Malaysia, in the morning of Tuesday.

  • Multimodal transport is becoming more and more widely used due to its flexibility. In the meantime, the optimisation of multimodal solutions is constantly underway. The Netherlands, an important logistics country, makes much efforts on the research and practice of smart intermodal logistics. With rapidly developing smart technologies and platforms, cooperated with knowledgeable logistic practitioners, intermodal transport is developing in a smarter direction.

  • IMO forges ahead with development of new short-term measures to implement GHG strategy.

  • Western Australia has reported COVID-19 cases onboard another two vessels that are currently docked at Fremantle Port. What is more, New Zealand also finds itself dealing with cases of the virus onboard ships arriving in its ports.

  • The court-appointed manager for Ocean Tankers Pte Ltd has applied to the Singapore court to return most of the ships the company manages to the shipowners, as cash is running low and Ocean Tankers will not be able to maintain the fleet, two sources with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.

  • Tokyo-based Asahi Tanker Co., Ltd. has officially placed orders for two of the world’s first zero-emission electric-powered tankers, to be powered completely by large-capacity lithium ion batteries, the company announced.

  • Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corporation (Toshiba ESS) will collaborate with New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) on a multi-utility pure hydrogen fuel cell module for large modes of transport.

  • An Iranian-flagged oil tanker left Venezuela on Friday for Iran’s Kharg Island, Refinitiv Eikon data showed, after the vessel loaded 1.9 million barrels of heavy crude at the South American country’s Jose oil terminal.

  • The first direct train from China arrives in the port of Rotterdam tonight. It carries Chinese goods originating from Xi’an. After unloading, the train will be reloaded with goods from Ireland, and the train will return to China. This will all take place at the Rail Service Center Rotterdam.