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Q1 2017 Tsavliris activities

Q1 2017 Tsavliris activities
The Ecofaith On 27 February 2017, Tsavliris dispatched the salvage tug “MICHELE FOSS” (7,270 BHP – 110 TBP) from Seattle, USA, to the assistance of Bulk Carrier “ECOFAITH G.O.” (GT 44,647 – DWT 81,883). The vessel was immobilised due to intermediate shaft breakage, resulting in the shifting...
March 27th, 2017 | Charity, Events, Exhibitions, Food and Drink, Safety and Security, Salvage, Towage, Wreck Removals | Read More

Vinexpo & JF Hillbrand: a partnership that lasts

Vinexpo & JF Hillbrand: a partnership that lasts
Christophe BERNARD, CEO of JF Hillebrand Group After already two successful editions, Vinexpo Bordeaux 2015 and Vinexpo Hong Kong 2016, Vinexpo and JF Hillebrand pursue their partnership for Vinexpo Bordeaux 2017 from June 18th to 21st. MAINZ, 24th March 2017. Vinexpo and JF Hillebrand are both international...
March 24th, 2017 | Events, Conferences,Forums and Symposiums, Exhibitions, Food and Drink | Read More

Kallichoron gets Bronze at the Tourism Awards 2017

Kallichoron gets Bronze at the Tourism Awards 2017
Smiling faces; Maria Mavroudi and Carolina Alkalai Kallichoron Art Boutique Hotel is awarded at the Tourism Awards 2017 and receives the Bronze Award at the category “Personalized and tailor-made experiences” for its proposal “Turning the hotel accommodation to a unique experience”!...
March 21st, 2017 | Awards, Events, Food and Drink, Maritime Tourism, Tourism | Read More

Gourmet gathering for ABP employees

Gourmet gathering for ABP employees
Staff at the Immingham Container Terminal enjoy a well earned lunch provided by Vincere Hospitality (Image courtesy of ABP) Staff at both Immingham Bulk Park (IBP) and Immingham Container Terminal (ICT) started their shifts with a smile this week as ABP’s newly established Port Manager for Grimsby...
March 21st, 2017 | Events, Conferences,Forums and Symposiums, Food and Drink, HR, Ports & Terminals | Read More

Friend of the Sea new standard release introduces Sustainable Shipping recommendation for seafood companies

Friend of the Sea new standard release introduces Sustainable Shipping recommendation for seafood companies
… Seafood, like most food stuff, is shipped mainly by sea across the globe. The potential environmental impact of this important part of the production cycle is never taken in consideration by sustainability certification programs or seafood guides. Friend of the Sea has led the way by introducing...
March 13th, 2017 | Fishing Trawlers, Food and Drink, Markets | Read More

Propeller Club of Piraeus Ball Masque 2017

Propeller Club of Piraeus Ball Masque 2017
Propelling fun… The International Propeller Club of the U.S., International Port of Piraeus, threw its 2nd Masque Ball at Cinderella Disco in Kolonaki, Athens, on the 15th February 2017 with costume theme: “Mermaids in Love” from the ‘60’s Greek movie (Γοργόνες καιΜάγκες). The...
March 1st, 2017 | Anniversaries, Charity, Clubs, Events, Conferences,Forums and Symposiums, Food and Drink, Holidays | Read More

Sea Worthy News

Sea Worthy News
  SEA WORTHY NEWS February 2017 In this issue: An Alert to the Shipping Industry Student Art Contest – “Connecting Ships, Ports & People” Seafood: To Eat or Not to Eat? Market Your...
February 23rd, 2017 | Associations, Charity, Communication, Environment, Events, Conferences,Forums and Symposiums, Food and Drink, Holidays | Read More

IBIA celebrates 24th Annual Dinner

IBIA celebrates 24th Annual Dinner
Robin Meech Another successful event as Association continues to grow its reach and influence, introducing new Chief Executive and board members to the membership. Around 1,000 marine fuel professionals attended the prestigious International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) annual dinner on Monday...
February 21st, 2017 | Anniversaries, Associations, Bunkering, Charity, Events, Conferences,Forums and Symposiums, Food and Drink | Read More

Seafarers: Good knowledge of nutrition must be high on the agenda…

Seafarers: Good knowledge of nutrition must be high on the agenda…
Christian Ioannou GOOD KNOWLEDGE OF NUTRITION MUST BE HIGH ON THE AGENDA FOR CATERING CREWS TO BEAT FATIGUE IN SEAFARERS – SAYS MCTC Crew members must be provided with nutritionally-balanced meals while onboard to avoid high levels of fatigue, says catering training provider Marine Catering Training...
February 9th, 2017 | Associations, Company Profiles, Corporate Social Responsibility, Food and Drink, Health and Safety, HR, Intermanager, Manning - Seafarers and Offshore, Reports | Read More

MCTC signs catering training contract with EXMAR Ship Management

MCTC signs catering training contract with EXMAR Ship Management
Managing Director Christian Ioannou Global training provider Marine Catering Training Consultancy (MCTC) has signed a two-year contract with EXMAR Ship Management, through its catering managers VAN HULLE Catering, to provide training to crew members on 34 of its ships. MCTC, which specialises in the...
February 2nd, 2017 | Cruise Industry, Food and Drink, HR, Maritime Education and Training | Read More

MCTC moves into new offices

MCTC moves into new offices
Staff at MCTC in their new building Marine Catering Training Consultancy (MCTC) moves into new offices Catering training provider MCTC Marine Ltd has started the year in new surroundings after moving offices in Limassol, Cyprus. Staff at MCTC, which specialises in the training of multi-national crew...
January 23rd, 2017 | Food and Drink, HR, Maritime Education and Training | Read More

Coffee Island Opening

Coffee Island Opening
A view from the opening On Thursday, Coffee Island celebrated the opening of their first store in London’s Covent Garden. The ceremony involved a number of presentations on coffee blends and the company’s unique approach to coffee roasting and production. The shop itself is located on a busy...
January 14th, 2017 | Company Profiles, Construction, Consulting, Food and Drink | Read More

Hill Dickinson secures second Norovirus class action victory

Hill Dickinson secures second Norovirus class action victory
David Scott International law firm Hill Dickinson has successfully defended its client, Bourne Leisure, in a 219-claimant class action involving a Norovirus outbreak which occurred at a Butlin’s site in 2011. Over 4,000 guests and an additional 1,200 team members were onsite at the time of the outbreak...
December 22nd, 2016 | Food and Drink, Health and Safety | Read More

Houmeli clinches its first star

Houmeli clinches its first star
… The first star of the Great Taste 2016 has been awarded to HOUMELI Cretan products by the internationally renowned Great Taste Awards Competition which is also known as food “Oscar Awards”. HOUMELI was given this distinction for the Cretan traditional almond biscuits characterised as “unusual...
December 21st, 2016 | Awards, Consumers Market, Events, Conferences,Forums and Symposiums, Food and Drink | Read More

LR acquires Acoura in move to strengthen market leading position for food safety assurance services

LR acquires Acoura in move to strengthen market leading position for food safety assurance services
  John Rowley 20 December 2016 – Lloyd’s Register (LR), the global engineering, technical and business services organisation, has acquired Acoura, the UK’s leading compliance and safety specialists for the food and drink industry, to strengthen the market-leading position of LRQA’s food...
December 20th, 2016 | Classification Societies, Food and Drink | Read More

Intercargo and Intertanko raise the spirits

Intercargo and Intertanko raise the spirits
Intercargo’s Secretary General Dr. Kostas G. Gkonis, with Katharina Stanzel – Managing Director and Nicholas Tsakos – Chairman, from Intertanko   INTERCARGO and INTERTANKO joint open house-reception in the heart of London’s Square Mile last Thursday was a great success this year!...
December 18th, 2016 | Associations, Events, Conferences,Forums and Symposiums, Food and Drink, Intercargo, Intertanko | Read More

India Pilot study shows how the Cold Chain can help reduce food loss and carbon emissions

India Pilot study shows how the Cold Chain can help reduce food loss and carbon emissions
Supply chain profits increase; food loss cut 76 percent and CO2E emissions 16 percent SINGAPORE, Dec. 2, 2016 — Investment in the cold chain – specifically pre-cooling and transport refrigeration equipment – can reduce food loss by 76 percent and carbon dioxide equivalent emissions (CO2E) by 16...
December 3rd, 2016 | Food and Drink, Marine Equipment Products and Services, Reefer Containers, Reefer ships, Technical, Technology | Read More

HESGB 2016 Christmas Lunch

HESGB 2016 Christmas Lunch
The Amarantidis table Now this event really took us all by surprise as it was a sold out long before it was even …announced.  Yesterday at lunch time just off King’s Cross Station, overlooking the Regent’s canal at the Greek Larder – one more successful food and drinks Greek story in London,...
November 28th, 2016 | Anniversaries, Associations, Charity, Events, Food and Drink, People and Places | Read More

Friend of the Sea in Lima announces its lead in sustainable fishmeal, fish oil and seafood certification in Peru

Friend of the Sea in Lima announces its lead in sustainable fishmeal, fish oil and seafood certification in Peru
Friend of the Sea, the international certification program for products from sustainable fishing and aquaculture, is one of the key players at this year’s LAQUA exhibition, premier Latin American event. Along with being one of the main speakers at the exhibition’s Aquaculture conference, Friend...
November 25th, 2016 | Associations, Events, Conferences,Forums and Symposiums, Food and Drink | Read More

Antiparos: sun, sea and underground…

Antiparos: sun, sea and underground…
Antonia Kanetouni (left) and Iliada Stavrinidi of Antiparos * Antiparos: sun, sea and underground… By James Brewer Many Greek islands are favoured by holidaymakers for attractions topped by sun, sea and sand, but one such spot in the southern Aegean has one of its most important sights below ground. The...
November 11th, 2016 | Conferences, Seminars, Forums, Events, Exhibitions, Food and Drink, Holidays, Maritime Tourism, Tourism | Read More

LRQA supports Lloyd’s Register Foundation SOMOS Project

Vincent Doumeizel Lloyd’s Register Foundation has agreed a £500k grant to the world leading food sciences institution, Wageningen University and Research (WUR), supporting the Safe production Of Marine plants and use of Ocean Space (SOMOS). The project was developed jointly between LRQA, the Foundation...
October 12th, 2016 | Associations, Classification Societies, Food and Drink, Oceanology | Read More

Thought for Food!

Thought for Food!
Following our last update on 22nd of September, things at the Bodossaki Foundation have been progressing. Faced with multiple challenges emerging from the economic, financial and social crisis, such as unemployment, which is currently at 26% and 50% among youth, the Foundation felt that it was critical...
October 10th, 2016 | Charity, Corporate Social Responsibility, Food and Drink, HR, News | Read More

GMS sponsors prominent TradeWinds Shipowners Forum USA

GMS sponsors prominent TradeWinds Shipowners Forum USA
Capt. Yogesh Rehani GMS represented the Ship Recycling sector at event, exploring the challenges and opportunities for the sector SEPTEMBER 22, 2016 – GMS, the world’s largest buyer of ships and floating offshore assets, sponsored the prestigious TradeWinds Shipowners Forum, held at New York Yacht...
September 22nd, 2016 | Conferences, Seminars, Forums, Events, Food and Drink, Ship Demolitions | Read More

Introducing the latest reefer research report from Drewry

Introducing the latest reefer research report from Drewry
        Drewry Reefer Shipping Market Review and Forecast 2016/17 Drewry Maritime Research, in conjunction with Sextant Consultancy, have just published their latest Annual Reefer Shipping Market Review and Forecast 2016/17,that provides a complete review of the industry whilst...
September 22nd, 2016 | Food and Drink, Markets, Reefer Containers, Reefer ships, Reports | Read More

Autumn Cruises with the Aromas and Flavors of Greek Cuisine and Wine!

Autumn Cruises with the Aromas and Flavors of Greek Cuisine and Wine!
Celestyal Cruises’ “Stories of Greek Enogastronomy” Will Be Told Through the End of November on 3-, 4- and 7-day Aegean Cruises Piraeus, Greece — Celestyal Cruises announces autumn cruises redolent with the aromas and flavors of Greek cuisine and wines through the end of November:  Passengers...
September 15th, 2016 | Food and Drink, Maritime Tourism | Read More