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Global maritime incident monthly (July 2013)

31/07/2013

Report, in PDF format, mapping major maritime incidents, including piracy, maritime crime and maritime casulties which took place during July 2013.  

Time to reform East Africa’s ports?

13/07/2013

East Africa is an expensive place to move goods. In 2012, shipping companies spent an extra 22% on top of normal operating costs to clear container cargos, while collectively shippers forked out an additional $252…

Maritime security: reading between the lines

02/06/2013

Last month, Dutch police – acting on a tip-off by French counter-narcotics authorities – arrested three would-be divers, complete with underwater propulsion vehicles, as they prepared to dislodge a torpedo-shaped metal cylinder from the hull…

Piracy in Southeast Asia: organised criminals or small scale opportunists?

02/04/2013

The majority of maritime crime in Southeast Asia takes place at anchorage, with valuables and ship’s stores the target. The focus of this paper is not, however, theft at anchor, but vessel hijack and petroleum cargo theft – a…

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