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#106 Doorn

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Posted 09 April 2017 - 18:41

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#107 mrd

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Posted 09 April 2017 - 18:45

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Meckom dosao da proveri robu. :)

Nema labavo!

 

 

Gotov prolecni raspust. Teraj Jovo nanovo. :


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#108 Doorn

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Posted 13 April 2017 - 12:05

 

Ivan Vodopivec Jr., the representative of the Croatian office of NYK Shipmanagement Pte. Ltd., has been recognized by the Japanese government as an Honorary Consul General of Japan* for the port city of Split, the second largest city in Croatia. As a result of this recognition, an Honorary Consulate has been established at the office of NYK Shipmanagement Pte. Ltd., a subsidiary of NYK.

Vodopivec is also CEO of Iva Shipping Ltd., which has employed and trained Croatian crew for NYK vessels for many years. The contributions to building a close relationship between Japan and Croatia have been recognized by the Japanese Government.
A ceremony was held in January, attended by the Ambassador of Japan to Croatia, Keiji Takiguchi, who offered his hopes for an expansion of ties between the two countries.
 

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#109 Doorn

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Posted 20 April 2017 - 13:39

 

NYK Promotes Woman to Captain for First Time in Company History

 

On April 1, a deck officer named Tomoko Konishi became the first woman in NYK’s 132-year history to be promoted to the rank of captain.
Ms. Konishi joined NYK in 2004 after she graduated from the National Institute of Technology, Toba College in Mie prefecture. Since then, she has worked aboard containerships, pure car and truck carriers, and LNG carriers, among others, as a pioneering female officer. She has been active in a number of fields and has also used her onboard experiences in office work.
 
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In 2004, NYK became the first major Japanese oceangoing company to accept female officers, and since then their numbers have continued to rise. The company currently has 14 working all over the world at sea and on land. NYK will continue with its efforts to encourage diversity in the workforce by promoting workplace environment and human resources.
– History of Japanese Officers at NYK
1885 NYK Line founded
1920 Japanese officers total about 1,400 in all positions, i.e., captains,
        chief engineers, telecommunications chiefs, pursers, etc.
2004 NYK becomes first major Japanese oceangoing company to accept female officers
2006 NYK begins program to allow graduates from non-maritime colleges/universities
        to begin officer training after joining the company
2017 Woman promoted to rank of captain for the first time in NYK’s 132-year history
 

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#110 Denis Jasharevic

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Posted 20 April 2017 - 22:27

Trne evo ti karte pochele da se prodaju ...... Denis Jasharevic u tvom gradu, ne bi valjalo propustiti  :kece:, jes da je za po' godine ....

 

 

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Edited by Denis Jasharevic, 20 April 2017 - 22:28.

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#111 alberto.ascari

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Posted 20 April 2017 - 22:32

U Melkwegu sam bio, dobar klub, ali malo mesta, max 800.


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#112 Denis Jasharevic

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Posted 20 April 2017 - 23:07

U Melkwegu sam bio, dobar klub, ali malo mesta, max 800.

 

Pa znash da je The Milky Way jedno od 5 svetskih kultnih mesta za koncerte ..... u Evropi odmah iza Marquee i Hammersmith Odeon ..... Size doesn't matter  :wicked:


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#113 Doorn

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Posted 21 April 2017 - 08:27

Trne evo ti karte pochele da se prodaju ...... Denis Jasharevic u tvom gradu, ne bi valjalo propustiti  :kece:, jes da je za po' godine ....

Dva dana kasnije si u Rotterdamu. Vidimo se  ;)


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#114 Denis Jasharevic

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Posted 21 April 2017 - 14:11

Dva dana kasnije si u Rotterdamu. Vidimo se ;)


Da, da, pa to sam i mislio, dolazim ti na noge :) ..... Mnogo je dobar i nije skup, svetski - a nash ..... Mada, moram priznati da se u poslednje vreme malo pogubio ....... juri neshto novo, a ne ide mu bash .... Ali uvek odsvira i dosta starih stvari. Preporuchujem, samo se dobro ....... opusti :).
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#115 Doorn

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Posted 01 June 2017 - 19:57

Nova firma polako dobija na izgledu

 

 

 

Japan Trio’s JV to Be Named Ocean Network Express

 

 

Japan’s big three container shipping companies informed that their new joint venture (JV) will operate under the tradename “Ocean Network Express”.

 

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Establishment of a holding company between Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line), Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL), and Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK Line) is currently planned in Japan, and an operating company is planned to be incorporated in Singapore.

In addition, regional headquarters of the operating company will be set up in Singapore, Hong Kong, United Kingdom (London), United States (Richmond, VA), and Brazil (Sao Paulo).

“The move will allow Ocean Network Express to better meet customers’ needs by providing high-quality, competitive services through the consolidation and enhancement of the three companies’ global network and service structures,” K Line said.

The trio agreed to establish the JV, which will integrate the three companies’ container shipping businesses, including worldwide terminal operation businesses, excluding those in Japan, in October 2016.

The establishment of new JV will officially be announced once all anti-trust reviews are completed. In mid-March 2017, the proposed joint venture received an approval from the Competition Commission of Singapore (CCS).

The parties earlier said that the new joint-venture company would operate a fleet totaling 1.4 million TEUs, placing the new company as sixth in the market with approximately 7% of global share.

K Line and MOL, which will each hold 31 percent, and their compatriot NYK Line, which will hold the remaining 38 percent, plan to establish the new joint-venture company on July 1, 2017, while business commencement is expected to start as of April 1, 2018.


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Posted 19 June 2017 - 10:31

 

On June 17, 2017, about 01:30 Japan Standard Time, ACX Crystal, a containership chartered by NYK collided with US Navy destroyer USS Fitzgerald at 20km off the coast of Shimoda, Shizuoka prefecture in Japan.
 
 There were no injuries on board ACX Crystal, or oil spill from the vessel, it is understood that, however, a couple of sailors of the USS Fitzgerald are missing according to the Japan Coast Guard. Our thoughts and deep concerns go out to all those directly affected.
 
 NYK has established a Crisis-Management Headquarters, and fully cooperated with an investigation by the Japan Coast Guard together with the Shipowner.

 

http://gcaptain.com/...uss-fitzgerald/

 

UPDATE: US Navy Destroyer Collides With Container Ship


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Posted 20 June 2017 - 08:15

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SEVEN US Navy sailors have been found dead in a flooded sleeping quarters aboard the destroyer USS Fitzgerald after it was in collision early Saturday morning with the 2,858-TEU ACX Crystal.

Chartered by Japanese shipping giant NYK, the ACX Crystal only suffered slight damage to its port bow gunwale. All 20 crew were not injured and the ship is docked in Yokohama, not far from where the accident occurred.
But the destroyer's starboard crumpled up presenting little resistance to the impact of a ship three times its size, crushing a section of the bridge work like tin foil judging from the aerial photos posted on the web. There are 200 in the destroyer's crew and 20 aboard the Philippines-flagged box ship.
US and Japanese ships and aircraft launched a huge air and sea search for the crew but "a number of bodies" were found in the flooded quarters of the damaged destroyer USS Fitzgerald, the US 7th fleet said in a statement.
"As search and rescue crews gained access to the spaces that were damaged during the collision, the missing sailors were located in the flooded sleeping quarters," it said.
Names are withheld pending notification of next of kin. The Fitzgerald, with the help of tugboats, arrived back at its homeport of Yokosuka naval base, south of Tokyo, on Saturday evening. 
Three people aboard the destroyer were medically evacuated, including Commander Bryce Benson, who was reportedly in a stable condition after being airlifted to the US naval hospital at the Yokosuka base, the navy said. The other two injured crewmembers were treated at the hospital for cuts and bruises.
The US 7th Fleet said the collision damaged two berthing spaces, a machinery room and the ship's radio room. Most of the more than 200 sailors aboard the Fitzgerald would have been asleep at the time of the incident.
Water had to be pumped out of flooded areas before the crushed mid-right side of the ship could be searched.NYK said in a statement it would cooperate fully with the coastguard's investigation. 
Under Japan's "status of forces agreement" the US has primary jurisdiction over incidents involving vessels such as the USS Fitzgerald.
Japan's coastguard and the US navy plan to question crew members from the ACX Crystal, and could treat the collision as a possible case of endangerment of traffic caused by professional negligence, Kyodo news said.
At about 29,000 tons displacement, the containership is more than three times the size of the 9,000-ton Fitzgerald, and was carrying 1,080 containers from the central Japanese port of Nagoya to Tokyo.
 

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