SeaWorks Explains How a New Chinese Law & Ruling May Affect Your Business

SeaWorks Explains How a New Chinese Law & Ruling May Affect Your Business

As of November 1st China has imposed the Personal Information Protection Law, PIPL in short. This law has a side affect that Chinese ships are not reporting via AIS which shows exactly where ships are and their ETA’s to ports. This could affect the effectiveness for ports, however, suppose your cargo is onboard a ship which does not report via AIS any longer? From sources we have learned that the measures suits Chinese liners and operators who can avoid the reporting system under Chinese Law and call countries which have an embargo or are sanctioned by the UN. Consequently, to safeguard your cargo onboard a Chinese flagged ship, under part-cargo, you should know very well which routing and port the ships will follow since if your cargo has been in a sanctioned country and/or port, you may be held liable by authorities having been involved in illegal operations. This may sound ‘kafkaesk’ but wait till the long arm of, for instance, the USA government reaches out and your business or USDollar remittances are blocked. The burden of proof is on you as Merchant!

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Video – Comark Delivered 58 Special E-modules via Breakbulk Vessel from Koper, Slovenia to Aktau, Kazakhstan

Video – Comark Delivered 58 Special E-modules via Breakbulk Vessel from Koper, Slovenia to Aktau, Kazakhstan

These e-houses were moved over the course of a year from Slovenia via Port of Koper to Aktogay in Kazakhstan. E-houses are used as electric power generator for Kaz Minerals mine plant in Aktogay.

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Comark Coordinated the Transport of Police Patrol Boat

Comark Coordinated the Transport of Police Patrol Boat

Cargo dimensions: 30.00 long x 5.60 wide x 7.00 high = 80.50 tons heavy.

The transport from Port of Koper to historical military musem in Pivka took 10 hours (80 kilometers). Due to 7 meters height Comark had to remove telecomunication cables, disconnect two electric power transmission lines and block complete traffic on a highway.

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Video – Atlas Heavy Moved a 120 Ton Ships Rudder with the Help of Big-T for the Lifting

Video – Atlas Heavy Moved a 120 Ton Ships Rudder with the Help of Big-T for the Lifting

Atlas Heavy recently had a customer reach out for a solution to transport a ships rudder from Galveston to a repair facility in Houston. Atlas Heavy were ready to take on the challenge which involved a barge crane to load the 100+mt piece from the quayside to barge and the same from barge to Atlas Heavy’s own self proppelled transporters (PST’s) at the Houston Port. From there they rolled the short distance to the repair facility where it was safely unloaded.

Big-T came out to help lift the 120 ton ships rudder.

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