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Alexmaritime: Хотел поделиться новостью по интересному новострою, но столкнулся с отсутствием соответствующей темы. Предлагаю развить эту тему! Здесь можно размещать любые новости, на прямую или косвенно связанные с морской тематикой, которые не выделены в отдельные темы на форуме. ======= Добавлена тема: Судострой вянет?

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Сергей С: Ректор Одесской морской академии: «Украинские моряки требуют очень большую зарплату» Как мне кажется или неправильно истолковано, или слова выдернуты из контекста. Судя по приведённым примерам стран речь может идти о рядовом составе. Действительно рядовые "Вьетнам, Индонезия, Филиппины, Мьянма" согласны работать именно за те деньги, которые для наших рядовых уже не достаточны чтоб прокормить семью. По уровню зарплаты офицерского состава не сказал бы что мы где-то выше или ниже в требованиях к работодателям.

Fantom: А я в начале не поверил когда народ в гаражах мне пересказывал.(не путать с тем как Моня напел Биталз)

Demyan: А у меня не грузится эта статейка почему-то.Может выложит кто в свёрнутом тексте.

Сергей С: 2 Demyan Такое заявление ректор Одесской национальной морской академии Михаил Миюсов сделал в эфире передачи «Актуальный разговор» на одесском телеканале «АТВ» 22 июля. «Проблема в том, что очень большую зарплату требуют сегодня украинские моряки, и именно поэтому иногда отказываются от услуг украинских моряков в пользу новых стран, которые появляются. Это Вьетнам, это Индонезия, помимо Филиппин, это Мьянма. Это отдельная, сложная тема», - подчеркнул Михаил Миюсов. «Насколько это выгодно для государства Украина? По различным оценкам, это $1-1,2 млрд, которые привозят в Украину моряки за год», - добавил ректор академии.

Chaplain: The Costa Fascinosa, the latest ship to join the fleet of Costa Cruises today touched the water for the first time during her technical launch ceremony at the Fincantieri shipyard in Marghera. Once the work to fit out her interiors has been completed, the Costa Fascinosa (114,500 gross tonnage and a capacity of 3,800 total Guests) will depart on her first cruise on 2nd May 2012. About 3,000 employees and 7,000 workers from linked industries are contributing to the construction of the ship, and most of the companies involved in the shipbuilding activities, about 500, are Italian. Costa Cruises’s total investment to build the Costa Fascinosa amounts to approximately 510 million euros. The Costa Fascinosa’s technical launch ceremony was carried out according to seafaring tradition. The launch started with the welding of a coin at the base of what was once the mainmast, a custom considered to bring good luck. Then, the shipyard director invited the godmother, Mirca Pizzato, an employee of Marghera shipyards, to cut the ribbon and break a bottle of champagne against the bow of the Costa Fascinosa. Once the dry-dock basin where the ship took shape over the last few months had been filled with water, the hull finally had the chance to touch the sea for the first time. “The launch of the Costa Fascinosa, less than one month after the delivery of the Costa Favolosa, named in Trieste on 2nd July, confirms the soundness and commitment of our company. Costa Cruises continues to help to the sector’s development in Europe, creating jobs in Italian shipyards - declared Pier Luigi Foschi, Chairman and CEO of Costa Crociere S.p.A. - I can say that the strength of our brand, guaranteed by more than 60 years of experience, and the quality of our product will once again turn out to be the winning factors in what continues to be a difficult economic and geopolitical scenario.” Since 2000, at a Group level, Costa Crociere S.p.A. (that along with the Costa Cruises brand includes AIDA Cruises, a leader in German-speaking markets, and Iberocruceros, which operates in Spanish and Portuguese-speaking markets) has developed a challenging investment plan to strengthen the fleet, involving 22 ships delivered from 2000 to 2013, for a total investment of 9.6 billion euros. Fincantieri's CEO, Giuseppe Bono, commented: "Just a month after delivering the sister ship “Costa Favolosa”, Fincantieri is launching another flagship for Costa Crociere's partners. Although these two achievements are by no means enough to overcome the crisis in the industry, they are a source of reassurance and we believe that only by consolidating the alliance between two excellent Italian companies can we guarantee a future for two strategic sectors of our national industry, shipbuilding and tourism." http://www.cruiseindustrynews.com/cruise-news/5932-technical-launch-costa-fascinosa-photo.html

delaplano: Сергей С пишет: «Проблема в том, что очень большую зарплату требуют сегодня украинские моряки, и именно поэтому иногда отказываются от услуг украинских моряков в пользу новых стран, которые появляются. Это Вьетнам, это Индонезия, помимо Филиппин, это Мьянма. Это отдельная, сложная тема», - подчеркнул Михаил Миюсов. Не знаю как обстоят дела со стационаром.Но таких взяток на заочке и в помине не было при Залетове.Так что Миюсову лучше бы порядок навести в своей академмии,чем журить моряков,что зарплату требуют большую.

Сергей С: delaplano пишет: Но таких взяток на заочке и в помине не было при Залетове.Так что Миюсову лучше бы порядок навести в своей академмии Так и есть. Но, согласитесь, это и отдельная большая тема для обсуждения. И не всё зависит конкретно от Миюсова.(имею в виду обстоятельства вокруг обучения)

Chaplain: 01 Aug 11 - 10:27 Big three shipping companies see bad times continuing Oil prices and an excess number of ships causing a huge drop in shipping fees and profits Concerns in the nation's shipping industry are rising as companies see no end in sight for their struggles. The shipping industry had been doing well just last year, with competitive oil prices and huge global demands. But the same factors have backfired this year, with skyrocketing oil prices and an excess number of ships causing a huge drop in shipping fees and profits. The big three shipping companies - Hanjin Shipping, Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) and STX Pan Ocean - recorded losses in the first quarter and are expecting to continue to be in the red. HMM was the first to announce bigger losses in the second quarter, saying on Monday that it recorded 78 billion won ($74.1 million) in operating losses, compared to a loss of 24 billion won in the first quarter. Analysts say that it will be no different for Hanjin and STX, which will each announce second-quarter results in mid-August. The second quarter brought a number of challenges for shipping companies, and company officials agree that the problems are continuing. "The main reason for our struggles is that global shippers, including us, have a huge oversupply of ships that are on European and United States routes, and we also suffered from soaring Bunker C oil prices," said a Hanjin official. "We expect and hope the coming quarters to be positive as we will be finally starting our peak-season fare from mid-August, which is something that has been pushed back from June." Companies including Hanjin are in the process of cutting down on the number of ships and selling them. According to the Korean Shipowners' Association, Korean shippers were ranked fifth in the world as of the beginning of this year, behind Greece, Japan, Germany and China. Unlike the nation's shipbuilding industry, which has seen record orders and revenue, the shipping industry sees no end in sight to its predicaments, except for hoping that oil prices and shipping fares settle. "The industry can recover if oil prices suddenly settle, but it is true that we are still worried about the current situation," said an STX official. Pirate attacks, which had been a rising concern in the first quarter, are no longer as large an issue as attacks have died down in recent months. Industry analysts said that despite the current difficult situation, companies should continue to look for improvements since the shipping industry has its ups and downs that can change at any time. "The second quarter was probably the worst quarter for the shipping industry, but things are expected to slowly turn around toward the end of the year and leading into next year," said Martin Song, an analyst at Woori Investment & Securities. "Although companies are not enjoying profits now, they should not neglect investments and order more efficient and large ships. I know that the top Korean shippers are already preparing funds for such investments." Song added that Hanjin's share price is probably at its lowest, while HMM stock has remained strong. Source: Korea Joongang Daily http://www.safety4sea.com/page/5590/9/big-three-shipping-companies-see-bad-times-continuing

Chaplain: MAERSK: Deteriorating global economy putting pressure on shipping industry COPENHAGEN—Shipping and oil company A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S warned Wednesday that new shipping capacity and deteriorating world economic prospects are pressuring freight rates, and it’s unclear when they’ll recover. The Danish company issued a more cautious forecast for the full year, after reporting a 5.8% decline in first-half net profit. Maersk, which operates the world’s largest container shipping firm, Maersk Line, didn’t include any freight-rate improvement for the second half in its adjusted full-year forecast, Maersk Chief Executive Nils Smedegaard Andersen said. “Our competitors are very nervous,” Mr. Smedegaard Andersen said. “They’ve bought a lot of new ships at a time where it was expensive, and now they are nervous that they won’t be able to fill them. That means they are very aggressive with their pricing on the Asia-Europe and Asia-U.S. routes.” The weakening global economy, exacerbated by sovereign-debt problems in Europe and the U.S., has added to the pressure on rates as shippers worry over demand, Mr. Smedegaard Andersen said. He played down the likelihood of a direct effect on Maersk’s trading volumes, however. “There’s no doubt that the weak economic development makes shippers more nervous and adds to the price competition,” the CEO said. “But generally speaking, we don’t see any signs currently that the weaker economy and the financial crisis influence the trading volumes.” Data from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, or OECD, last week indicated that most of the world’s largest economies are heading for a period of slower growth, and that it’s increasingly likely that the U.S.—a key driver of global trade—will share that fate. Mr. Smedegaard Andersen said Maersk is closely monitoring the situation and its impact on trade. Maersk doesn’t see freight rates falling further, he said, but they’re already in the doldrums. “We haven’t seen a further rates decline in the past few months, but the rates are simply at a level where the industry can’t make any money,” Mr. Smedegaard Andersen said. Maersk still anticipates 6% to 8% growth in 2011 shipping volumes, which Mr. Smedegaard Andersen said he hopes will lend some support to freight rates. But the latest reading of dry bulk commodities shipping costs, expressed by the Baltic Dry Index, shows rates have fallen by almost 30% so far this year. Market participants expect freight rates to slide even further as an oversupply of vessels and economic concerns take their toll. Among others, the Baltic and International Maritime Council, or BIMCO, shipping association has said it expects depressed freight rates over the coming months. “Summer has been slow, so freight rates are likely to bottom out now, but only a little upside is visible for owners,” BIMCO analyst Peter Sands said. Global ratings company Moody’s also dealt a blow to the shipping industry earlier this month when it downgraded the industry to negative status for the next 12 to 18 months. Dry-bulk ships make up about 46% of the shipping industry’s tonnage. About 80% of dry-bulk vessels on shipbuilders’ order books will be built and delivered over the next two years. That tilts the dry-bulk shipping market toward excess supply, which will continue to depress freight rates, Moody’s said. Considering the tough shipping environment, Mr. Smedegaard Andersen said, Maersk’s first-half results were satisfactory. First-half net profit fell to 12.61 billion kroner ($2.32 billion), from 13.40 billion kroner, short of analysts’ forecasts. Earnings before interest and tax, or Ebit, rose 13% to 34.60 billion kroner, from 30.52 billion kroner in the same period a year earlier, topping analysts’ expectations. Sales rose 4% in the six months to 159.23 billion kroner, from 153.53 billion kroner, helped by higher oil prices for its oil production business. Neena Rai and Paul Hannon in London contributed to this article. http://gcaptain.com/maersk-deteriorating-global-economy?29529

shyrkan: Севморпуть вновь становится международным козырем России

Лодочник: shyrkan цитата: атомных ледоколов из Петропавловска-Камчатского доставил по Севморпути 5 тысяч тонн красной рыбы. Переход занял около месяца. Возобновление северного маршрута позволит снабжать рынки Петербурга камчатскими деликатесами, а не завозить продукцию из Дании. Мне интересна экономическая выгода:таскать с Камчатки по месяцу "деликатесы" по ледовитому в Питер или через Балтику за пару суток из Дании?Неужели выгоднее будет переться с рыбой по Севморпути? шо за брЭд....

Chaplain: Aussie Aussie Aussie!! Tax breaks for shipping industry in Australia! SYDNEY—Australia will introduce major tax breaks for shipping companies and a new international register for the 200 billion Australian dollar (US$213 billion) industry, the world’s fourth-largest shipping market by volume. Some 10% of the global sea trade is managed in Australian ports, employing more than 14,000 people. But although 99% of the Pacific nation’s trade is sea-borne only a tiny fraction is carried in Australian flagged vessels. At the core of the shipping plans are tax breaks for companies and employees, an Australian international shipping register, a new licensing regime and steps to boost skills development, all set to be implemented from July 2012. Currently 22 Australian-registered major trading ships operate in the country’s waters, down from 55 in 1995. Just four of these vessels, gas tankers, are dedicated to international trade. “If we do not act now the Australian shipping industry will be lost forever,” said Anthony Albanese, infrastructure minister in a keynote speech here, citing national security, the economy and environment as key themes behind the reforms. In the tax changes, Australian resident companies with locally registered vessels won’t pay company tax, qualifying income from shipping and royalty withholding tax will be exempted. In an effort to speed up renewals of an ageing fleet the depreciation rate will be cut to 10 years from 20 years. Roll over relief will also be offered and tax offsets will be available to Australian employers of resident seafarers who work in international trade. But to qualify for the tax breaks, vessels must be Australian flagged and meet other conditions, including staying in the regime for at last 10 years. A new International Shipping register will be established to attract companies to boost the number of ships carrying the Australian flag and a range of changes will be made to the existing licensing rules on access to the coast. Other measures include boosting the skills of sea hands and a new deal between employers and unions. “We think it’s a pretty good package,” said Llew Russell, chief executive officer of Shipping Australia, a representative body for Australian and international shippers. Unions also backed the proposals. Paddy Crumlin, national secretary of the Maritime Union of Australia said the measures will boost Australian based shippers competing offshore. http://gcaptain.com/aussie-aussie-aussie-breaks?30716

Полиграф: Целевая группа по вопросам морской занятости и конкурентоспособности, созданная Европейской комиссией, опубликовала доклад, в котором предлагает целый ряд идей и рекомендаций по улучшению жизни моряков на судне и повышению привлекательности морской профессии, сообщает РПСМ. Согласно материалам, имеет смысл создать Европейскую сеть, которая при поддержке государств могла бы взять на себя заботу о совершенствовании таких сфер, как подготовка и обучение морских кадров, повышение квалификации и карьерный рост на флоте. При этом в работе такой структуры должны быть задействованы судовладельцы, любые другие представители морской индустрии и национальные морские администрации. Кроме того, в докладе рассмотрены факторы, которые заставляют одних моряков уходить из торгового флота, других же - не рассматривать профессию моряка в качестве перспективы на будущее. Среди них выделены плохие условия труда и быта на судах, угроза пиратства, трудности в получении разрешения увольнения на берег и растущая криминализация моряков в случае аварий и разливов нефти. В докладе говорится, что одна из серьезных проблем, ухудшающей качество жизни на борту - усталость, главной причиной которой является огромное количество административной работы вдобавок к основным обязанностям моряка. Целевая группа называет такую работу ненужной и лишней и предлагает проработать на уровне ЕС пути и возможности сокращения административного бремени. В качестве примера приводится программа "Голубой Пояс" (Blue Belt), которая пока действует в тестовом режиме. Ее цель - упрощение, а, значит, и сокращение формальностей, которые необходимо выполнять при заходе и выходе из портов. И хотя решение этих вопросов рабочая группа считает делом исключительно судоходной отрасли, Европейской Комиссии рекомендовано принять участие в этом процессе, а при необходимости быть готовой издать соответствующие рекомендации по данной проблеме. Кроме того, ЕК адресовано предложение рассмотреть возможность использования государственных субсидий "в целях стимулирования использования Интернет-связи членами экипажей судов, как в профессиональных, так и в личных целях".

Dredger: http://www.unian.net/rus/news/news-465193.html

Powerrocky: Вот такие новости.Малыми шажками,того гляди и... Либхеровские.

k®о$аv4?g: Powerrocky Эт где такие ?

Alexmaritime: k®о$аv4?g пишет: Эт где такие ? не Ильичевский и не Одесский вроде... а причал посмотри какой! Powerrocky пишет: Вот такие новости.

k®о$аv4?g: Alexmaritime Ото ж бо, видно вон хатынки в нашем стиле, но терминал маленький, даже не знаю, где он может быть теоретически.

CoolChemist: Похоже на Александровку, возле ИСРЗ.

Powerrocky: Раньше в этом уголке болтались мелкие рыболовные сейнеры.Это Ильичёвский рыбпорт.Цель такого причала там мне не понятна (стенка достаточно длинная).Александровка географически на другом берегу,через переправу туда нужно.И кстати,на моё удивление ещё что-то клюёт сейчас,при том,что зима в самом разгаре лютует.



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