Late evening on 31st January, general cargo vessel Avocet Arrow, grounded in soft mud in the river Rio Paraná, northeast of Buenos Aires, Argentine. The crew and cargo are safe. No pollution or emission reported.
Sustainability continues to be an important priority and it is embedded into our vision and long term strategic plans. We hope this report will give you an understanding of Gearbulk's commitment to making a positive contribution wherever we operate.
The Sailors’ Society, the UK-based global charity for seafarers, launched its first annual gala dinner in Manila on Saturday 26 September 2015, a move that follows the establishment of a Philippines chapter of the organisation last year.
Misago Arrow, the third Fleximax II Eco vessel is the latest in a long line of vessels to be delivered to Gearbulk from Oshima Shipbuilding Co. Ltd in Japan. She shares the same basic hull design, dimensions and service speed as our Fleximax II vessels also built at Oshima, with a similar deadweight of just under 63,000 mt. the future of sustainable shipping.
The Sustainable Shipping Initiative (SSI), a pioneering coalition of companies from across the global shipping industry focused on uniting commercial growth with sustainable behaviours, has released a new report, ‘Signals of Change’, that explores the potential impact of emerging technology, policy and behaviours on the future of sustainable shipping.