How Best To Pack Your Clothes for Shipping

Are you planning to move overseas and are wondering how best to pack your clothes? According to experts, packing clothes for shipping when you are moving abroad can be a difficult task for most people.
It can be daunting to decide what to bring along and what not to carry. The other issue is deciding the method of packing your clothes to ensure that you ship them easily and cheaply. This article provides tips for packing your clothes for shipping seamlessly.

Sort Your Clothes

Decide the clothes which are coming with you and ensure to sort them into …

Russia to Clear Its Most Radioactive Vessel

According to Russian nuclear officials, the Lepse cargo ship, which was once the most visible nuclear menace in Murmansk seaport, will now be cleared of virtually all of its toxic cargo by the beginning of next year.
The Lepse gathered 639 spent nuclear fuel packages during its tenure as a refueling ship for Soviet-era nuclear icebreakers. Some of them were destroyed, causing an environmental hazard that floated untreated at the Murmansk port for years.
The Lepse was decommissioned in 1988 and was tossed aside at Atomflot, the home of Russia’s nuclear icebreaker line. It remained a serious radioactive threat to Murmansk…

How Sweden Investigated An Engine Room Fire Accident in 1985

At the time, Sweden had a Fire Protection Commission composed of personnel from shore-based fire services, the Maritime Administration, and other maritime-related institutions, including union members. This Commission was in charge of fire safety instruction for seafarers, but they had other interests as well.
They examined their balance statement in 1985 and decided to invest extra money in a fire study. According to the study’s findings, oil spray fires were the most prevalent cause of engine room accidents. These might spread to the cofferdam, resulting in a far more severe pool blaze.
At the time this research began…

Adapting to Sea Piracy’s Dynamic Transformation

We investigated various options for mitigating the problem of piracy’s future development in the Gulf of Guinea. This study is incomplete unless the major player, the seafarer, is included. As a result, this analysis focuses on how mariners must adjust to the exponential rise of pirate operations.
Despite advancements in maritime communications, the captain remains a solitary leader. His or her position demands rapid judgments in a wide range of scenarios. If the circumstance allows, he can seek to make a phone call, but once the call ends, he is once again solitary.
A pirate assault is a fast-paced event that puts a …