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Unix Line to pay $1.65 million in pollution case

Singapore-based Unix Line Pte Ltd., the primary ship management arm of MOL Chemical Tankers, is to pay a fine of $1.65 million in the case in which crew members onboard the Zao

Reefer owner, manager to pay $1.8 million in pollution plea deal

Two Athens, Greece, based companies are to pay a $1.8 million criminal penalty under a plea agreement in relation to various charges involving the 13,049 gt, 1991-built, Bahamas-flagged refrigerated cargo containership Nederland

Bulker operator cops plea in “magic pipe” case

Lisbon, Portugal, based Portline Bulk International S.A .yesterday pleaded guilty in federal court in Charleston, South Carolina, to one count of violating the Act to Prevent Pollution from Ships and one count

Probation violations cost Carnival $20 million

Princess Cruise Lines Ltd. and its parent, Carnival Corporation were today ordered to pay a $20 million criminal penalty and will be subject to enhanced supervision after admitting to violations of probation

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Pollution and lying bring $4 million fine, four years probation

Two Marousi, Greece, based companies — Avin International and Nicos I.V. Special Maritime Enterprises — will pay a $4 million fine and serve a four-year term of probation on charges relating to

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Indictment issued in pollution cover up case

A federal grand jury in Wilmington, Del., has returned a six-count indictment charging Chartworld Shipping Corporation, Nederland Shipping Corporation, and Chief Engineer Vasileios Mazarakis with failing to keep accurate pollution control records,

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D’Amico to pay $4 million fine for polluting and lying

D’Amico Shipping Italia S.p.A. yesterday admitted discharging oily waste and other pollutants into the sea and then lying about it, according to U.S. Attorney for the District of New Craig Carpenito and

Judge warns Carnival ships could be banned from U.S. ports

U.S. District Judge Patricia Seitz has threatened to bar Carnival Corp. from docking any of its ships at U.S. ports. This follows alleged breaches of the probation imposed on the company in

HFO spill from grounded bulker threatens World Heritage site

Pollution from the Solomon Trader, a 1994 built bulk carrier that ran aground in the Solomon Islands on February 5 is now threatening Kangava Bay, Rennell island, home to a UNESCO World

German ship operator fined $3.2 million in magic pipe case

NOVEMBER 3, 2018 — German shipping company Mineralien Schiffahrt Spedition und Transport GmbH (MST) was yesterday sentenced pay a $3.2 million criminal fine and serve a four-year term of probation after pleading