New US legislation to cover small businesses for business interruption in the event of pandemics could be game-changing for RRGs
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While the impact of the coronavirus pandemic will be felt across the industry, some will be better able than others to ride out the storm
A diplomatic battle is underway to win over international political support for crew change plans. Slow implementation from governments unwilling or unable to overcome bureaucratic blockages has left the vast majority of seafarers stranded at sea or stuck at home due to travel restrictions
DNV GL’s chief executive of maritime Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen believes that we are headed into a maritime renaissance. Things that we’ve traditionally done for years simply will not hold up, the tectonic shift transforming the maritime world will spur international solutions, turbo-charge digitalisation and force innovation that will fuel a revolution in shipping. He joins Lloyd’s List Editor Richard Meade to explain why we all need to be open to new ideas and embrace an exploratory mindset to unlock the future.
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