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Crews tell their stories of resilience, missing families and not stepping on land for nearly six months as coronavirus pandemic leaves them stuck at sea
The International Chamber of Shipping met a group of charterers yesterday to highlight concerns over ‘no crew-change’ clauses. It hopes using carrots rather than sticks will encourage charterers to do the right thing
There has been a more urgent push to connect every device and machine; digitalisation is helping the entire maritime industry evolve
A Mare Forum webinar has heard that shipbuilders’ reluctance to discuss new designs that would not fit production processes has left shipowners having to tweak existing vessels to meet emission targets
‘When the market is against the owner and you are bleeding, they kneel on your neck… and they impose things that are inhuman,’ says Safe Bulkers chief
British Ports Association, Nautilus International and Iswan, are among 29 signatories, and more have been invited to join the new initiative
A webinar that explores the master–pilot relationship points to the need for the shipping industry to re-engage the shore with the ship, with the men and women on board, and with maritime safety more broadly
Seafarer abandonment cases continue to climb, while suicides are going uncounted. Meanwhile calls are growing to ensure crews are not denied coronavirus vaccines, and for the industry take better care of its workforce
The Nautilus Federation of 22 unions wants a worldwide vaccination programme for seafarers and inland waterways transport crew, to help resolve the crew change crisis and ensure seafarers do not miss out on vaccines
‘This is no way to prepare for a green economic recovery and these figures do not include the near 1,000 UK ratings jobs lost in the second half of the pandemic,’ argues union leader
Maersk: ‘It is always our priority to ensure the welfare and well-being of all our seafarers and provide them with the most optimal service as an employee’
Germany’s shipowners are in a healthy position after the downturn that started in 2009. But several conditions need to be in place for a full recovery, particularly in crew changes and environmental regulation
Following on from ‘A Culture of Adjustment’, this webinar brings together maritime safety heavyweights who all believe it is time to stop kicking the safety can down the road
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