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Industry collaboration will be key to achieving shipping's goals in the coming year. Working more closely with the aviation and rail sectors, and learning lessons on safety and emissions reduction will feature strongly
Getting crew off vessels as scheduled is possible and must be done because this is the deal they signed up for, says Anglo-Eastern chief executive officer Bjorn Hojgaard. The pandemic has also shown up the attitudes of governments quite blatantly, he adds
Officers’ union Nautilus International says the plight of seafarers should not be forgotten as the crew change crisis drags on. A survey has shown the toll on Nautilus’ members, with half of the 350 respondents considering leaving the industry
The culture of adjusting records and reports to suit regulatory compliance is said to be well known among industry stakeholders. This is ironic, given the strong call throughout the year for seafarers to be regarded as key workers
O'Neil will consider how to introduce an industry standard to assess quality ship managers and wants maritime stakeholders to set up a collective approach when negotiating with governments and institutions
Seafarers have transported retail goods needed to satisfy the demand generated by platforms such as Amazon ‘throughout some of the most difficult conditions in living memory’, the shipping trade groups tell Jeff Bezos
The guide is designed to provide a better understanding of how and when to ventilate given the different types of bulk commodities carried with each having different requirements. Proper ventilation is essential to preventing damage to cargo and to ensure crew safety
The industry has spent eight months complaining that its key workers should be repatriated swiftly. In reality, it has spent years ignoring protests that rest and work hours regulations are openly flouted
The Lloyd’s List 2021 Shipping Outlook Forum takes place on December 1 and we need your input to help shape the discussion. Our online poll is now live, with 10 questions on the critical issues likely to influence maritime markets next year and beyond
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