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Pirates attack tanker and abduct two fishermen off Nigeria

Tanker thwarts attack but two fishing vessel crew members are abducted in a separate incident earlier on the same day

Middle East and Africa Crewing

The Interview: Bill Gallagher

Bill Gallagher, president of International Registries, Inc talks to Lloyd’s List about the importance of acting on diversity, improving safety standards, and why it might publish the Stellar Daisy accident investigation report on its revamped website

US States Crewing

Wärtsilä wants to carry connectivity torch

Marine Solutions president Roger Holm explains that benefits from data utilisation drove $258m Transas acquisition, with more targets potentially being lined up

Transas Wartsila

CMA reveals contrasting visions for maritime

Conferences such as the CMA have value because they bring the views of association leaders alongside the reality of life at sea and on shore

International North America

Send for an apprentice

There are huge numbers of marine industry careers that ought to be started as a part of an apprenticeship process

International Crewing

Shipping’s future talent must be more adaptable

It’s not what you know that will get you noticed, it’s whether you are agile

International ABS

Seafarer dies in fire on Bulgarian ro-ro

Blaze appears to have broken out in deceased crew member’s cabin

Casualty Crewing

Employers risk crippling fines in UK pensions overhaul

Companies that employ seafarers or offshore workers could face civil penalties of up to £50,000 and daily penalties of £10,000 for failing to auto enrol eligible employees in a pension scheme from February 1

Europe United Kingdom

Women in Latin American maritime sector offered UN course

About 50 women will be invited to attend a leadership course at the end of the year

IMO Crewing
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