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Seafarers abducted off Nigeria

Kidnappers boarded a product tanker off Bonny and abducted six of the crew members

Nigeria Piracy and Security

Viewpoint: Slow boats to disaster

There are several problems about slowing ships down to such a low speed that the people who shipped the cargo forget they ever loaded it and the consignees give up in despair, including the safety of the vessel in the unpredictable elements

Viewpoint International

From the Newsdesk: It's more complicated than we thought

BIMCO secretary-general Angus Frew has blasted the European Union’s policies on ship recycling, digital disruption will hit seafarers hard... what will the future look like?

International Containers

D’Amico fined $4m for US pollution violations

The Italian tanker company admitted to US authorities that crew discharged bilge water and oily waste and then lied about it

United States Regulation

Svitzer crews strike over unpaid overtime claim

The dispute is in regard to an agreement made in 2014 that led to crew working additional hours at a time when the company was struggling

Europe Containers

Brexit will hit UK seafarer jobs, warns Nautilus

UK seafarer numbers were down 1% in 2018, while the numbers of officer cadets and uncertificated officers have fallen 4% and 3% respectively

EU United Kingdom

Shipping is struggling to attract digital talent

Maritime companies get a fraction of the digital talent pie compared with other sectors and costly recruitment is compounded by the high turnover of staff sought for in-demand tech roles

Singapore Maritime Week Crewing

Gulf of Guinea piracy threat persists

Piracy declines globally but Gulf of Guinea accounts for more than 50% of incidents

Nigeria Piracy and Security

Bang to rights

The Geneva Declaration on Human Rights at Sea is a step forward in improving seafarer welfare, but also an indictment of shipping

International Crewing
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