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Travel restrictions, shortage and frequent cancellation of flights, and stricter crew-change requirements in some ports continue to create problems for seafarers, Intercargo says in its annual review
Containerships of all sizes are suffering from severely disrupted sailing schedules as demand continues to overwhelm ports that are unable to process all of the inbound and outbound cargo quickly enough because of trucking shortages and other distribution pressures
Development in the digital space has been rapid: it’s accepted in unlikely places. The need now is standardisation of infrastructure and collaboration among industry players and software providers
Precious Shipping says drugs were found on Chayanee Naree on September 18 at a port in Brazil. Drugs were also found during an inspection of the same vessel in Lagos in Nigeria on October 13
The International Maritime Employers’ Council is to provide about 80 training berths a year to give cadets greater job opportunities and employers a new stream of talent
Although hull performance management is a contributory element to emissions reduction and avoidance of spreading invasive aquatic species, measuring and monitoring are far from simple
Maersk has suspended five crew and amid allegations a US Merchant Marine Academy cadet was raped on a containership in 2019
Seafarer mental health has slipped off the radar as lockdowns are lifted around the world and business charts a new normal. However, calls to a support line have increased rather than decreased
A psychotherapist working with seafarers fears they will be put back in their box when the chaos settles. This could be disastrous for shipping, because bad leadership is closely linked to poor vessel performance
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