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Crew quarantine costs not covered by P&I

P&I Clubs have different approaches about the issue of whether shipowners can claim for escalating crew quarantine costs

International Crewing

Governments have created crew crisis but charterers can help solve it, says ICS

After months of frustration, certain shipowners have begun to criticise the chartering community for contributing little to crew change efforts. Owners have alleged that it is common enough for charterers to deny permission for crew change deviations even if paid for by the owners alone

International Containers

Shippers have a duty to speak up for stranded seafarers

Carriers should seek the support of customers in highlighting the plight of seafarers, who are the lifeblood of the global economy and yet whose health and welfare are still being overlooked

International Containers

Cruise sector could come to the aid of Beirut victims

The cruiseship industry has been brought to a virtual standstill by the global pandemic, so why not reactivate some of the anchored ships to help those who lost their homes and livelihoods in the Beirut blast?

Lebanon CMA CGM

Crew change costs shipowner $820,000, says ICS

Exorbitant costs attached to crew transfers exemplified by the case of a crew travelling from Cote d’Ivoire to Paris, where a charter flight awaited to Doha, from where the seafarers could fly to India 

International Crewing

Genco makes strides in repatriation of seafarers

The company has a favourable outlook for the dry bulk market due to an all-time low orderbook to fleet ratio combined with recovering demand

International Dry Bulk

Weekly briefing: Beirut blast to impact containers; dry bulk sentiment rises

The devastating explosion that destroyed much of the port infrastructure in Beirut is expected to have a lasting effect on container traffic to the country, while the Baltic Dry Index picked up this week on the back of improving sentiment in the capesize and panamax segments

Containers Dry Bulk

Charterers lambasted for indifference to crews’ plight

Hajioannou is one of the first major shipowners to publicly call out charterers for being part of the problem rather than the solution

International Greece

Seafarers stop ships as crew crisis worsens

ITF calls for action as ship crews begin to take up rights to stop working beyond contracted period

Asia Pacific Australia
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