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The European Commission is urging member states to help fast-track crew changes and offer accommodation and transport services to seafarers
Major container shipping lines are urging shippers to hold on to their cargo or move it quickly off-terminal in an effort to protect the supply chain
Remote inspections have become the new reality for the Indian Register of Shipping
Volumes for the first quarter of 2020 are down 8.5% compared with 2019, while 449,568 teu in March represents the lowest monthly cargo throughput at LA since February 2009
Shipping industry steps up efforts to improve crew welfare during the coronavirus crisis, crude tanker rates dip again on talk of Russia-Saudi Arabia oil production truce, and optimism returns to dry bulk sector
With tens of thousands of seafarers trapped on ships, and many more on offshore installations, the challenge of supplying food and other essentials requires meticulous preparation, says Wrist chief Jens Holger Nielsen
Hackett Associates founder Ben Hackett says the coronavirus pandemic is ‘unravelling the economy nationally and globally’ as most of the world moves towards a lockdown
The port posts 19 cancelled sailings in the first quarter of 2020, contributing to a 6.9% decline in overall cargo shipments compared with the first three months of 2019
Agricultural export organisations say detention and demurrage fees are ‘abusive’. But box lines say a politicisation of the debate will exacerbate congestion
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