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Shortsea and ro-ro operators are literally providing a lifeline by making sure Europe’s hospitals still stock medicines and its supermarkets still stock food. If they need state support in these exceptional times, so be it
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
USCG’s annual report says total number of ships detained in 2019 fell to 97, from 103 in 2018, out of a total of 8,622 safety examinations
Training for maritime can still be done even with travel restrictions, however there are some tips to be observed if the training is to make a difference, says Videotel managing director Raal Harris
AET parent MISC Group took early and bold decisions to invest in LNG dual-fuel vessels and the industry has responded positively to this
With all meetings at the International Maritime Organization currently suspended, and the full effect of the coronavirus outbreak yet to be felt, doubts are already being raised over the timeline for shipping’s decarbonisation efforts
Agricultural export organisations say detention and demurrage fees are ‘abusive’. But box lines say a politicisation of the debate will exacerbate congestion
Emanuele Grimaldi says he is not opposed to state intervention in such difficult times, but stresses that any financial aid has to be provided in accordance with existing rules, and that individual companies should not be singled out for support at the expense of more robust rivals
NGOs seek assurances from the IMO secretary-general that the regulator will stick to its decarbonisation efforts despite coronavirus disruptions
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