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ICS sees stabilisation in China as outbreak spreads

The International Chamber of Shipping reports that the coronavirus outbreak is costing the industry $350m each week in lost revenues

International Chamber of Shipping Mediterranean Shipping Co

Class enables the implementation of regulation, says Sinha

The managing director of IR Class explained how classification societies play a significant role in enabling shipping to meet regulatory requirements

India Classification

Polaris VLOC stranded off northeast Brazil

Polaris Shipping says the latest incident should not be linked with an earlier sinking of another very large ore carrier owned by the company, which killed 22 seafarers in 2017

Dry Bulk Casualty

Union calls on new UK maritime minister to boost jobs

The maritime union wants greater investment in education, tighter rules on competency certificates and improvements to the tonnage tax scheme

United Kingdom Political and Trade

Venture capital-backed Danelec focuses on IoT growth

Hans Ottosen tells Lloyd’s List why it was necessary to relinquish a majority stake in the company if the opportunities identified in the IoT area were to be secured

Denmark Technology and Innovation

Polaris Shipping chief convicted over Stellar Daisy's fatal sinking

Families of the victims made clear they though the the court had handed down a derisory punishment. They said they would appeal to hold Mr Kim liable for the loss of the seafarers’ lives

South Korea Dry Bulk

Concerns raised over oxygen depletion cases in enclosed spaces

The cases on board a tanker and bulk carrier, which led to two deaths including a deck cadet, involved lack of awareness and training about entering enclosed spaces

Safety Crewing

Carnival cruiseships trial on-time arrival system

Hamburg Vessel Co-ordination Centre and Wärtsilä have successfully trialled an ECDIS-based system designed to improve efficiency

Technology Passenger

Managing the transition from sea to shore

Seafarers are trained in technical skills when on board ship, while management looks for soft skills. Moving from one to the other appears much less structured than the industry would like

Crewing Ship operations
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