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In a bid for the voice of nautical professionals to be heard, a Maritime Professional Council has been formed to offer professional advice and will be launched in London next month
Congestion has led to capacity shortages on the main east-west trade lanes. Carriers are now pulling vessels from less profitable trades to service the demand
Some 66 vessels, mostly under 5,000 gross tonnes, identified as falsely flagged with 15 registries, IMO secretariat report shows
The decarbonisation pathway is more than alternative fuels; it’s thinking about the vessel and the voyage holistically. The role played by commercial divers in monitoring performance is too often overlooked
The tankers are two of the 138 ships managed by the Ofer family’s shipping business
Interest in digitalisation has grown so fast over the past year that adding a few more satellites will not satisfy demand for long. Inmarsat’s newly unveiled Orchestra, an integrated capability, will avoid the need to continually reinvent the wheel
The reports found that ongoing issues relating to crew travel, uncertainty regarding leave, and an almost complete and universal ban on shore leave are taking a ‘negative toll’ on seafarers
Less than half of containerships arrive at their scheduled time. But while reliability wanes, carriers are adding to costs with surcharges
Chief executive Rajeev Suri says the network will integrate GEO, LEO and terrestrial 5G into one solution, enabling close-shore navigation for autonomous vessels and other benefits for maritime
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