Seafarers and dock workers are still dying while working in enclosed spaces onboard vessels because there is not enough understanding throughout the shipping industry of the risks faced by today’s seafarers.
Internet access for seafarers for personal use is more widespread and available than previously imagined; the positive benefits associated with this access outweigh the feared safety concerns around the technology.
John Dora, member of the International Organization for Standardization's climate change strategy task force, shares his perspectives on adapting to climate change in the transport sector.
The system displays information on other vessels sailing on a vessel's planned route and surrounding sea areas and other ocean conditions, such as shallow waters, on tablets and screens.
The agreement for price assessments between Argus and the Zhoushan city government will bring further price transparency to the port's growing marine fuels market.
East Hope Group signs MoU with KIZAD to explore feasibility of a 15-year, US$10 billion, three-phase development across more than 7 square km.
BIMCO and INTERTANKO have jointly published Q&As addressing the contractual implications owners and charterers should keep in mind when chartering ships fitted with scrubbers.
From January 2020, the IMO will ban ships from using fuels with a sulfur content above 0.5%, compared with 3.5% now. However, there are still concerns and uncertainty over this regulation.
PSA and SATS provide cargo owners and logistics service providers with seamless connectivity, and to boost Singapore’s status as a key multimodal transport hub.
Maersk becomes the first container shipping company to offer digital ocean customs clearance, with the goal of expanding this offering across the world by the end of 2019.