In the latest episode from our Learning from Leaders podcast series, Michael Parker, Chairman of Global Shipping, Logistics and Offshore at Citigroup is joined in conversation by Seatrade Chairman Chris Hayman.
Ship manager Thome Group is making its first step towards having “cashless vessels” working with ShipMoney for a digital payment solution for crew wages.
When it comes to green financing of vessels it is not just about the design, but also operational efficiency and reporting to ensure lower emissions.
Today marks the last day on which interested parties can make submissions to the European Commission (EC) on how its emissions trading scheme (ETS) can be expanded effectively to include shipping.
Financially strapped container line Pacific International Lines (PIL) creditors have voted in favour of the company’s debt restructuring plan.
UK-based international law firm Ince has launched an integrated cyber security solution in conjunction with Mission Secure, one of the world’s leading Operational Technology (OT) cyber security companies, as the debut offering of a new...
With losses of containers overboard already in focus following the ONE Apus incident the 13,092 teu Maersk Essen has lost 750 boxes in the Pacific.
The loss of containers from vessels in bad weather was very much in the headlines at the end of last year with the ONE Apus, and incident also highlighted the hugely complex calculations and operations behind the safe loading of ultra-large vessels.
After 47 years of mostly frictionless trade between the UK and European Community countries, an overnight transition to a new era of border controls and customs procedures was never a realistic prospect. Any more realistic, in fact, than the “oven...
Enforcement of regulations is “critically important” in the issue of tackling container fires, says mutual insurer TT Club.