Tideworks has entered into a joint venture with Brenock Technology, a provider of software applications and consulting services for multiple industries, which aims to deliver enhanced management tools and solutions to port terminals and cruise...
The current seafarer safety crisis will come under the spotlight with a dedicated webinar session during Digital Maritime Week, which runs from 22 – 26 June 2020.
Brazilian state oil and gas firm Petrobras says that it will not hire tankers that have operated in Venezuela during 2019, the period in which the US imposed sanctions on Caracas, reported Reuters.
As a global solution to the crew change crisis remains elusive the International Transport Workers Federation (ITF) and its affiliated seafarer unions say they now assist their members to stop working and leave their vessels.
The Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers Singapore Branch (ICS-SG) has announced a new training initiative to provide maritime education to persons with disabilities.
PSA Cargo Solutions, a unit of PSA International, and One Network Enterprises have formed a strategic partnership to expand services for global terminal operations and logistics.
How the use of technology in the maritime world has been accelerated by the pandemic was the subject of a webinar hosted by Maritime London (ML) in partnership with Lloyd’s Register (LR) at the end of last week.
Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) and its consortium members have applied to the Nippon Foundation to seek funding for demonstration voyages to test technologies for unmanned vessels by March 2021.