A year ago the crew change crisis was attracting mainstream media attention, but it now seems to have dropped from view a victim perhaps that dreaded phrase the “new normal”, while ship managers and owners continue to struggle with lengthy...
It shouldn’t be terribly surprising that the poor treatment of seafarers by too many governments and their agencies during the pandemic has made their career markedly less attractive.
One session at London International Shipping Week’s main conference at IMO Headquarters assessed the industry's social impact, the areas in which external pressure may be applied in the future, and how businesses can prepare for that pressure.
Sea Asia, scheduled from 21 to 23 September 2021 in Singapore, is the maritime industry’s key event in Asia whose agenda is designed to address the intersection of decarbonisation, technology, innovation and talent.
Delays to the schedule of the containership ONE Contribution due to Covid cases among the crew are now set to stretch across the entire month of September.
The recently published Seafarer Workforce Report 2021 made positive reading for gender diversity within the maritime sector.
Despite the best efforts of various industry groups, global shipping has failed to get its messages on crew welfare heard by many governments, ports and regulatory authorities.