The maritime industry in Turkey is no different to the rest of the world in having been badly impacted by the pandemic but is well placed to “bounce back” afterwards, according to Dr Şadan Kaptanoğlu, BIMCO president and ceo of HI Kaptanoğlu...
With 25 June marking the annual IMO ‘Day of the Seafarer’ Intercargo has again highlighted the plight of seafarers stranded on their vessels and says its fortunate there have not been fatal accidents at sea.
Fifteen Filipino crew members onboard the Hong Kong-flagged vessel PTI Sextans arrested in Panama are being repatriated on humanitarian grounds despite Covid-19 restrictions.
Winners of the 13th edition of Seatrade Maritime Awards Asia were unveiled in an inaugural online celebration.
We are currently at a critical stage for ballast water management regulations. The focus for many shipowners is now shifting beyond certification to operational compliance, while we are still yet to reach the expected peak of retrofits.
The ongoing crew change crisis was top of the agenda for International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) chairman Esben Poulsson in his keynote remarks at the opening of the Informa Markets Digital Maritime Week.
It’s turned into one of the most serious stories in recent years involving shipping – the crew change crisis.
The Cyprus Shipping Chamber (CSC) has called on governments to follow the example of Cyprus by adopting measures to facilitate crew changes.