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International Chamber of Shipping unveils plans for zero emissions

The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has presented plans to the International Maritime Organization (IMO), detailing urgent measures which governments must take to help...

Piracy downtrend leads to High-Risk Areas adjustments in Indian Ocean

Shipping and oil organisations have agreed to reduce the geographic boundaries of the "High-Risk Area" (HRA) for piracy in the Indian Ocean due to...

BIMCO/ICS Seafarer Workforce Report predicts serious seafarer shortage

The world's largest direct-membership organisation for shipowners, Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO), and the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) have launched the new...

Fears grow that stranded crew numbers will return to 2020 levels

Eleven industry figures shared their concerns that Covid-19 variants could see crew numbers trapped on board ships beyond the end of their contracts soar...

Panama Canal fees increase postponed for June

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has announced that it will postpone price increases on canal transit fees which were due to come into effect...

Digitalisation: An arrow in shipping’s quiver or hackers’ ace in the hole?

Digitalisation in the maritime sector remains a double-edged sword, because while technology and digital tools support the supply chain significantly, these same tools have...

Maritime sector unites behind stranded seafarers

Maritime industry companies and organisations have united to produce and sign the Neptune Declaration, a document that seeks to protect seafarers and put pressure...

ICS calls on governments to prioritise seafarers for Covid vaccination

The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) is leading calls for governments to prioritise seafarers and frontline maritime shore workers in the vaccine queue and...

Shipping organisations set stranded crew vaccination as a top priority

Shipping associations and carriers are concerned that the failure to deal with the current seafarer situation, leaving up to 400,000 crew stranded abord ships...

Leading maritime bodies set industry’s digitalisation priorities

A clutch of major maritime associations have called on maritime industry stakeholders, governments and inter-governemental organisations to collaborate in order to accelerate the digitalisation...
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