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Feeder lines can set aside Dockers’ Clause says Dutch court

A preliminary court hearing in The Netherlands has ruled that the Non-Seafarers’ Work Clause, the so-called Dockers’ Clause of a collective bargaining agreement (CBA)...

Crisis looms for trapped crews warns IMO

The Maritime sector is on the verge of a humanitarian crisis the International Maritime Organization (IMO) secretary general told permanent representatives of the United...

Union backlash against feeder operators’ challenge to cargo handling rules

Unions launched a legal challenge against ship operators who they claim are reneging on an internationally agreed deal in 2019, following a complaint filed...

New alliance calls on governments to designate seafarers as key workers

An alliance of leading shipping, ship management and maritime service companies has called on governments to urgently defuse the "time bomb" it says has...

ITF claims shipping lines are ignoring lashing rules

Container ship operators, particularly in Europe and Canada, are allegedly flouting regulations and reneging on collective bargaining agreements (CBA) that are aimed at protecting...

DP World anger at MUA as dispute intensifies

DP World’s COO Andrew Adam hit back at the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) accusing the union of “grandstanding” in preference to collective bargaining...
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