The UN International Labour Organization (ILO) tripartite of shipowners, governments, and transport workers unions have agreed to new measures to strengthen the Maritime Labour Convention (MLC), based...
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and Egypt’s Suez Canal Authority (SCA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) covering key issues impacting international ship owners and ope...
The Russia-Ukraine crisis has highlighted the importance of LNG in the global energy commodities mix, with LNG bunkering set to receive a boost from a growing ship fleet, reflecting the need to switch...
At the second webinar organised by the European Logistics Platform (ELP) this year, more than 75 EU policymakers and industry representatives met to discuss with experts the challenges of the maritime...
Work will commence at the IMO to develop guidelines for the safety of ships using ammonia as fuel, according to IBIA...
IMO has welcomed the 100th ratification of the International Labour Organization (ILO)'s Maritime Labour Convention (MLC), 2006, which is the global instrument mandating seafarers' employment ...
A group of 14 organisations has released its new Vessel Reporting and Data Quality white paper, which calls for the maritime sector to create a new data standard aimed at evolving noon reports into ho...
The European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO) would like to express its support for the 5th sanction package against Russia, as adopted by the EU Member States on 8 April...
The Getting to Zero Coalition’s third update of Mapping of Zero Emission Pilots and Demonstration Projects showcases global action across the value chain and delivers valuable new insights into ...
For shipping to decarbonize, fuels need to decarbonize...
The cargo ship that caught fire in the Atlantic while transporting roughly 4,000 Volkswagen Group vehicles to the US has sunk despite efforts to tow it to safety...
A salvage team boarded the stricken Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) car carrier Felicity Ace at the end of last week to assess the damage caused by the fire that started in its cargo decks on 16...
Despite the long road that lies ahead, after years of lobbying efforts there is finally a shift in the collective mindset of the shipping industry to put more emphasis on its carbon footprint...
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS,) representing 80% of the world's merchant fleet, has warned of supply chain disruption should the free movement of Ukrainian and Russian seafarers ...
A large cargo ship was drifting near the mid-Atlantic Azores Islands on 17 February after its 22 crew members were evacuated due to a fire on board, the Portuguese navy said...
UK Ministers and the Scottish government have reached a deal over proposed freeports in Scotland, after months of disagreement over what No 10 has billed as one of the main economic benefits of B...
The EU's good intentions of reducing greenhouse gas emissions from shipping could be hampered by two measures that interact poorly with each other...
Environmental certification program Green Marine Europe has announced eleven new shipowners that have become candidates for GME labeling...
Through this knowledge partnership, GCMD and the Global Maritime Forum will collaborate around low or net-zero emission projects and programmes, such as the sharing of knowledge and data analytics, an...
The European Commission has proposed adding shipping to the bloc’s carbon market for the first time, in a move that is set to shake up the industry after years of avoiding pollution charges by t...
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