Australian unions have launched a new campaign ‘to save Australian shipping’, at a...
A new report from the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has revealed that 2017 saw the lowest number of recorded maritime piracy and armed robbery incidents worldwide since 1995.
A series of amendments to the Convention on Facilitation of International Maritime Traffic (FAL Convention) that seeks to boost seafarers' rights to shore leave have come into effect, beginning 1 January 2018.
A new fully automated container terminal has been opened at Yangshan Port in Shanghai, China.
Nautilus International, representing maritime professionals in the UK, Netherlands and Switzerland, has urged the UK Government to ensure that British seafarer's certificates will continue to be recognised within the European Union (EU) during and after Brexit.
American Cruise Lines, one of the biggest cruise companies in the US, launched American Constellation, a new coastal cruise ship, into the waters of Wicomico River, Maryland, US, in July 2016.
Australian unions have launched a new campaign ‘to save Australian shipping’, at a time when the number of Aussie-flagged vessels continues to decline and jobs are being offshored. Abi Millar looks at the threats to Australian maritime labour and ask what the campaign aims to achieve.
The European Council has approved a directive that intends to legalise an agreement signed between the European Community Shipowners' Associations (ECSA) and the European Transport Workers' Federation (ETF) regarding better working conditions for seafarers.
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