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  • Ship Technology Global: Issue 54

    In this issue: Boosting seafarers’ rights to shore leave, India’s move to manage part of the strategic Chabahar Port, post-Brexit challenges for the UK’s ports, regulating shipping emissions at British...

  • Tackling corruption in the maritime world

    In its latest sustainability report, shipping giant Maersk hit out at the ongoing corruption in the maritime sector, criticising “an environment where facilitation payments and extortion are common occurrences”. What...

  • February’s top news stories

    The IMO signed a new MoU with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to support the growth of sustainable shipping, and a three-company consortium secured a contract worth...

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