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  • Building up Nigeria’s shipping sector

    Nigeria’s Maritime Administration and Safety Agency has developed a comprehensive shipping industry forecast to help provide certainty to investors and identify future opportunities. But with piracy on the rise in...

  • 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...

  • Brexit: the potential impact on UK ports

    With the Brexit deadline looming, the potential impact on the UK’s ports is still unclear. Organisations such as Maritime UK have expressed concern that leaving the European Union without a...

  • Improving air quality at UK ports

    A recent UK Government report has found that emissions from the shipping industry are far higher than previously thought. As this raises concern for air quality in ports such as...

  • Ship Technology Global: Issue 53

    In this issue: The benefits of updating Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems, Finland’s first hybrid-electric ferry, using predictive analytics to help ports cut costs, questions posed by autonomy on...

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