DNV GL issued its Viewpoint survey for 2020, highlighting that COVID-19 is forcing companies to explore new suppliers and accelerate digitalization, in response to the supply chain disruption caused by the pandemic.
Stephen Bond, former owner and founder of Videotel Marine International, and Loulla Mouzouris Bond are a husband and wife team that combine many years of expertise in the field of shipping. The team have returned with their newly established company Marine Media Enterprises.
Day 02 of 2020 SAFETY4SEA Virtual Forum focuses on safety and security challenges amid the pandemic crisis
The second day of the SAFETY4SEA Virtual Forum successfully concluded on October 21st focusing on the how the pandemic has affected ship safety, maritime and cyber security as well as marine insurance claims
Maritime decision-makers deem a global economic crisis as the issue that can have the greatest impact on the industry in the next ten years, according to the Global Maritime Issues Monitor 2020 report by the Global Maritime Forum. Meanwhile, regardless of the pandemic, climate issues remain a top priority and increase in rankings of impact, likelihood, and preparedness.
French Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs recently visited European Maritime Safety Agency headquarters in Lisbon, to discuss about several tasks and exchange point of views.
The newly elected President of the Nautical Institute, Jillian Carson-Jackson aims to deal with the three important challenges within the shipping community; diversity and inclusion, branch engagement and managing the impact of technology.
Following the 10th annual United Nations Day of the Seafarer, ABS Chairman, President and CEO, Christopher J. Wiernicki, calls shipping to give crews the support they need to succeed in the digital era.
For the first time in its history, Members attending the American Club’s Annual Meeting in New York yesterday did so remotely, in a virtual format made necessary by the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the unusual circumstances, Members heard that the Club had made solid progress across all business lines over the previous twelve months, with 2020 having also started on a positive note.
New research from the ICS has highlighted that, for users of its ISF Watchkeeper software, incidents of non-conformities continue to drop to increasingly lower levels over the past year.
Following the COVID-19 outbreak, Panama Ship Registry set new digital services in order to give an immediate response to shipowners during the crisis caused by the disease. The Registry has already introduced from 13 April, electronic Ship Registration and Radio Licences issued by the 13 international offices and/or by the 53 consulates offices.
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