Seafarer welfare organisation Apostleship of the Sea (AoS) is set to boost its worldwide network to better assist seafarers working in current tough conditions faced by shipping.
wellness at sea
This year, a number of Owners and their brokers are exploring buying low level healthcare insurance, which poses an interesting question for our sector.
The Mission to Seafarers has announced a ‘Strategic Reorganisation’ which is designed to refocus charitable activity on the global ‘regionalisation’ of maritime welfare service provision for seafarers. It will also realise substantial savings and increased efficiency.
nmarsat has announced that global shipping company MOL SHIP MANAGEMENT CO. LTD. have commenced migrating over 100 vessels to the FleetBroadband 6 gigabyte plan
Crew welfare must remain a top priority for the industry
Looking into the future of seafarers welfare
Forced labour in shipping and fishing industries still an issue
Mission to Seafarers supports port levies call to action
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- Green Shipping
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AMSA to discontinue its Differential Global Positioning System service14/11/2019
Maritime UK 2019's Code of Practice for autonomous vessels launched14/11/2019