ICS Secretary General, Guy Platten, will lead a delegation of industry leaders to meet with the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva.
A captain of an oil tanker ship was murdered by armed assailants off the coast of eastern Venezuela, Reuters reported.
The Ministry of Health and Public Health Department of Cayman Islands is aware that a cruise ship has been scheduled to arrive in Grand Cayman on Wednesday 26th February, which has been denied landing in Jamaica.
NSPCA confirms that an urgent application to the High Court has been launched to interdict the impending export by sea of live sheep to Kuwait.
WACT is quickly earning a reputation as the gateway to Eastern Nigeria and a strong alternative to ports in Lagos.
Marakeb Technologies and Fincantieri, one of the world’s largest shipbuilding groups, signed a Memorandum of Understanding in order to explore global collaboration opportunities in the field of autonomous technology.
IRClass’ Managing Director Mr Suresh Sinha asserted that classification societies are looking beyond their traditional roles as regulators and exploring ways in which they can leverage their technical expertise to stay relevant to the industries they serve.
Thordon Bearings’ ThorPlas-Blue has established itself as the bearing of choice for deck equipment, with European shipyards and owners frequently specifying the grease-free bearing system as standard for vessels’ winches, fairleads, davits, capstans, and windlasses.
London IP week 2020 is in full swing. Coronavirus and its effects on global GDP, trade, demand and the oil price are unsurprisingly a major talking point.
The much-anticipated Regent Seven Seas Cruises Seven Seas Splendor sets a new standard as it sets sail this week from PortMiami.