A fall in Chinese coal demand and the second round of European virus lockdowns has deflated a nascent dry bulk recovery, despite strong demand for iron ore.
Enchanted Princess, our newest state-of-the-art ship, spent over 18 months in Fincantieri Shipyard from keel laying to her sail away.
Jarjana Sankara Rao, a 26-year-old mariner from Andhra Pradesh was brought to the Indian high commission in Abuja by a commission official after being detained in Port Harcourt, Nigeria for 17 months owing to the fact that his vessel, MT Apecus, entered the country’s waters without proper authorization.
MSC is delighted to have once again won the “Best Shipping Line – Asia-Africa” at the 2020 Asian Freight, Logistics and Supply Chain Awards (AFLAS). MSC has won this award for the second year running, which attests to our strong performance on this trade.
ITF welcomes the announcement this week by the AMSA that it will be ending temporary exemptions for vessels to have seafarers on board for longer than the 11 months maximum stipulated by the ILO’s MLC.
The tragic death of a Peruvian fisher off the coast of Uruguay has angered the country’s Transport Workers’ Union, who say the international industry’s mistreatment of workers has been ignored for too long.
Broward County’s Port Everglades received three Super Post-Panamax container gantry cranes, the largest of their kind worldwide.
With seafarers recognised as key workers and critical to supply chains they should be added to the list of frontline workers to receive Covid-19 protections, according to Nautilus International.
MOL announced that, along with MOL Group company MOLIS, it has developed and introduced the Online ABLOG web application, which processes and utilizes abstract log (ablog) data, improving operational efficiency both onboard and on shore.