A new state-of-the-art Operational Centre to support the delivery of remote services to maritime customers has been launched in Hamburg, Germany, by the world’s leading classification society, DNV GL – Maritime
IMEC and the ITF have set up quarantine and testing facilities in Manila to facilitate crew changes and address concerns about quarantine quality and fake COVID-19 tests.
Insurtech, Concirrus has launched its new Beyond Covid: The Marine Insurance Resilience Blueprint, which shares unique insights from leading experts at IUMI, Swiss Re, AEGIS London, Whitespace and others into the consequences of COVID-19 and key considerations for 2021.
The goal is to bring a much needed COVID-19 vaccine to emerging and developing nations. The agreement establishes integrated logistics to enable efficient worldwide distribution of COVAXX’s COVID-19 vaccine.
The Port of Long Beach accomplished a pair of records in September by achieving its busiest month ever and its most active quarter in its 109-year history.
As part of its commitment to the health and safety of its guests and crew, MSC Cruises will be the first cruise operator which will install this new and advanced technology on MSC Seashore, the first of the two “Seaside Evo” class ships.
There was an outbreak of COVID-19 on the BHP-chartered iron ore bulk carrier Vega Dream, the vessel has left its anchorage off Port Hedland on Wednesday evening to return to the Philippines and has declined medical assistance.
The “Vega Dream”(174,713MT, built July 2010) owned and managed by Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) with a crew of twenty, has COVID-19 cases onboard, at Port Hedland, Western Australia.
Singapore has announced that it will launch pleasure cruises ‘cruises to nowhere’ that don’t actually visit any ports in November 2020. These cruises may be the next big thing in COVID-safe travel.