The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) today released a shareholder advisory note detailing governance issues at International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI).
ITF is assisting the crew of the vessel C Star, who have been abandoned unpaid in Barcelona by its charterers, the rightwing youth group Defend Europe.
A group of nine seafarers from the Panama-flagged cargo ship Seccadi, who were left stranded on UK’s Mersey River for almost three weeks, have now returned home.
ITF is advising seafarers to be wary of emails claiming to be from “Princess Cruise Line Australia” offering a choice of 846 highly-paid jobs on board cruise ships.
The move is the latest by the ITF in support of the crew of the vessel, which has been effectively abandoned in Aberdeen, Scotland by its owners, and detained by the MCA at the federation’s request.
A four-strong team of representatives from ITF unions committed to continued dialogue with AP Møller-Mærsk at the company’s AGM in Copenhagen.
ITF is pleased to announce that the 17 crew members of the Sea Honest, who were abandoned unpaid and unprovisioned in Algeria in July 2016, have finally returned home.
In an international expression of support for the current plight of Spanish dockworkers, yesterday told EC that the IDC was withdrawing from its Sectoral Social Dialogue process.
ITF is pleased to announce that the 12 strong crew of the Malaviya 20 – the ship abandoned in Great Yarmouth, UK in June last year – finally began their journey home on Tuesday.