We are in the early innings of a decade, maybe several decades, of change marked by the clean energy transition, digitalization, post-covid build back and of course, geopolitics.
New research has found that where cyberattacks in the maritime industry lead to a ransom payment, shipowners pay more than $3 million on average to the perpetrators.
Maritime classification societies were born out of a need to ensure the continued safety and security of the maritime domain with respect to the vessels and the various marine aiding constructions. The role of a classification society is thus quite set and of utmost importance. Find out more inside the article.
OneWeb confirms successful satellite launch as it advances on its mission to enable accessibly, ’fibre-like’ connectivity at sea
National Maritime Day in India is celebrated every April 5 to promote safe and environmentally sound intercontinental commerce. This day also focuses on defending and preserving the maritime zone of India.
It’s been said that most of the accidents that take place at sea are because of human error in some form or another. There is an integral connection between human error and marine industry. We try to find out this relation.
A new film from the IMO shows how IMO’s Women in Maritime programme is helping to support gender diversity in the maritime sector
Online freight forwarder iContainers says the maritime industry will be left ‘shaken’ for at least a year following the implementation of the IMO2020 regulation.
There are several maritime issues that needs attention in the year 2014. Here are the top five problems for which seafarers want solutions at the earliest.