In order to make the shipping industry more attractive and competitive, the Government has taken various measures in recent years.
The European Parliament has voted to extend the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) to the shipping sector – which currently pays nothing to emit CO2.
The Port of Long Beach had the best August in its 109-year history, marking a strong start to the peak shipping season, although COVID-19 continues to create long-term economic uncertainty.
This annual event gives supply chain and business professionals the opportunity to hear from the world’s leading trainers, shippers and regulators about the latest trends, updates and best practices impacting the DG industry.
Despite the economic shockwaves engendered by the ongoing global pandemic, the world’s leading carriers continue to display signs of effective strategic management skills.
With India and Bangladesh’s maritime ties getting boosted, India is now transporting goods to the north-east via Bangladesh’s Chattogram (Chittagong) Port.
Marking the International Day of the Seafarer, the UK Government has announced it will host the first international summit on the impact of Covid-19 on crew changes next month, bringing together UN, political and business leaders from across the globe.
Nor-Shipping 2021 is preparing its position as the natural hub for the international maritime and ocean industries to meet, do business and plan for the future in the wake of the current Coronavirus crisis.
Preliminary results from Diversity Study Group survey highlights gender disparity at management level and need for progress on pay gap and workplace culture