Maritime education, training and certification of seafarers are the most important part of this industry. Here we offer for our readers various views and latest studies of the industry.
McLean began testing different container variations, coming up with the primitive model known as the container even today. However, unlike modern 20′ and 40′ containers, this […]
Ideas about future fleet growth, always partly speculative because of the shipping market’s unpredictable aspects, are now more complex and consequently less solid. by Richard Scott […]
Today the shipping industry is the backbone of the world’s logistical supply chains, responsible for around 80% of all global trade and supported by 2 million seafarers.
Following a period of historically high freight rates, the Container sector is now experiencing a correction. The Container freight market is said to have peaked, as […]
The pandemic caused many changes and hiccups within the U.S. economy, including several supply chain issues. While things are slowly getting back to normal, there are […]
But more data and innovative and multidisciplinary policy responses are needed to enhance the development impacts of creative industries, especially in developing countries. The creative economy offers […]
Amendment to treaty on dumping of waste at sea will remove sewage sludge from list of wastes which may be given dumping permit. The amendment to […]
Jasleen Mann of Ship Technology explores how a hybrid propulsion system can help make vessels flexible and able to adapt to future technology developments. Technology group […]
Project to showcase female involvement in industry over the centuries A group of leading organisations within the maritime industry are collaborating on a project to highlight […]
Supply chain requirements have changed in recent years. Today, to satisfy higher demands, better track the movement of cargo and respond to issues, supply chain stakeholders […]