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Brazil steps in over unpaid crew

Brazil steps in over unpaid crew The vessel Srakane has been laid up in Sao Sebastiao channel, near Sao Paulo, for more than a month. Its 16…        Related Stories Crew change summit commitment offers promise of political progress American Club backs marine cyber risk training Insurer American Hellenic Hull hits 3,000 ships   The vessel…

Maritime has improved in its use of intelligence. It still has room to pick up the pace

Maritime has improved in its use of intelligence. It still has room to pick up the pace More shipping leaders are realising that change is happening. They accept that improvisation is only a temporary fix while transformation…        Related Stories Shipping’s steady course toward decarbonisation Container shipping must join concerted 2050 clean-up effort   More…

Daily Briefing July 9 2020

Daily Briefing July 9 2020 Free to read: Summit to address crew change crisis faces calls for action | Hong Kong tightens crew change policy…         Free to read: Summit to address crew change crisis faces calls for action | Hong Kong tightens crew change policy…         https://lloydslist.maritimeintelligence.informa.com/LL1132159/Daily%20Briefing%20July%209%202020?utm_source=search&utm_medium=RSS&utm_term=&utm_campaign=search_rss9th July 20203:01 am

Tanker gloom forecast for 2021 as dry bulk booms

Tanker gloom forecast for 2021 as dry bulk booms The global energy surplus is seen dragging on earnings for crude and product tankers even though oil demand is recovering…        Related Stories Hafnia seeks dialogue after Ardmore rejects ‘takeunder’ Weekly briefing: Doubts over containers ‘peak’ season; uncertainty in dry bulk World boxship fleet update: A…

Daily Briefing July 8 2020

Daily Briefing July 8 2020 Free to read: Crew welfare crisis: Less than one third of seafarers repatriated | China LNG imports claw back coronavirus…         Free to read: Crew welfare crisis: Less than one third of seafarers repatriated | China LNG imports claw back coronavirus…         https://lloydslist.maritimeintelligence.informa.com/LL1132158/Daily%20Briefing%20July%208%202020?utm_source=search&utm_medium=RSS&utm_term=&utm_campaign=search_rss8th July 20203:03 am

EU takes steps to tackle shipping emissions

EU takes steps to tackle shipping emissions Ships calling at EU ports face a mandatory 40% reduction in carbon intensity and inclusion in the bloc’s Emissions Trading…        Related Stories D’Amico sells two of its oldest medium range tankers Uncertainty over Iran gasoline export ships Crew welfare crisis: Less than a third of seafarers repatriated…