While the basic principles of navigation have not changed for hundreds of years, despite use of new tools such as satellite navigation, shipping is constantly evolving.
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With the decarbonisation of shipping now the main driver of change, the shipping industry is facing a 4th Propulsion Revolution.
To achieve the development of viable zero-carbon emission ships, ICS and its industry partners are proposing the establishment of a groundbreaking $5 billion Research & Development (R&D) fund.
The ILO Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) entered into force in August 2013. This page contains information to help shipowners and operators ensure compliance
Shipping’s ability to offer economic and efficient long distance transport puts it at the centre of the world economy.
Shipping is the least environmentally damaging form of commercial transport and, compared with land based industry, is a comparatively minor contributor to pollution from human activities.
Graph of the Predicted increase in world Seaborne trade. GDP and population
Link to UNCTAD review of Maritime Transport 2019
Graph and Table to show the tonnage of dead weight for various countries