The 2021 Seafarer Workforce Report from BIMCO and the International Chamber of Shipping warns that the industry must significantly increase training and recruitment levels if it is to avoid a serious shortage in the total supply of officers by 2026.
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Cross-sectoral COP26 event will bring together politicians, shipowners, logistics giants, and other key stakeholders to showcase industry efforts on decarbonisation.
Proposed extension of EU’s Emissions Trading System could jeopardise global negotiations to reduce all emissions, including over 90% of those outside EU jurisdiction
ICS welcomes release of the Ever Given following a settlement that has been reached between authorities and ship owners
Mr Emanuele Grimaldi, Managing Director of the Grimaldi Group, long serving ICS Board member and immediate Vice Chairman, was named as ICS Chair - Designate following a decision by the ICS Board of Directors at a recent meeting, held 22-23 June.
Crew change crisis which swept the industry last year threatens to return, warns ICS chairman Esben Poulsson.
The shipping industry is calling on governments to act in line with their climate commitments and not waste more time in moving forward with the USD 5 billion R&D fund programme that will be decisive in the decarbonisation of the industry
The new fifth edition of the ICS Guide to Helicopter/Ship Operations provides the latest guidance on standardised procedures and facilities for helicopter/ship operations worldwide and encourages safe and efficient performance in the field.
Shipping industry welcomes Nigeria’s creation of ‘Deep Blue’ to stamp out piracy in the Gulf of Guinea
Nigeria has announced a significant investment in military and law enforcement infrastructure as part of a stepping up of actions to address the ongoing piracy issue in the Gulf of Guinea.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has warned that without decisive government signals declining levels of Maritime research and development could jeopardise industry’s ability to decarbonise.