A spate of recent cyberattacks on maritime-related companies has highlighted the ongoing risks inherent to an increasingly digitally connected industry.
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Agenda: ANY OTHER BUSINESS. Submitted by ICS
The Port of Singapore has cemented its position as a key maritime hub, leading the charge on decarbonisation, digitalisation and supply chain resilience. Kenneth Lim, Assistant CEO, Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) tells ICS about the factors contributing to its ongoing success.
This publication provides guidance on how to combat drug trafficking at sea and to recognise the signs of drug use and dependence among crew members. Considered the leading industry publication on the topic, this 2023 - 2024 edition has been fully updated by industry experts to assist shipping companies, Masters and officers, to help prepare, prevent, protect and how to respond when faced with drug trafficking and drug abuse at sea.
One calendar year on from the start of the conflict in Ukraine, fierce fighting on land shows no sign of abating.
MSC 107-17-6 – Proposal to revise MSC.1/Circ.1353/Rev.2 to permit lashing software as a supplement to container stowage and securing plan
Agenda: WORK PROGRAMME. Submitted by Germany, IACS and ICS
MSC-107-17-7 – Proposal for a new output to develop minimum Performance Standards for Dual Frequency Multi-Constellation Satellite-Based Augmentation Systems (DFMC SBAS) and Advanced Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring (ARAIM) in shipborne radionavigation receivers
Agenda: WORK PROGRAMME. Submitted by Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Kingdom of the Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, EC, ICS, IALA and NI.
India’s recent passing of the Anti-Maritime Piracy Bill (2019) in December 2022 reassures shipowners and operators that countering maritime piracy in the region continues to be a high priority.
The Lloyds Open Form (LOF) contract for vessel salvage is undergoing a major revamp in response to declining use by the maritime community.
Ship technology suppliers are aiming to submit a proposal to IMO on improving data sharing to appease growing discontent among shipowner customers.