Shipping has proven resilient through the pandemic but challenges of crew change and vaccine passports continue
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Shipping must harness change from customers, stakeholders, financial incentives, and national regulatory frameworks to reach its decarbonisation goals, according to speakers at the 10 March Leadership Insights Live.
Shipping leaders must continually address cyber risks that are unique to their organisations and operating environments.
ICS is delighted to support the #seafarersdeliveringchristmas campaign 2020.
Digitalisation of shipping and on how it is affecting the infrastructure of the industry will be the focus of a webinar on 11 November / Second edition of the Cyber Security Workbook for On Board Ship Use launched.
Mr. William A. O’Neil, Secretary-General Emeritus of the International Maritime Organization (IMO), has died in the United Kingdom, aged 93.
Please complete the survey for every successful or unsuccessful crew change attempted during the COVID-19 pandemic. This will help facilitate crew changes throughout the pandemic in as many ports as possible.
The ever-increasing pace of digital connectivity on board ship has led to the rapid development of onboard communications. Digitalisation is challenging traditional shipping practices, and the shipping industry demands instant access to information. In addition to ensuring safe implementation of these new ways of working the International Chamber of Shipping has now made a wide range of its essential maritime publications available as ebooks.
The COVID-19 pandemic is creating significant challenges for ship operators and seafarers, but new research from the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has highlighted that, for users of its ISF Watchkeeper software, incidents of non-conformities continue to drop to increasingly lower levels over the past year.
International Chamber of Shipping welcomes extension of EU Consortia Block exemption for liner shipping
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), which represents over 80% of the world merchant fleet, has welcomed the confirmation by the European Commission of the extension of the EU Consortia Block Exemption Regulation (BER), without change to the current EU competition regime until at least April 2024.