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British Ports Association launches new coronavirus information hub and examines the employment implications for UK ports
Coronavirus upends global food supply chains in latest economic shock
The bulk cargoes bauxite and bauxite fines are both commonly-carried cargoes and their...
Despite the challenging and unpredictable future our world faces, I would like to offer some certainty on behalf of our team at the waterway.
IMO Secretary-General seeks UN support over “key worker” designation for seafarers
New Dry Bulk Management Standard launched to improve dry bulk vessel and fleet safety
Director of ABP Humber, Simon Bird, on Keeping Britain Trading Amidst a Global Pandemic
The health and safety of its employees, customers and partners remains the company’s number one priority and it is working hard to assess and mitigate any risks.
Konecranes to start temporary layoff talks in Finland due to impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
The Indian government’s decision to impose a three-week lockdown across the country is expected to have a wide-reaching impact on global shipping
Continuation of operations during COVID-19
Indian ports declare force majeure as COVID-19 lockdown takes hold
TOC Europe will now take place 8 – 10 June 2021 in its usual Rotterdam location, skipping the 2020 event altogether.
Cargill donates disinfecting alcohol
(Posted on 26/03/20)
Cargill, one of Europe's largest alcohol producers, has donated a first batch of 60,000 liters of disinfecting alcohol to the health sector in the Netherlands.
Panama Canal Adopts Measures to Guarantee Sustained Operations Amid COVID-19
As a result of separate actions by the Premier of Quebec and the President of South Africa to contain the spread of COVID-19, Rio Tinto will slow down some of its operations.
The port of Rotterdam and associated logistics activities have been classified as a vital sector by the EU and the Dutch government.
The St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation (SLSMC) marked the opening of the Seaway’s 62nd navigation season with the transit of the NACC Argonaut through Lock 8 on the Welland Canal.
VIKING Safety Academy has addressed a fast-emerging seafarer training issue brought about by coronavirus
A crew specialist has urged ship operators to exercise caution when making crew changeovers while the coronavirus outbreak continues to rampage across the globe.
The British Ports Association is calling on the UK government to broaden the scope of testing and ensure that those working to keep the country supplied with imported food, energy and medicines are protected.