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Posted: 4 months ago

Singapore warns of increasing number of COVID-19-infected seafarers, breaches of SHN orders

Singapore Shipping Association has voiced concern about the increasing number of seafarers arriving ...

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  • Vessels
Posted: 4 months ago
Posted: 4 months ago

Stranded seafarers on board Danish ships can return home

The Danish government, together with Danish Shipping, the maritime section of the Danish Metalworke...

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  • Human Capital
Posted: 4 months ago
Posted: 4 months ago

ITF: 600,000 seafarers impacted by crew change crisis

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) estimates that there are now approximately 300...

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  • Human Capital
Posted: 4 months ago
Posted: 4 months ago

Maersk says crew change situation not tenable as it pushes with repatriation efforts

Danish container shipping major Maersk is pushing forward with the repatriation of its seafarers, li...

Categories:
  • Vessels
Posted: 4 months ago
Posted: 4 months ago

Maritime summit: 13 governments promise to solve crew change crisis

Twelve countries have committed to facilitating crew changes and achieving key worker designation fo...

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  • Authorities & Government
Posted: 4 months ago
  • long read
Posted: 4 months ago
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The declining attractiveness of working at sea: Where do we go from here?

The maritime sector is the backbone of the global supply chain, with 90 per cent of the world trade,...

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  • Human Capital
Posted: 4 months ago
Posted: 4 months ago

Maritime industry urges EU leaders to ensure crew changes for thousands of seafarers

Maritime partners urge leaders “to commit to doing everything in their power” to promote...

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  • Human Capital
Posted: 4 months ago
Posted: 5 months ago

Philippines opens ‘green lane’ for seafarers in Asia

The Philippines opened the first “green lane” for seafarers in Asia to allow the free movement of se...

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  • Human Capital
Posted: 5 months ago
Posted: 5 months ago

ICS: 400,000 seafarers stranded at sea and shore due to crew change crisis

A staggering number of seafarers is being impacted by the inability to carry out crew changes due to...

Categories:
  • Vessels
Posted: 5 months ago
  • long read
Posted: 5 months ago

Crew repatriation: the brighter side of things

The number of seafarers pending their sign-off at sea is increasing by the day as the industry await...

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  • Vessels
Posted: 5 months ago
Posted: 5 months ago

HRAS disassociates from ITF’s ‘Enough is enough’ call to action

Maritime NGO Human Rights at Sea (HRAS) has denounced the ‘Enough is enough’ call to action by the I...

Categories:
  • Vessels
Posted: 5 months ago
Posted: 5 months ago

ITF: Enough is enough! Hundreds of seafarers to start leaving ships

Seafarers are going to start enforcing their right to stop working, leave ships and return home with...

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  • Vessels
Posted: 5 months ago
Posted: 5 months ago

Singapore approves over 4,000 crew change cases during coronavirus

More than 4,000 cases of crew sing-on and signoff have been approved by the Maritime and Port Author...

Categories:
  • Human Capital
Posted: 5 months ago
Posted: 5 months ago

Singapore sees 1st full crew change under new COVID-19 compliant guidelines

The first seafarers to benefit from the use of chartered flight to comply with the new crew change p...

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  • Human Capital
Posted: 5 months ago
Posted: 6 months ago

Unions, employers give govts one month to sort out crew changes

After extending seafarers’ contracts at sea twice due to the overall challenges for executing ...

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  • Human Capital
Posted: 6 months ago
Posted: 6 months ago

Maritime bodies release plan to resolve crew change crisis

Prompted by the growing crisis affecting around 150,000 seafarers stuck at sea and unable to sign of...

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  • Human Capital
Posted: 6 months ago
Posted: 7 months ago

150,000 seafarers in need of crew change

150,000 seafarers will be in need of crew change by May 15, according to the latest data compiled by...

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  • Human Capital
Posted: 7 months ago
Posted: 7 months ago

ITF: COVID-19 is no excuse to cut seafarers’ wages

At a time when seafarers are keeping the world moving, COVID-19 cannot be used as an excuse to lowe...

Categories:
  • Human Capital
Posted: 7 months ago
Posted: 8 months ago

Coronavirus: MPA Singapore Softens Ban on Crew Changes

The Port of Singapore has softened the ban on crew changes amid the coronavirus pandemic. ...

Posted: 8 months ago
Posted: 8 months ago

ICS, ITF Urge Govts to Ensure Uninterrupted Crew Changes and Keep World Trade Moving

ICS and ITF have urged governments to ensure uninterrupted crew changes amid the coronavirus crisis....

Posted: 8 months ago
Posted: 8 months ago

ICS: Issue of Crew Change Poses Serious Concern amid Coronavirus Crisis

The issue of crew change that has arisen due to the coronavirus should be of particular concern, ICS...

Posted: 8 months ago
Posted: over 4 years ago

Chinese Crews Cleared to Conduct Crew Changes in Brazil

Chinese crews have been allowed to embark, disembark and go ashore in Brazil after five years of sus...

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  • Business & Finance
Posted: over 4 years ago