Six months on, what have we learned about the crew change crisis?
During the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic, the subject of crew changes in the shipping industry was front-page
From the 2nd of September, the Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF) is including a remote vessel inspection option as a temporary tool within its Offshore Vessel Inspection Database (OVID),
Hong Kong-based freight forwarder and logistics company, U-Freight says that while the crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has caused a significant reduction in movements of aircraft spares, engines, stabilizers,
The year 2020 has presented a litany of challenges to the safe movement of global project cargo. While heavy lifts and engineered cargo movements always present challenges from a
Port of Rotterdam has announced their half-year results saying that COVID-19 pandemic depressed cargo throughput.
The port achieved a throughput of 218.9 million tonnes in the first six months of 2020,
Today, Project Freight Net (PFN), the project freight forwarders network, announced that proceeding with the PFN2020 conference is not safe or achievable due to Covid-19 restrictions. They have decided to
GEODIS and Volga-Dnepr Airlines recently completed a large charter to deliver urgent supplies of medical equipment, facemasks and PPE to France, operating a series of 48 x Antonov-124 flights
Part 3: The Way Forward
So far, in this series of articles, we have covered The Impact of the coronavirus on crew change logistics in the shipping industry, and The Response
Part 2 of 3: The Response from an industry that has mustered together.
Part 1 of 3: The impact of the coronavirus pandemic on crew changes has been huge. Five companies share their stories and solutions.
The subject of crew changes during the coronavirus