Today Dryad Global announced that new international employment rights for seafarers who are captured by pirates come into force on December 26, 2020.
The amendment, comes during a resurgence of
Regardless of what type of work we choose to do, whether it has anything whatsoever to do with international shipping, we should care about the seafarer crew change crisis.
We asked Munro Anderson of Maritime Security firm Dryad Global what's going on with piracy at the moment in relation to heavylift, general cargo and offshore vessels. Here's what he
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
What's your take on the seafarer's situation regarding crew changes? Is progress being made? Can more be done?
We put these questions and more to our Chatham Chats panel recently. Read
Today, The International Maritime Organization (IMO) announced that "Seafarers: at the core of shippingʹs future" has been selected as the World Maritime theme for 2021, reflecting a clear need to
I wrote this a few years ago, but I think it's important to say again today in view of the welfare of our seafarers.
Shipping isn't just a job, it's
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