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Seafarers are most frustrated by wage stagnation: Survey Report
Wage stagnation is a major frustration for seafarers, causing a decline in overall satisfaction levels. The Seafarers Happiness Index (SHI) dropped to 6.36/10 from 6.6 in the third quarter of 2023, with complaints about unpaid working hours, lack of wage rises, delayed salaries, and hidden costs from manning agents. Seafarers desire fair compensation that recognizes their efforts... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Feb-2024



UK extends funding for seafarer cadets
Seafarer cadets in the UK can now continue to access financial support for their training up until spring 2025, as funds have been locked in for a further 6 months. According to the UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency (UK MCA), with this pot of money, eligible seafarers have the opportunity to get half of their training paid... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:14-Feb-2024



PH: 10-Year Maritime Industry Development Plan Approved
President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has approved the 10-year updated Maritime Industry Development Plan 2028 (MIDP). Executive Order No. 55 adopts the plan as the country’s whole-of-nation roadmap for the integrated development of the maritime industry. The plan calls for modernization and expansion of the shipping industry, promotion of a skilled maritime workforce, and more... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Feb-2024



Crewing industry must prepare for challenges
THE industry needs to take action now to prepare for future crewing challenges and retain quality seafarers, manning agency Senator Crewing Manila said. A Baltic and International Maritime Council (Bimco) report warned of a potential officer shortage by 2026, projecting a need for 89,510 additional officers to join the 1.89 million currently serving the global fleet... -The Manila Times

Posted On:14-Feb-2024



Anglo Eastern Group to hire more Indian women seafarers
Anglo Eastern Group, one of the largest employers of Indian seafarers, has said it would recruit more women seafarers as part of a drive to increase gender diversity in the shipping sector. The Hong Kong-based company has committed to annually hire at least 40 women seafarers who have undergone `ratings’ training... -BusinessLine

Posted On:14-Feb-2024



Digital trends transforming the shipping industry
The 2024 SMART4SEA Forum successfully concluded on Tuesday 13th of February 2024 at the Bookcastle of the National Library of Greece of SNFCC, Athens, focusing on key trends that shape the future of the maritime industry, highlighting the need to focus on reliable data and bridge the competence gap due to the new technologies and green shipping developments... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:14-Feb-2024



Norway's Green Hydrogen Revolution: A Major Breakthrough in Maritime Sustainability
Norway marks a milestone in maritime history with NTE's green hydrogen production for ships. Despite challenges, the nation is committed to scaling up and maintaining cost competitiveness, while fostering a greener global energy landscape... -BNN Breaking

Posted On:14-Feb-2024



Trinidad and Tobago Launches Beach Cleanup Initiative after Devastating Oil Spill
First responders and volunteers from Trinidad and Tobago worked to contain an oil spill discovered in the country's waters. The spill affected the coast of Tobago island and required the deployment of barriers and cleaning efforts. The Prime Minister declared it a national emergency as the investigation into the spill and its impact continues... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Feb-2024



NSRI Gqeberha saves crew from sinking ship near Port
NSRI Gqeberha duty crew responded to a Mayday distress call from a sinking vessel with 3 crew members onboard. The crew was safely rescued by NSRI and other vessels, and the environmental impact is being assessed. The swift response to the emergency is commended... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Feb-2024



LPG Carrier Bougainville: Drifting Ship with Lost Propeller Raises Safety Concerns
In a maritime incident near Melbourne, the LPG carrier Bougainville lost its propeller during testing and was left adrift. Australian officials and maritime authorities swiftly intervened to tow the vessel to safety. As the ship awaits repairs, questions arise about the cause of the failure, highlighting the inherent risks of maritime transport... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Feb-2024



Belgian farmers’ protests cause disruption at Antwerp port
Operations at the port of Antwerp were seriously affected as hundreds of farmers on tractors blocked roads demanding better wages and working conditions. This protest adds to a series of actions by angry farmers across Europe, disrupting supply chains and costing companies millions of euros. The situation is a matter of great concern... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Feb-2024



Inchcape and Ambrey Collaborate to Improve Maritime Safety and Security
Leading port agency Inchcape Shipping Services and risk consultancy Ambrey are launching a strategic partnership to enhance safety and security in the maritime sector. With threats on the rise, the companies aim to revolutionize safety protocols and address potential risks for shipowners and operators. They will offer services such as citadel inspections and ship security assessments... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Feb-2024



Putting humans at the centre of maritime operations
During the 2023 SAFETY4SEA Singapore Forum, Capt. Sanjay Mittal, Chief Executive Officer, Racon Marine Consultants Pte. Ltd., gave a presentation which centred on the vital theme of human factor in current and industry initiatives... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:14-Feb-2024



Five schools of thought on key maritime issues
Wolfgang Lehmacher, Richard Watson, Mikael Lind, Jillian Carson-Jackson and Sukhjit Singh release details of a new maritime expert study. Stakeholders often have diverse backgrounds with different interests, which can lead to divergent and conflicting points of view. The competitive maritime industry is marked by power dynamics and competing priorities... -Splash 247

Posted On:14-Feb-2024



Carnival Corporation’s First New Building in Five Years Ordered
Carnival Corporation announced its first newbuild contract since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, signing a deal for a fourth Excel-class cruise ship with German shipbuilder Meyer Werft. The 180,000-ton vessel is expected to join the fleet in spring 2027, offering space for over 6,400 guests and powered by LNG... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Feb-2024



ClassNK launches E-Learning courses on Shipping and Shipbuilding Industry
ClassNK has introduced a new range of e-Learning courses offering an introductory course covering the foundational and technical knowledge required for professionals and stakeholders in the shipping and shipbuilding industries. The courses will be offered through the class society’s training and education service, ClassNK Academy, split into four separate modules... -Smart Maritime Network

Posted On:14-Feb-2024


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