Country can become ‘go to location’ despite fears over training standards and ferry safety
- Maximising reform in the Philippines
- Philippines Congress approves a Bill to overhaul maritime authority
- Filipino seafarers are spared EU ban
United Nations maritime agency calls for exit checks at portsEbola outbreak forces CMA CGM to reorganise...
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Wage differentials with Asian crews narrowing, experts sayHelping seafarers left high and dry
MOL bulker trials NSafe steel as shipping continues its quest to improve safetyAre complex onboard systems too clever now?
Owners face financial risk from defects, P&I club warns
Your views on ballast water
Lloyd’s List survey lifts lid on industry sentiment on controversial environmental legislation
World Maritime University could serve as the model for a shipping industry staff college
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Hermann Klein Interview
As fuel costs rise Dr Klein gives his thoughts with Craig Eason
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