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BCMEA and ILWU announce another collective agreement two days after failed vote

The ILWU leadership and the BCMEA have ‘concluded a negotiated collective agreement’ two days after the union’s rank and file rejected a deal recommended by the leadership. The rejection of two deals so far suggests that third time might not necessarily be the charm

Ports and Logistics Containers

Seafarer recruitment fees reveal the dark side of crewing

Seafarers’ mental health is being put at risk by payment of hefty recruitment fees. Recruitment agents’ demanding fees could seriously damage the industry’s reputation

India Philippines

Strike starts in Canada’s west coast ports

A series of meetings Thursday through Friday night failed to yield a tentative agreement, but the parties remain at the table. Business groups have warned of the impacts of a strike on Canada’s west coast ports, which handle about 16% of the nation’s traded goods annually

Containers Ports and Logistics

Ineos enters LNG sector with newbuilding charters from MOL

British chemical group Ineos says it will capitalise on its experience in ethane gas transportation to develop a ‘pipeline’ of LNG into Europe

International Tankers and Gas

Threat of labour action spreads to Canada’s west coast

The threat of strikes looms over key Canadian ports of Vancouver and Prince Rupert, important gateways for US cargo, and comes as coastwide labour actions are impacting operations in US west coast terminals

Canada Containers

ICS publishes medical guide for use at sea

New guide includes chapters on assessing mental health issues and communicating with telemedical services

International Chamber of Shipping Crewing
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