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SQLearn and Posidonia Launch Revolutionary Online Shipping Masterclass

Greek City Times 12 Jun 2024
The Posidonia Masterclass in Shipping is designed to provide a deep understanding of the dynamic and challenging shipping industry ... introducing recruits from other industries to the shipping sector.
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Shipping Australia joins WISTA to promote diversity

SAFETY4SEA 12 Jun 2024
... saying that over the past year and a half, WISTA and Shipping Australia Limited (SAL) have been working together to strengthen bonds, support the industry, and contribute towards equality for all.
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KR & HD Hyundai Sign Business Agreement for Cloud-Based Smart Ship Solution

The Maritime Executive 12 Jun 2024
KR will always endeavor to find ways to meet industry demands and expectations through various technical collaborations, contributing to the improvement of smart ship technologies.” ....
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Prosecutors Detain "Dirty" Cruise Ship Chartered to House Italian Police

The Maritime Executive 12 Jun 2024
The firm began acquiring used cruise ships during the pandemic-era industry downturn, and reportedly purchased Goddess of the Night last year ... Travel-industry media have identified Neonyx as a Seajets-related enterprise.
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Shipping Deputy Minister and Transport Minister of Montenegro signed MoU

Stockwatch 12 Jun 2024
... the number of which exceeds a thousand, having "the highest standards of training, safety and quality of work, which makes this initiative vital for the future of the shipping industry of Montenegro".
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Cyprus and Montenegro sign MoU for mutual recognition of maritime certificates

CyprusMail 12 Jun 2024
The Republic of Cyprus and Montenegro this week signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to mutually recognise the certificates of competency for officers on merchant ships, marking a significant step in their maritime cooperation.
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Robust demand has Asia-Europe carriers pulling capacity, charter levers

Journal of Commerce 12 Jun 2024
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Stakeholders sorting out per diem bills under new FMC rules

Journal of Commerce 12 Jun 2024
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ILA links contract wage proposal to ocean carriers’ financial results

Journal of Commerce 12 Jun 2024
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New inland Port of Nevada provides alternative to draying ocean boxes

Journal of Commerce 12 Jun 2024
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Truckers, terminals and forwarders sorting out per-diem bills under new FMC rules

Journal of Commerce 12 Jun 2024
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New trans-Pac services point to peak season rebound for ‘under-utilized’ NWSA

Journal of Commerce 12 Jun 2024
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New Monthly Newsletter on the Ro-Ro Market

The Maritime Executive 12 Jun 2024
AXSMarine, a pioneer and market leader in the provision of advanced solutions and market intelligence for shipping professionals, is launching a newsletter covering the industry news and trends on the roll-on/roll-off (ro-ro) vessel market.
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Clinic at Tampa port to expand health care access for ‘hidden’ industry

Tampa Bay Times 12 Jun 2024
There are nearly 2 million seafarers on internationally trading merchant ships, and the industry carries around 90% of world trade, according to the International Chamber of Shipping, a trade association for shipowners and operators.
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Industry stakeholders are not too optimistic about return to Suez transits

SAFETY4SEA 12 Jun 2024
Hapag-Lloyd does not expect the shipping industry to resume using the Suez Canal anytime soon, even if a ceasefire between Hamas and Israel is reached, Reuters reports.
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