The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) highlights the real congestion numbers at both ends of the waterway and advises measures to regulate it.
FuelTrust’s most recent research uses AI-based technology to investigate fraudulent practices, fuel discrepancies, and inadequate supply chain management in the bunker fuel industry.
ISWAN’s helplines show that the reported seafarer abuse, bullying, harassment, or discrimination increased by almost 50% from the end of 2022.
Roughly one ship a week loses cargo through fire onboard and a new marine fire fighting technology accelerator initiative is hoping to fix it.
Forces of Iran have seized 2 oil tankers. The one in the Strait of Hormuz, the second such incident in less than a week.
13 abandoned seafarers have made it home after more than 5 months aboard a livestock carrier ship, thanks to the intervention of the ITF.
Pirates are believed to have boarded a 6,000DWT Singapore-owned product tanker in the Gulf of Guinea.
The IMO Legal Committee LEG 110 discussed the alarming rise of ship-to-ship transfers and the dangers posed by tankers in the "dark fleet."
In recent years, marine pirates lead a well-organized criminal business that poses a problem for the shipping industry and seafarers.
Cocaine production has skyrocketed with an expected 35% at least increase in cocaine availability and drug smuggling in 2023.