Republic of the Marshall Islands moved to EU White List

At the European Union (EU) Economic and Financial Affairs Council (ECOFIN) meeting in Brussels yesterday (Tuesday), it was announced that the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) is now considered “white-listed” by the ECOFIN. The RMI moved to the white list after receiving a largely compliant rating following adoption of the RMI’s second round Peer […]

Republic of the Marshall Islands moved to EU White List

At the European Union (EU) Economic and Financial Affairs Council (ECOFIN) meeting in Brussels yesterday (Tuesday), it was announced that the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) is now considered “white-listed” by the ECOFIN. The RMI moved to the white list after receiving a largely compliant rating following adoption of the RMI’s second round Peer […]

European shipping industry publishes position paper on the EU Green Deal

On the occasion of the European Shipping Week, ECSA – the European Community Shipowners’ Associations – has launched its position paper in response to the EU Green Deal proposed by the new European Commission. “The shipping industry is fully committed to eradicating its GHG emissions completely as soon as possible in this century,” said Claes […]

European shipping industry publishes position paper on the EU Green Deal

On the occasion of the European Shipping Week, ECSA – the European Community Shipowners’ Associations – has launched its position paper in response to the EU Green Deal proposed by the new European Commission. “The shipping industry is fully committed to eradicating its GHG emissions completely as soon as possible in this century,” said Claes […]

Discussing social matters with social partners – Day Two of the European Shipping Week

The second day of the European Shipping week was filled with contributions by the European social partners for maritime transport – the European Transport Workers’ Federation (ETF) and the European Community Shipowners’ Associations (ECSA). The two organisations are collaborating through different perspectives (i.e. social partners of the Social Dialogue for Martitime Transport, undertaking joint EU […]

NI finds mariners pragmatic about the introduction of automation

Automation and autonomous systems have been key, and sometimes controversial points in the debate over the future of the maritime sector. While much of the discussion has focused on the possibility of ships operated without crew, autonomous systems, which operate with little or no human intervention, are already in place on many vessels today. The […]

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