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Friday, 22 January 2021
Three ways cyber security changes shipping
 
The shipping industry is going fast forward to an autonomous, digitalized world, with several projects being developed. Technology is now an integral part of the industry, highlighting the need for innovative projects and ideas. As a new wind of change, digitalization brings changes within the industry, meaning that stakeholders have to keep up with them, not to be left behind.
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Friday, 22 January 2021
IAPH: Ports struggle with implementation of FAL Convention
 
IAPH conducted a survey during October 2020 to all ports concerning the use of data under the FAL Convention and the role of digitalization within the port sector, revealing that the majority of respondents struggle with the mandatory requirement on electronic data exchange.
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Friday, 22 January 2021
Ship reports suspicious approach off Bonny
 
A cargo ship has allegedly reported a suspicious approach, 65 nm southwest of Bonny, Nigeria, in the Gulf of Guinea. This the 4th offshore incident and the third recorded approach in 2021. 
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Friday, 22 January 2021
Update: Live map depicts spread of coronavirus
 
The new coronavirus (COVID-19) has cost the lives of more than 2,091,000 while confirmed cases exceed 97,000,000. Although coronavirus started in China in early 2020, now it has spread all over the world, with the US accounting for the most deaths. Also, Europe, South America and India top the list with the regions affected significantly.
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Friday, 22 January 2021
ECSA, ETF: EU Member States must prioritize seafarers for vaccination, enable crew change
 
ECSA and the ETF sent a joint letter to the European Member States urging them to enable crew changes without further delays and put seafarers on priority in regards to vaccination.
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Friday, 22 January 2021
Where next for Germany’s fizzing maritime start-ups?
 
Serial entrepreneurs like Carsten Bullemer believe they can keep Hamburg’s digital maritime start-up scene buzzing...
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Friday, 22 January 2021
Private equity firm to help take Singapore shipbuilder private
 
Low trading volume of shares given as reason for plan to de-list Penguin International...
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Friday, 22 January 2021
Seaspan Corp raises $200m from sustainability-linked bond
 
Leasing giant makes debut on Nordic fixed income marketplace as fundraiser sees ‘strong investor demand’...
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Friday, 22 January 2021
Global Ship Lease announced public share offering
 
New York-listed boxship owner has yet to price the offering...
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Friday, 22 January 2021
Tackling supply chain emissions is a game changer for climate change, report says
 
The goal of decarbonization remains a top priority for the shipping industry. Now, a new research published today by the World Economic Forum and Boston Consulting Group (BCG) shows how tackling supply chain emissions can be a game changer in the global fight against climate change. 
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