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U.S. Takes Action on Cybersecurity Threat to Maritime Infrastructure

Supply Chain Brain

Coast Guard Maritime Security Directive on cyber risk management actions for ship-to-shore cranes manufactured by the People’s Republic of China. The administration announced a U.S.

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ABS simulating green maritime corridors

Supply Chain and Logistics

American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), a US-based classification society, has announced that it is developing simulations of potential green maritime shipping corridors. Such a tool will allow users to determine if a particular corridor is feasible, and what the costs … Continue reading →

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CMA CGM and Bpifrance Launch Multi-Million-Dollar Fund to Decarbonize French Maritime Sector

Supply Chain Brain

From decarbonizing fishing vessels to supporting cutting-edge maritime research, the ocean carrier says it wants to contribute to "a cleaner tomorrow for oceans."

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Maritime Safety Enhanced for NZ Port

Logistics Business Magazine

RightShip, a leading global environmental, social and governance (ESG) focused digital maritime platform, has today announced a partnership with Napier Port to implement RightShip’s innovative RightPort risk solution at the New Zealand port. The post Maritime Safety Enhanced for NZ Port appeared first on Logistics Business® Magazine.

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Port Congestion Shines Light on Visibility Gaps

The current state of visibility –– or lack thereof –– in maritime shipping, and its contribution to port congestion. 23% of respondents said they had limited maritime shipment tracking capabilities, with another 23% saying they had no port tracking capabilities at all. Visibility advancements to expect over the next several months.

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An Overview of Women in Maritime Shipping: Empowering Women in the Shipping Industry

MTS Logistics

In recent decades, women have made more progress than ever to challenge the status-quo in the maritime industry. First granted formal consultative status with the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in 2018, WISTA uses its unique role to promote diversity, inclusion, and women’s empowerment in the area of maritime shipping.

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Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) Designates Chinese Shipper as a Controlled Carrier

MTS Logistics

government, through the Federal Maritime Commission, has designated a Chinese government-affiliated shipping carrier as a controlled carrier. In its latest update on February 27th, the Federal Maritime Commission published an update to its Controlled Carrier List.