The Maritime Executive

The Maritime Executive

info@maritime-executive.com

Articles posted by the international team of staff writers at The Maritime Executive.

Three Libyan Oil Terminals Resume Work After Months-Long Blockade

Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar has agreed to end his eight-month blockade on the oil terminal at Tobruk, allowing a tanker to enter...

Seafarers on Remote Island Quarantined with COVID-19 and No Medicine

Far from the world’s attention in the middle of the Bay of Bengal, a health emergency is unfolding for seafarers in the Anda...

UK Warns of 7,000-Truck Queues After Brexit Transition Period Ends

Echoing Brexit warnings dating back to 2017, the UK government has issued a new "reasonable worst case scenario" fo...

UN and Maritime Sector Highlight Urgency of Crew Change and Trade Risk

Using World Maritime Day as the backdrop, United Nations agencies joined with leaders of the maritime industry in hosting a confer...

Report: Cruise Shutdown Takes Heavy Toll on Florida's Ports

In a new report based on discussions with maritime stakeholders, Federal Maritime Commissioner Louis E. Sola has catalogued the ec...

Unions Call on Port States to Protect Seafarers by Detaining Ships

Adding its voice to the chorus of calls for action to address the challenges of crew change on this World Maritime Day, a federati...

Pew Researchers Launch IUU Fishing Analysis Tool for Port States

Researchers with the Pew Charitable Trusts have created a new tool for port states, fishing regulators and seafood buyers to deter...

Rebound in Volumes Contributes to Port Congestion Concerns

As ocean carriers and the shippers work to rebound from the economic effects of the pandemic, ports have been reporting stead...

Antwerp to Use Digitization to Enhance Secure Release of Containers

The Port of Antwerp is becoming the latest port to expand its digitalization efforts to enhance the flow of containers through its...

MCA to Launch Consultation on Merchant Shipping Safety Regulations

Consultation is about to start on proposed amendments to regulations which would allow certain UK operators to use...

More News Stories