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Crew change on the mind of Chinese shipowners

Crew change

Despite the maritime industry showing signs of recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, with many Chinese shipowners seeing an uptick in business, many of them are still concerned over the issue of crew changes. Speaking at the Capital Link International Shipping Forum China, Ding Lei, vice president of China Merchants Energy …

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European Union to include shipping industry in carbon market

European Union – Shipping appears to be transitioning towards a more environmentally friendly future, with more authorities mandating the use of cleaner fuels, as well as penalising shipowners for pollution from their vessels. The latest authority to do so, the European Parliament, has come to a consensus with regard to …

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Marine Online and Sinar Wijaya signs mutually beneficial partnership

16 September 2020—Singapore-based maritime eCommerce platform Marine Online and Indonesia’s Sinar Wijaya have entered into a mutually beneficial partnership today. Present at the signing ceremony in Singapore were the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Marine Online, Mr Yang Ling, along with Director of Sinar Wijaya, Mr Indra Wijaya. When reached …

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