Thursday, December 12, 2019
News

News

The Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine forbade foreign economic activity of the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping and its Ukrainian branch – the Maritime Register of Shipping in Ukraine on the territory of Ukraine by orders...
On March 1, 2017, was held a meeting of a management of State Service of Ukraine for Transport Safety (DSBT) with the members of its Public council. During the meeting Boris Babin on behalf of the Ukrainian independent maritime...
The population of dolphins has considerably grown in recent years in the water area of the Black Sea. The data managed to be collected by the results of the researches conducted on the research vessel Mare Nigrum. The Black Sea ecosystem...
According to operational data of the Odessa port administration, 2 175 thousand tons of freights were transshipped on moorings of the Odessa port in February that was 1.5% more than a similar indicator of February, 2016. Despite short month...
The correspondent of "The Maritime Telegraph" met the director of the crewing company “V.Ships Ukraine”, Captain, Ph.D. in Engineering, Professor, Master of Sports of the USSR in boxing Mr. Igor Safin and found out how he had achieved such...
On February 9 the representatives of the national platform of labor unions presented in Odessa gathered again to discuss the results of the collective agreement first presentation, and also questions of MLC ratification by Ukraine. The main intention of the...
It is very good that the ITF trade union located in Odessa found time to study the offers of the Ukrainian national platform of the maritime trade unions. ITF names our platform as "a new group working for the...
The Maritime Telegraph with support and sponsorship of Pivdennyi bank; “Karabiner,” the security agency; ODREX, the medical home; Avant, the training center for seamen; iTravelUa, the travel agency; and Alpha Navigation, the crewing company, organized a 5 km race...
The ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation) today condemned an offer by a small coalition of Ukrainian trade unions to slash minimum wages for the country’s seafarers. Describing itself as the Ukrainian National Platform of Maritime Trade Unions, the new group...
On February 9 in Odessa the presentation of the national collective agreement and the Ukrainian national platform of maritime labor unions took place. The initiators of the meeting were: Maxim Slyusarevsky, the chairman of the Federation of maritime labor...
Singapore Maritime Officers' Union (SMOU), which oversees the interests of seafaring officers, will contribute $1.2 million over two years to encourage local shipping companies to provide training opportunities to seafaring cadets, says a report in the Strait Times. Local shipping...
Global maritime technology innovator Martek Marine has launched what it claims is the “world’s first affordable” telemedicine service, a move it claims could lead to annual industry-wide savings of up to $168mln. At any given time, 1.5 million seafarers are...
The South Korean shipbuilding sector could see upwards of 27,000 jobs disappear in the first half of the year, reports Korean media, citing new data from Korea Employment Information Service. The job loss represents a nearly 15 percent drop from...
The UK's Financial Secretary to the Treasury, Jane Ellison MP, has chaired a roundtable with maritime industry leaders, hearing of new opportunities for the sector in light of the decision to leave the EU. Representatives from across UK shipping, ports,...
Malaysian Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai said about 146,000 new jobs will be created in the logistics industry by 2020, according to a report in the Star. The jobs would be generated with the implementation of the Logistics and Trade...
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte asked China to dispatch sea patrols to help stop Islamic State militants from abducting sailors and attacking vessels, report local media. Duterte reportedly said the intervention of Chinese coastguard vessels could help patrolling the waters in...
The ship management association InterManager has presented the findings of its fatigue study, Project MARTHA, to the International Maritime Organization (IMO). The study, undertaken together with the Warsash Maritime Academy at Southampton Solent University, relating to the growing problems posed...
The correspondent of The Maritime Telegraph had a great opportunity to talk to a great leader of Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement Norbert Aschmann. He shared his secrets of being successful both in the business and in the family life. MT:...