At noon on May 1, all Stena Line vessels will sound their horns to show support for seafarers around the world.
There is a saying that goes that "without seafarers, half the world would starve while the other half would freeze." The shipping industry would grind to a halt without seafarers, and their contribution to their countries is a key factor in economic development. Hundreds of thousands of seafarers ar
TWO SESSIONS TO OPEN IN LATE MAY IN BEIJING This year's two sessions - China's most important annual political event – will be held in late May in Beijing, according to official releases on Wednesday. The third plenary session of the 13th National People's Congress, the count
Delivering data that matters, from periodic events to context-based alerts Smart containers hold promise for revolutionizing supply chains. As leading carriers adopt smart container solutions, they gain valuable data that can be shared with shippers and other supply chain stakeholders.
The coronavirus pandemic is hitting hard. To support the current lockdown efforts, it is essential that supply chains remain stable.
Oil markets rallied on Wednesday after U.S. President Donald Trump raised the prospect of armed confrontation with Iranian forces in the Persian Gulf. Iranian attack boats have recently harassed U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard forces in the region by making repeated close approaches at high speed, an
With shoreside tank farms filling up rapidly and crude oil trading at historic lows, commodity traders are turning to floating storage as a way to save up their oil for better days. As of Thursday afternoon, there were 27 tankers anchored and waiting off the coast of Southern California alone, accor
COVID-19 CASES IN PH UP BY 211; BREACHES 7,000 MARK MANILAÂ—The number of COVID-19 cases in the Philippines breached 7,000 on the same day the government announced another extension of the enhanced community quarantine in Metro Manila and other places. The Department of Health on Frid
XI SENDS GREETINGS TO SCIENTISTS FROM CHINA'S 1ST SATELLITE LAUNCH President Xi Jinping extended sincere greetings to the elder scientists who participated in the successful launch of the country's first man-made satellite 50 years ago and expected China's space industry workers to learn fr
At a time of year when much of the world should be getting some kind of break from work and reflecting on the coming of spring to the northern hemisphere at least, we are instead focussed on the greatest threat to human health in a century.