nautical-maritime-port sector

ONE SEAGATE in the newspaper ‘El Diario del puerto’. April 13, 2021

Last Thursday, April 8, Jaime Pinedo, North Chief Editor, of the newspaper ‘Diario del Puerto’ conducted an interview with the ONE SEAGATE firm that began its journey in 2020 which uses current digital technologies to put companies in contact with professionals of the sector. The introduction of new technologies is of great value in a market like this, in which

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The Neptune Declaration. February 5, 2021

More than 300 companies and organizations, led by European Community Shipowners Associations (ECSA), come together to sign the “Neptune Declaration” on Seafarers’ Well-being and Crew Change, with a global commitment to facilitate changes in crew and keep global supply chains running, to end the growing crew change crisis. Approximately 80% of global trade is transported by ships and Covid-19 restrictions

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Car ship arrested in Melbourne. November 9, 2020

At the end of October, a Japanese ship was arrested in Melbourne for failing to change the crew. Officials from the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) are helping to prevent a Japanese ship carrying imported cars from slipping away from the control of the Australian port of Melbourne. The international organization and its affiliates detected the presence of several seafarers

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Boarding practices for students of the Merchant Marine. October 20, 2020

Royal Decree 882/2020, of October 6, which regulates the direct granting of subsidies to the Association of Spanish Shipowners (ANAVE), to provide internship shipments to Merchant Marine students during the 2020 budget year. BOE N. 277  Tuesday, October 20, 2020 Sec. I. Pg. 89864 Within the scope of the powers held by the General Directorate of the Merchant Marine, the

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Global initiative for crew changes: SG-STAR Fund. September 28, 2020

For more than six months, due to Covid-19 the change of crews has left hundreds of thousands of seafarers trapped on board ships or unemployed in their homes. The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) and the International Maritime Employers Council (IMEC) have made a joint contribution of US $ 500,000 to the Resilience Fund of the Singapore Tripartite Shipping Alliance

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Changes of crew and seafarers. September 21, 2020

In recent months due to the health crisis caused by Covid-19, hundreds of thousands of seafarerss have been blocked on board and many others on land waiting to be replaced. All this originated by the travel, embarkation and disembarkation restrictions applied in ports, as well as quarantine measures. The ILO and various United Nations agencies and bodies have called on

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MITMA gives green light to Ports 4.0. July,27 2020

The Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda (MITIMA) opens the deadline for the presentation of projects and ideas. ‘Ports 4.0’, is an initiative of the 28 Port and Port Authorities of the State, within the Innovation Plan for Transport and the infrastructures of Mitma, for the adaptation of the logistics-port sector to the 4.0 economy, it is endowed with

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Welcome to ONE SEAGATE, a new way of maritime employment. July 22, 2020

The Blue Economy must continue to grow in accordance with the new technologies that are currently present in our daily lives. The nautical world from its beginnings to the present days has undergone an important technological evolution. From the time of the compass to the current DGPS, technological transformation is a fact, it is between us and in our daily

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