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24 September 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 16:42 GMT+2



August 17, 2020

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BIMCO and ICS to publish new report next year seafarers

It will take into account the problems that have arisen with the crisis Covid-19

BiMCO and International International Shipping Associations Chamber of Shipping (ICS) have announced that they are working on drafting a new report on seafarers that will take into account impact of the coronavirus pandemic on shipping and have announced that with this goal in the coming months they will ask specific contributions to shipping companies, administrations maritime education and training institutions. The new Seafarer Workforce Report, which is expected to be given next year, will follow the Manpower Report, the last report of the two organizations on this issue that is published in 2015.

"The maritime sector- explained the Secretary-General Guy Platten -- is evolving rapidly. With the challenges and challenges the changes caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the decarbonisation and rapid technological developments, naval operators need now more than ever one management tool that gives them an understanding of the subject enlisting crews of today and tomorrow."

"I believe," stressed the Secretary-General of the BIMCO, David Loosley - that this study will be one of the most important issues that we have achieved. The Covid Pandemic-19 is a crisis for our industry both for the crew change problems both from a could affect global supply and demand seafarers for many years to come. The work will help provide answers about where the shipping world is heading and what new crew initiatives could be necessary.'

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