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"Forewarned is forearmed. Full ship automation is possible in the near future since companies are pouring money for research and development to make this a reality. Hence, Filipino seafarers should brace for more challenging days ahead. With regards to closing the door on seafarers jobs, I believe it will open to other maritime opportunities for Filipinos. The Commission on Higher Education, higher educational institutions, Maritime Industry Authority and other concerned authorities should proactively think of full ship automation scenario and adapt the necessary changes to meet the needed workforce for this. It is also possible to retrain the displaced seafarers, just like when radio officers were removed during the implementation of GMDSS.
-Cecilio Jr., Rahon, Instructor, AIMS
- Antoine De Saint-Exupery
UN calls for transport connectivity in landlocked countries The United Nations (UN)
Tru-Marine announces the take-off of its 18-month Mentorship Programme under the wing
Seafarers with finished contracts onboard international trade vessels can now choose to exercise their right to
In what was perceived as this government’s answer to the global shipping community’s call for flag
UN calls for transport connectivity in landlocked countries The United Nations (UN) has asked the governments
The seafarers, who were among the world’s keyworkers are now facing humanitarian crisis, as hundreds of thousands have remained stranded at sea, demanding for crew change. In celebration of the Day of the Seafarer, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has
Seafarers with finished contracts onboard international trade vessels can now choose to exercise their right to stop working, leave ships, and return home. This was the pronouncement made by the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) as it slammed the continued
In what was perceived as this government’s answer to the global shipping community’s call for flag states to address and ease protocols in the movement of seafarers in and out of the country, the Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) has indicated
UN calls for transport connectivity in landlocked countries The United Nations (UN) has asked the governments to ensure a well-functioning transit transport services and procedures in landlocked developing countries (LLDCs) to survive this pandemic. The United Nations Conference on Trade
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