Seafarers’ charity Apostleship of the Sea (AoS) has been providing support to the crew of a ship detained in Sharpness Docks, Gloucestershire, in the U.K. amid claims modern day slavery conditions were found on board. The Panama-registered Tahsin has been held at the docks since early June ... read more
The ever-changing landscape of the port industry requires the ports to constantly adapt and evolve. New regulations, technological innovations and market dynamics call for a high degree of preparation and planning. Ports of today need to think one step ahead if they don’t want to miss the chance to become ports of the future. BPC 2017 identifies the key issues, crucial for the development of ports not only in Europe, but worldwide.
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