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Barbados to host UNCTAD Global Supply Chain Forum

... making supply chains more resilient, efficient, and sustainable 2024 January 25: The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)...

Position seaports to benefit from growth in 2024

Including emission goals within a multi-year strategic plan is a great start By Kenneth Saunders*  ‘New Year, new you’ is a saying often used to...

Climate Change: No ‘Quick fixes’ ahead

All current and future activities must be changed or modified to limit expected damage *By Jesper Goodley Dannisoee Caribbean nations are facing a...

My decision was to invest in my education

Meet Valrie Campbell, General Manager – Group Operations, Kingston Wharves Ltd..  By Mike Jarrett hen Valrie Campbell arrived in Kingston with her...

Caribbean issues, expectations and challenges in 2024

Issues, expectations, challenges in 2024 ith the trials and tribulations, stresses and uncertainties of 2023 fast disappearing, to be replaced by new...

IMO January 2024 mandate: Some Caribbean territories will not be ready

“Lagging behind big time!” By Mike Jarrett * Maritime transportation and specifically the movement of cargo across oceans developed over centuries...

ACMF Anchor Awards 2023: ‘Talent in your backyard’

Acknowledging contribution of the Caribbean Maritime University 2023, September 28: Distressing images of refugees braving the worst in search of...

Jamaica advances development of major Caribbean shipyard

Floating dry dock arrives in Kingston 2023, Aug. 25: The core component in the development plans of German Ship Repair Jamaica Limited (GSRJ) arrived...

Women on board: remove the barriers

Barriers preventing employment of women should be removed By Rawle Baddaloo omen have been employed in the maritime sector for an extremely long time...

Towards a sustainable maritime sector – a gender perspective

Gender equality will ultimately characterise the future of global maritime trade By Deniece M. Aiken* ustainability of the maritime industry has, in...

Global trade and protectionism – concerns again being raised

Should the Caribbean be concerned? he era of globalisation, towards the end of the 20th Century, produced more development thrust and wealth for...

Creating Sustainable Smart Ports in the Caribbean

By Mike Jarrett Every port in the Caribbean that is capable of docking ocean-going ships should be a Sustainable Smart Port. conomic circumstances...
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