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

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

“Lagging behind … big time!” By Mike Jarrett * Maritime transportation and specifically the movement

Climate Change – Time for real action
EDITORIALENVIRONMENT

Climate Change – Time for real action

We've done the talk. It's time for the walk he fallout and disasters directly attributed to Climate

Urgent Caribbean action needed to address Sea Level Rise
EDITORIALENVIRONMENT

Urgent Caribbean action needed to address Sea Level Rise

Is it too late? limate disaster and destruction caused by Climate Change became the main focus of te

Fast track to climate disaster
EDITORIALENVIRONMENTMANAGEMENT

Fast track to climate disaster

Moral and economic madness pril 4, 2022 was a cold day in New York. But it was a fierce and fiery An

Exploring organisational deception
EDITORIALMANAGEMENT

Exploring organisational deception

Organizational deception: nip it in the bud Receival, transportation and safe delivery of cargo acro

Sea Level Rise: Is it on your agenda?
EDITORIALENVIRONMENT

Sea Level Rise: Is it on your agenda?

EDITORIAL The projections were accurate April 2021: Concerns about Sea Level Rise grew exponentially

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DEVELOPMENT

Dutch Caribbean ports move to supply green fuel, shore power
DEVELOPMENTENVIRONMENTNEWS BYTES

Dutch Caribbean ports move to supply green fuel, shore power

In addressing the demands and challenges of 2024 and beyond, Dutch Caribbean ports have established

CIP PRIORITIES 2024: Strengthening existing synergies
DEVELOPMENTHUMAN ASSETMANAGEMENT

CIP PRIORITIES 2024: Strengthening existing synergies

By Mona Swoboda * As the port and maritime sector recovered from COVID-19's shipping disruptions, th

Jamaica advances development of major Caribbean shipyard
DEVELOPMENTNEWS BYTES

Jamaica advances development of major Caribbean shipyard

Floating dry dock arrives in Kingston 2023, Aug. 25: The core component in the development plans of

Global trade and protectionism – concerns again being raised
DEVELOPMENTWOMEN IN MARITIME

Global trade and protectionism – concerns again being raised

Should the Caribbean be concerned? he era of globalisation, towards the end of the 20th Century, pro

Georgetown getting its first mobile harbour cranes
CARGODEVELOPMENTNEWS BYTES

Georgetown getting its first mobile harbour cranes

Collaborative effort brings two new cargo handling machines to Guyana ort Georgetown expects its fir

Antigua and Barbuda unveils a modernised cargo port
DEVELOPMENT

Antigua and Barbuda unveils a modernised cargo port

Upgraded cargo port at St. John’s open for business ntigua and Barbuda Port Authority Chief Executiv

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MANAGEMENT

CIP PRIORITIES 2024: Strengthening existing synergies
DEVELOPMENTHUMAN ASSETMANAGEMENT

CIP PRIORITIES 2024: Strengthening existing synergies

By Mona Swoboda * As the port and maritime sector recovered from COVID-19's shipping disruptions, th

Position seaports to benefit from growth in 2024
ENVIRONMENTMANAGEMENT

Position seaports to benefit from growth in 2024

Including emission goals within a multi-year strategic plan is a great start By Kenneth Saunders*  ‘

Climate Change: No ‘Quick fixes’ ahead
ENVIRONMENTMANAGEMENT

Climate Change: No ‘Quick fixes’ ahead

All current and future activities must be changed or modified to limit expected damage *By Jesper Go

Caribbean issues, expectations and challenges in 2024
ENVIRONMENTMANAGEMENTSPECIAL REPORTS

Caribbean issues, expectations and challenges in 2024

Issues, expectations, challenges in 2024 ith the trials and tribulations, stresses and uncertainties

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

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

“Lagging behind … big time!” By Mike Jarrett * Maritime transportation and specifically the movement

Towards a sustainable maritime sector – a gender perspective
HUMAN ASSETMANAGEMENTWOMEN IN MARITIME

Towards a sustainable maritime sector – a gender perspective

Gender equality will ultimately characterise the future of global maritime trade By Deniece M. Aiken

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MARINA & YACHTS

Jamaica’s Errol Flynn marina
MarinasMARINAS & YACHTS

Jamaica’s Errol Flynn marina

Quiet charm, breathtaking vistas The only megayacht marina in Jamaica is in the most spectacularly v

Yachting the Caribbean – pleasure and privacy
MARINAS & YACHTS

Yachting the Caribbean – pleasure and privacy

No need to own a boat The breathtaking panorama of Caribbean lands has made tourism a pillar of the

Ten IGY Marinas in the Caribbean region
MARINAS & YACHTS

Ten IGY Marinas in the Caribbean region

... the largest operator of marinas in the Caribbean ith 23 of the most beautiful marinas in 13 coun

Dutch Caribbean open for yachting Business
MARINAS & YACHTS

Dutch Caribbean open for yachting Business

Resilient destinations have proven flexible and reliable By Jan Sierhuis* The past two years, 2020 –

Expect more yachts for safe harbour in the Caribbean
MARINAS & YACHTS

Expect more yachts for safe harbour in the Caribbean

Siginificant growth predicted, thanks to Covid-19 By Mike Jarrett ith thousands of slips able to acc

Marinas on the Isle of Spice
MARINAS & YACHTS

Marinas on the Isle of Spice

Grenada ... rich offerings of tropical splendour Known for centuries as the Isle of Spice, Grenada i

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HUMAN ASSET

CIP PRIORITIES 2024: Strengthening existing synergies
DEVELOPMENTHUMAN ASSETMANAGEMENT

CIP PRIORITIES 2024: Strengthening existing synergies

By Mona Swoboda * As the port and maritime sector recovered from COVID-19's shipping disruptions, th

ACMF Anchor Awards 2023:  ‘Talent in your backyard’
HUMAN ASSETNEWS BYTES

ACMF Anchor Awards 2023: ‘Talent in your backyard’

Acknowledging contribution of the Caribbean Maritime University 2023, September 28: Distressing imag

Women on board: remove the barriers
HUMAN ASSETWOMEN IN MARITIME

Women on board: remove the barriers

Barriers preventing employment of women should be removed By Rawle Baddaloo omen have been employed

Towards a sustainable maritime sector – a gender perspective
HUMAN ASSETMANAGEMENTWOMEN IN MARITIME

Towards a sustainable maritime sector – a gender perspective

Gender equality will ultimately characterise the future of global maritime trade By Deniece M. Aiken

Women: An untapped resource in maritime industries
HUMAN ASSETWOMEN IN MARITIME

Women: An untapped resource in maritime industries

 NEEDED: a strategic approach to promote gender equality to ensure that women gain equal access to o

Foundation Skills training for Caribbean stevedores
HUMAN ASSET

Foundation Skills training for Caribbean stevedores

... because ports cannot function effectively without trained people achines may give a port some ca

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TECHNOLOGY & SYSTEMS

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

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

“Lagging behind … big time!” By Mike Jarrett * Maritime transportation and specifically the movement

Cyber-attacks on the rise
MANAGEMENTTECHNOLOGY & SYSTEMS

Cyber-attacks on the rise

Are you ready for this? By Mike Jarrett o, you walk into your office for work. Up to then, it’s an a

Cybersecurity: Five steps for ports and terminal managers
MANAGEMENTTECHNOLOGY & SYSTEMS

Cybersecurity: Five steps for ports and terminal managers

Breaches at your port can affect the entire supply chain By Frances Yeo* orts around the planet, are

Eastern Caribbean’s Maritime Single Window  about to open
DEVELOPMENTMANAGEMENTTECHNOLOGY & SYSTEMS

Eastern Caribbean’s Maritime Single Window about to open

2020, December 01: When the former British, French, Spanish and Dutch colonies moved into various fo

Port of Cartagena: Colombia’s main port getting greener
CARGOENVIRONMENTTECHNOLOGY & SYSTEMS

Port of Cartagena: Colombia’s main port getting greener

Port of Cartagena: Colombia’s main port getting greener 2020 April 2: At Colombia’s main port, SPRC-

Improper declaration, shipboard fires – a major problem getting worse
MANAGEMENTPORT COMMUNITIESTECHNOLOGY & SYSTEMS

Improper declaration, shipboard fires – a major problem getting worse

Improper declaration, shipboard fires - a major problem getting worse Malcolm Maclean, an American b

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ENVIRONMENT

Dutch Caribbean ports move to supply green fuel, shore power
DEVELOPMENTENVIRONMENTNEWS BYTES

Dutch Caribbean ports move to supply green fuel, shore power

In addressing the demands and challenges of 2024 and beyond, Dutch Caribbean ports have established

Position seaports to benefit from growth in 2024
ENVIRONMENTMANAGEMENT

Position seaports to benefit from growth in 2024

Including emission goals within a multi-year strategic plan is a great start By Kenneth Saunders*  ‘

Climate Change: No ‘Quick fixes’ ahead
ENVIRONMENTMANAGEMENT

Climate Change: No ‘Quick fixes’ ahead

All current and future activities must be changed or modified to limit expected damage *By Jesper Go

Caribbean issues, expectations and challenges in 2024
ENVIRONMENTMANAGEMENTSPECIAL REPORTS

Caribbean issues, expectations and challenges in 2024

Issues, expectations, challenges in 2024 ith the trials and tribulations, stresses and uncertainties

Creating Sustainable Smart Ports in the Caribbean
ENVIRONMENTMANAGEMENT

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

Climate Change – Time for real action
EDITORIALENVIRONMENT

Climate Change – Time for real action

We've done the talk. It's time for the walk he fallout and disasters directly attributed to Climate

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NEW BYTES

Dutch Caribbean ports move to supply green fuel, shore power
DEVELOPMENTENVIRONMENTNEWS BYTES

Dutch Caribbean ports move to supply green fuel, shore power

In addressing the demands and challenges of 2024 and beyond, Dutch Caribbean ports have established

Barbados reduces port charges by 17.5%
NEWS BYTES

Barbados reduces port charges by 17.5%

Transition to full Free-Out Port well advanced 2024 February 21: Well on the way in transitioning to

No further reduction in Panama Canal traffic expected in 2024
CARGONEWS BYTES

No further reduction in Panama Canal traffic expected in 2024

... rainfall patterns expected to normalise in 2024 2024, January 31: No further reduction in the vo

Jamaica’s Trade Facilitation ratings show impressive increase
NEWS BYTESPORT COMMUNITIES

Jamaica’s Trade Facilitation ratings show impressive increase

UNCTAD reports Jamaica's ratings up from 50% in 2017 to 79% in 2023 2024, January 30: Several Caribb

Barbados to host UNCTAD Global Supply Chain Forum
NEWS BYTES

Barbados to host UNCTAD Global Supply Chain Forum

... making supply chains more resilient, efficient, and sustainable 2024 January 25: The United Nati

ACMF Anchor Awards 2023:  ‘Talent in your backyard’
HUMAN ASSETNEWS BYTES

ACMF Anchor Awards 2023: ‘Talent in your backyard’

Acknowledging contribution of the Caribbean Maritime University 2023, September 28: Distressing imag

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