Just-In-Time operation of ships
Short video explaining the Just-in-Time concept and how it can help reducing the amount of time ships spend waiting outside port and at anchor which could significantly reduce ship emissions.
Digitalization key to facilitate international maritime traffic
Digitalization of data exchanges is key to facilitate international maritime traffic as it makes it more efficient and resilient in a world of accelerating technological progress and of increasing disruptions. This video shows how electronic data exchange is vital to ensure supply chains.
Day of the Seafarer 2020 – Seafarers are Key Workers
Seafarers are on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic, playing an essential role in maintaining the flow of vital goods, such as food, medicines and medical supplies. However, the crisis has led to difficult working conditions for seafarers, including uncertainties and difficulties about port.
Shaping maritime safety and security
Over the years, the International Maritime Organization has shaped the way international shipping operates. From codes, conventions and guidelines touching upon safety of life at sea, life-saving appliance, safety of ships in polar waters, guidelines on fatigue, maritime autonomous surface ships and more, IMO has been enhancing the safety of international shipping for decades and is ready to tackle the challenges of the future.