InterManager Daily News 29.06.2023.

1. Uniworld Boutique River Cruise elevates crew management experience with successful implementation of Radiant Crewing, Radiant Payroll and Radiant Crew Portal. Radiantfleet, a globally renowned maritime software solution provider, is proud to announce the successful implementation of its state-of-the-art digital platform at Uniworld Boutique River Cruises, a global leader in luxury river cruises.
2. UW Group unveils exciting lineup for forum. The UW Group, a leading authority in the maritime services industry, is thrilled to announce the very first Limassol Maritime Leaders Forum, scheduled to take place on the 29th of June, at the Port of Limassol, Cruise Terminal. The event is under the auspices of the Shipping Deputy Minister and promises to be the premier gathering of industry professionals, thought leaders, and innovators from around the world.
3. First in its category as Cyprus’ Best Workplaces™ 2022, DHL Express Cyprus. DHL Express Cyprus has secured the first place as Cyprus’ Best Workplaces™ 2022 in the recent company certification, recognising it as one of the best workplaces in Cyprus for 2022. Specifically, the company was named the top employer in the category of Medium Companies (100-250 staff), officially recognising that the world’s No1 logistics company is also one of the best workplaces in Cyprus.
4. Marlow Navigation selects MORSE-ORB developed by Prevention at Sea. Andreas Alexandrakis, HSSE Manager at Marlow Navigation Co. Ltd stated the following “We are very happy to proceed with the P@S MORSE-ORB for our Fleet. Choosing the right software is a critical decision that requires proper due diligence. After conducting thorough research and analysis, we chose the MORSE-ORB because it met our specific needs and requirements. We evaluated various options based on factors such as functionality, reliability, scalability, ease of use, and cost-effectiveness. We also considered the software vendor’s reputation, customer support, and product roadmap to cover future requirements. Ultimately, we selected the software that provided the best value for our investment and aligned with our business objectives.
5. Limassol Boat Show 2023. After the huge success and international recognition of the previous Exhibition, the organisers, Dacor Advertising & Media Ltd and Limassol Marina Ltd, expressed their enthusiasm and thanks for the unprecedented interest in this year’s event from both exhibitors and visitors. The demand highlighted even more the potential of the Exhibition which undoubtedly contributes significantly to the establishment of Cyprus on the nautical map and to the growing development of the yachting sector at a local level.
6. Norden buys Thorco Projects. Danish bluechip Norden is diversifying its business base. The listed dry cargo and product tanker firm has moved to acquire Thorco Projects, providing access to new customers within the general cargo segment such as breakbulk, steels and wind energy. No price has been revealed for the acquisition. Thorco Projects is a Danish-headquartered shipping company established in 2003 as part of Thornico Group.
7. Year-round Arctic voyages spark alarm NGOs have hit out at news this week that Russia will begin year-round voyages from the Arctic to Asia along the eastern section of the Northern Sea Route (NSR) from 2024, an opening of a tradelane with huge implications for the global seaborne map.
8. Media baron Rodolphe Saadé buys La Tribune. CMA CGM, headed by Saadé, announced today it is buying La Tribune, one of France’s top business titles, adding to a stable of outlets contained in the fast-growing CMA CGM Medias division, which includes La Provence and Corse Matinnewspapers, a minority stake in TV channel M6, and a holding in online media platform Brut.
9. Baltic Dry Bulk Index Ends Worst Day In Over Three Months The Baltic Exchange’s main sea freight index declined the most since mid-February on Thursday as shipping rates continued to slump across all vessel segments.The overall index, which factors in rates for capesize, panamax and supramax shipping vessels carrying dry bulk commodities, dipped 80 points, or 6.2%, to 1,215 points, its lowest since early March.The capesize index was down 172 points, or 8.9%, at 1,758 points, a low since April 19.
10. Charter Parties Holding Back Industry Decarbonization Efforts: White Paper Launched by Nautilus Labs and BIMCO. Nautilus Labs, the technology partner pioneering the decarbonization of the ocean supply chain, and BIMCO, the world’s largest international shipping association, today released a white paper imploring the maritime industry to rethink prevailing charter party frameworks.The white paper explores how current ways of working in the shipping industry have entrenched “sail-fast-then-wait” behaviors, resulting in major inefficiencies that produce excess emissions and increased costs. Using data from live charter agreements, the white paper demonstrates that this “sail-fast-then-wait” behavior can produce substantial excess fuel consumption and emissions even on a single voyage


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