• DG Shipping pushes for reforms to improve...

    Director General of Shipping (DGS) Malini V Shankar is cracking the whip on maritime training institutes to improve the quality of training of thousands of cadets churned out every year and boost their ‘employability’.

  • Middle East PSC Inspectors Given Training In...

    Inspectors from Saudi Aramco’s Environmental Protection Department have been given guidance on how to verify that ships entering the Kingdom’s ports are discharging ballast waters in accordance with the D1 and D2 ballast water discharge standards.

  • 275 professionals graduated from Dubai Trade’s...

    Dubai Trade, the single window for cross-border trade and a DP World company, has graduated 254 professionals in the 6th batch of its Certified Trade & Logistics Professional (CTLP) programme. It has also graduated 21 professionals in the 1st batch of the Certified Customs Expert (CCE) programme. The graduation ceremony was attended by Eng Mahmood Al Bastaki, CEO of Dubai Trade, DP World officials, and graduates’ families.

  • BP Internship Program presented at Baku Higher...

    Representatives of BP company in Azerbaijan-Georgia-Turkey Region (AGT) including Completion Engineering Manager AGT Ann Davies; Human Resources (HR) and Recruitment Advisor Mehriban Shikhzamanova; Completion Engineer, Central Azeri, Samir Veliyev; and HR/Recruitment Coordinator Sabina Valiyeva made a presentation of the company internship program at Baku Higher Oil School (BHOS). It was conducted for third, fourth and fifth-year students.

  • India establishes centre of maritime excellence

    A new Center of Excellence in Maritime and Ship Building (CEMS) is being set up by India’s Ministry of Shipping in collaboration with Siemens and the Indian Register of Shipping (IRS). CEMS will have campuses at Vishakhapatnam and Mumbai, and will provide industry-relevant skill development, equipping students with employable engineering and technical capabilities.

  • King Abdulaziz University is Ranked No. 1 in the...

    King Abdulaziz University (KAU) bears the name of the founder of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It was founded in 1967 as a private institution to address the need for higher education in the Western Region. KAU is a public multi-campus university dedicated to the service of the Western Region and its people.  

  • Maritime Union Campaigns for British Crews on...

    One thing guaranteed to raise the hackles of any maritime trade unionist in Britain is the mention of flags of convenience. The ability to operate a merchant vessel at what is often perceived as a discounted cost is an anathema to anyone who feels this leads to a dilution, not just of wages, but often of safety standards.

  • Inauguration of world’s first accredited IMO OPRC...

    NGP Training Center is proud to announce both the UK Nautical Institute accreditation of our IMO OPRC e-learning courses, a world’s first unique service offered through a fully interactive video conference platform, and the establishment of our innovative and pioneering Training Center.

  • India pitches ‘spirituality leadership’ for...

    India will make a pitch to the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) for the introduction of ‘spirituality leadership’ as a competency in maritime education and training, positioning it as a ‘Made in India’ programme to tackle issues facing the global shipping industry and help create new managers.


بيان إعلامي بشأن زيارة السكرتير العام للمنظمة البحرية الدولية السيد كيتاك ليم للأكاديمية العربية

استقبل الأستاذ الدكتور إسماعيل عبد الغفار إسماعيل فرج رئيس الأكاديمية العربية للعلوم والتكنولوجيا والنقل البحرى اليوم الجمعة الموافق 26 يناير 2018 ، السيد / كيتاك ليم السكرتير العام للمنظمة البحرية الدولية IMO  والوفد المرافق وذلك بالمقر الرئيسي للأكاديمية بأبي قير في الإسكندرية.


Navis Partners with SUNY Maritime to Train College Students on N4 Software

Navis, a part of Cargotec Corporation and provider of operational technologies and services that unlock greater performance and efficiency for the world’s leading organizations across the shipping supply chain, has partnered with SUNY Maritime College to train undergraduate and graduate students on the N4 terminal operating system that manages more than 300 container terminals worldwide.