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The fast-paced spread and the highly contagious nature of the Coronavirus or COVID-19, has brought the global civilisation to a massive lockdown. What began with the shutting down of China – the global hub for the manufacturing, has spread to the near-total lockdown of major European countries, most of whom have also sealed its borders and ports.
COVID-19 the pandemic that came into the limelight in December 2019 has now spread to every country around the world. This has caused major economic and social disruptions with far reaching impacts on global supply chains.
One of the key issues is the impact COVID-19 is having on port calls and particularly, the issue of blank sailings.
FrontM is a tech startup that has developed a very unique Collaboration and AI Software platform that has been designed specifically to work in isolated and extreme maritime environments. FrontM enables mobile-led interactions that are simpler, more useful,
In 2020 vessel owners have had to deal with an ‘emissions control world’ for the first time as an unprecedented step-change to the sulphur content allowed in marine fuels was enforced, falling from 3.5% to 0.5% (by fuel mass) globally.
In shipping, emissions of harmful Sulphur-oxides (SOx) and Nitrous-Oxides (NOx) make a
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