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Participants at the regional seminar on energy challenges, nuclear technology, safety and regulation in the Caribbean.

Energy challenges, nuclear technology, safety and regulation in the Caribbean was the theme of a well-attended conference organised by The University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, recently. Fears over the transportation of nuclear cargo through...
Professor Stephen Vasciannie, president, UTech, Jamaica, presents the Outstanding Alumni Award for Service to Country to Trevor Riley, group CEO  of the Shipping Association of Jamaica.

On Thursday, March 28, 2019, the University of Technology (UTech) presented awards to various distinguished alumni who were nominated for the Outstanding Alumni Award 2019, as part of a year-long celebration of the university’s 60th anniversary....

VESSELS ETA CARIB STAR PORTO 16/04 RHL AGILITAS 17/04 TAIPEI TRADER 17/04 ZIM ROTTERDAM 20/04 CCNI ANDES 20/04 CMA CGM CFS PANAVERA 16/04 AUSTRAL 16/04 PORTO 16/04 EXPRESS BRAZIL 17/04 SEABOARD SUN 17/04 AS FABIANA 17/04 CFS...

Preparations are in high gear for the Caribbean Shipping Association’s (CSA) 18th Caribbean Shipping Executives Conference, which is scheduled to take place in the vibrant cultural mecca of Kingston. Up to 300 delegates, including shipping and...

President and chief executive officer of cruise line Royal Caribbean International (RCI) Michael Bayley made his first visit to the Caribbean Maritime University (CMU) on Monday, March 4. Bayley was accompanied by Russell Benford, vice-president...

Shipping Association of Jamaica (SAJ) managing committee member Harriat ‘Harry’ Maragh has been appointed to the board of directors of Express Catering Ltd (ECL), effective February 25. Maragh is the chairman and chief executive officer of Lannaman...

Secretary General of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Kitack Lim visited the Caribbean Maritime University (CMU) on Tuesday, February 26, to tour the facilities and meet with the management team, students, faculty and staff. The IMO is...

‘At long last’. This was the sentiment expressed by members of the Shipping Association of Jamaica as they viewed the proposed Trade Information Portal (JTIP) at the association’s offices recently. A trade information portal is a resource provided...

KINGSTON CARIB STAR VESSELS ETA TORONTO TRADER 26/02 ASIATIC WIND 26/02 PORTO 27/02 JENNIFER SCHEPERS 27/02 CFS PANJANG 28/02 CFS PACORA 28/02 ANNE 01/03 ZIM DJIBOUTI 01/03 CAPE...

Kingston Wharves has recognised officers of the Jamaica Customs Agency for their support in facilitating the clearance of cargo during the 2018 peak season, which ran from November 15 to December 22. Speaking at a recent luncheon held in honour of...
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