Port of Gdansk supports fight against coronavirusThe PGA says 10 fully fitted tents were donated to the National Fire Service to help fight coronavirus. They may also be used, if necessary, as temporary admission rooms in front of hospitals to streamline the work of the paramedics.
Overseas traffic in Austria via Hamburg remains stableDespite the consequences of the ongoing corona pandemic and its associated restrictions, freight traffic between Hamburg and Austria continues to run steady, Port of Hamburg said in its report.
Stena Line notifies further job cuts due to coronavirusSwedish ferry company Stena Line said Monday it would furlough 600 employees and make 150 redundant in the UK and Ireland because of the destructive impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on travel and transportation across Europe.
Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg tests its employees to detect coronavirusSea Port Saint-Petersburg JSC (SP SPb) says it's extended the package of measures to prevent coronavirus infection from spreading (COVID-19). It was one of the first companies in the country to begin evaluating its workers on 2 April 2020.
Viking Line to continue service in the Baltic SeaBecause of the coronavirus, Viking Line will continue to maintain reduced level of service at the Baltic Sea. To ensure security of supply, four of the Company's seven vessels will sail primarily with cargo between Finland and Sweden, the Åland Islands, a
Windstar extends operation breakAccording to a statement citing the impact of coronavirus, Windstar Cruises is extending its temporary and voluntary suspension of operations until 21 May 2020.
Port Canaveral updates on COVID-19While Port Canaveral is open and operational, according to a statement, the current pandemic situation has had a major impact on the port company.
Panama Canal reduces workforce due to cancellationsThere have been 52 vessel cancellations preparing to enter the Panama Canal and for the next 14 days, the 10,000 workforces have been decreased by 30 per cent.
Carnival extends voyage pause until middle of mayThe North American cruise line operators of Carnival Corporation are extending their suspension of cruise travel until mid-May, despite protracted uncertainty triggered by the coronavirus pandemic.
Diamond Princess gets deep cleaningFollowing a COVID-19 outbreak earlier this year, the Diamond Princess received what Princess Cruises said was a Level-3 deep cleaning thanks to Belfor Company, which cleaned and disinfected the entire ship in Japan.
A crew member of the CMA CGM keep in quarantineA CMA CGM Marco Polo container crew member was taken ill on board, displaying symptoms of coronavirus infection.
Spanish Navy to increase hospital capacity with LPD Galicia to MelillaSpain's Ministry of Defense has agreed to deploy the Dock Galicia Landing Platform in the port of Melilla to improve its hospital ability to serve novel patients with coronavirus in the autonomous region.
Empty tankers depart VenezuelaThree large crude carriers (VLCCs) chartered to transport Venezuelan oil by Russian oil major Rosneft left Caribbean waters bare on Saturday after the shipment was canceled due to sanctions
Nigeria bans ships that do not have thermal screening facilitiesDr. Bashir Jamoh, the Director-General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency said the organization has established guidelines to protect ships operating in the Nigerian maritime domain, including banning all ships operating in Nigerian