El futuro de la marina mercante de la Argentina

La actividad naviera de nuestro país ha quedado reducida al cabotaje. Debemos definir con urgencia una estrategia integral en materia de vías navegables, puertos e industria naval

 
(Fernando Calzada)

La decisión unilateral de Brasil de no renovar el acuerdo bilateral de transporte marítimo, que tiene germen en la Conferencia Marítima de Armadores de Argentina y Brasil de 1959 y que transporta el 80% del intercambio comercial, afecta de manera sensible los intereses marítimos argentinos ya que el instrumento establecía que todas las cargas entre Argentina y Brasil debían ser transportadas por armadores de ambos países en el que participaban alrededor de 12 líneas argentinas y 25 brasileñas. A partir de febrero del 2022 el transporte del comercio bilateral, que oscila en los 20 mil

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CONFERENCIA DE LAS NACIONES UNIDAS SOBREIMO.- COMERCIO Y DESARROLLO (UNCTAD)

 

 

 

CONFERENCIA DE LAS NACIONES UNIDAS SOBRE COMERCIO Y DESARROLLO (UNCTAD)

Cambios de tripulación: una crisis humanitaria, económica y de seguridadDutch Company Proposes Sailing Ships as Emissions Solution

 

 

 

 

Rendering of the prototype vessel (EcoClipper)

BY THE MARITIME EXECUTIVE 02-15-2021 06:41:58

A Dutch cargo company working to develop a fleet of zero-emission sail-powered cargo ships has released a Life Cycle Analysis (LCA), which examines the impact sail cargo ships could have on the transport industry. The study was carried out by EcoClipper’s specialists and environmental scientist Andrew Simons (Co-founder of 3SP and Sailink) and shows that the environmental and human health impact of the EcoClipper500 is significantly lower than conventional shipping methods.

EcoClipper was founded in 2018 and is developing a fleet of sailing ships which it proposed to sail on four shipping lines with fixed schedules, creating a new shipping logistics system for sail cargo vessels. The prototype design is for a

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Employment and working conditions

 

 

 

Maritime

The EU acquis on labour law, equality, and non-discrimination is substantial for EU workers and has recently become applicable also to seafarers. Furthermore, regarding the working and living conditions on board a ship, there is an additional contribution towards the prevention of accidents caused by human factors. This element being essential in terms of maritime safety, it should be continuously safeguarded and enhanced in accordance with the existing international standards.

Maritime Labour Convention and the European Union

At international level, the International Labour Organisation (ILO ) has adopted in 2006 the Maritime Labour Convention (MLC-2006 ) to ensure both decent working and living conditions on board, for all seafarers regardless of their nationality and of the flag of the ships on which they sail, and

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Convenio Colectivo Canadá

https://moveuptogether.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/16-BCFMW-Collective-Agmt-Aug-1-2016-to-July-31-2021-1.pdf