LR, Anemoi and SDARI join forces on rotor sail designs.
Collaboration on commercial adoption of emission abatement technology for multiple ship types.
LR leads on Joint Industry Project for 3D printed parts for the Singap
LR is leading on a Joint Industry Project (JIP), funded by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) under the Maritime Innovation and Technology Fund, to drive digitalisation and the adoption of 3D printing in the maritime sector.
i4 Insight integrates LAROS™ sensor data into platform.
Alliance partnership with Prisma Electronics to help operators improve operational efficiency and fleet performance.
Crew unhappiness widespread amid COVID-19.
Crew responding to the LR survey have reported feeling unhappy, worry about things they cannot control and do not feel well rested.
Mantel takes LR commercial mantle in North Europe.
Appointment of seasoned industry expert to boost digital capability in north Europe region.
Crew treatment during pandemic raises concerns.
Reports of crew being fired after COVID-19 diagnoses raises concerns over the treatment of crew during the pandemic.
Communication to crew lowers morale during COVID-19.
Respondents initially said that their company’s communication was good at the start of the pandemic, it has worsened over time. This has left crew feeling abandoned and cut off.
Insufficient crew health provisions amid the pandemic.
The needs of crews’ mental health and physical health are not being met during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to findings from the LR survey.
Crew feel they are ‘not essential’ during COVID-19.
As the crew change crisis drags due to COVID-19, crew morale is low as seafarers feel that they are not being recognised as essential workers by many governments.
Significant crew safety & wellbeing lessons to be learned from survey.
Spotlight on crew change reforms needed to address humanitarian crisis of stranded seafarers.