Maritime Security and the Principles

Almost everybody knows the process of the maritime business: Cargo’s are brought from place to place, shipping costs are based on the weight of the cargo, the risks involved in a maritime industry, the compensation for injured employees, the maritime system policies,  shipbuilding, maritime lawyers, and some other topics that are already general knowledge. But…

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The Maritime Transport and The Law

Because of its political importance and nature, maritime transport is subject to extensive official involvement. This is done so that the appropriate bodies would be able to constitute a maritime administration that is genuine, untarnished, and whose power extends not only within its limits, but also beyond national boundaries. Legal framework in maritime transport policies…

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Maritime Shipping and Trade

The concept of international maritime shipping relies on the continuation of it regular programs, otherwise known as maritime routes. Maritime shipping or transportation follows a great circle distance. Arcs are drawn on the water surface as it is found all over the world. Maritime transportation, because of its physical attributes, is considered geographical.  It also…

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Maritime Job Sector

Jobs in the maritime transportation sector have conventionally been confined by a national quota system for the crews on ships listed in the maritime register of a certain country. This means a certain number of maritime jobs must be reserved for a country’s own seafarers. Though, “national quotas” are generally not fixed by certain countries,…

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