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The Caribbean Maritime Institute (CMI) held an inaugural meeting of its new Alumni Association last Wednesday, April 20, at the CMI's Workforce Development Centre at the Air Jamaica Building in downtown Kingston. The event was...

Confusion and concern about the new, impending Safety of life at Sea (SOLAS) container-weight rules are mounting among shippers and those that help them move their containers globally. The...

The marine transportation and logistics industry is built on the mathematics of distribution. In fact, one of the most important parts of the logistics business is data. Gathering...

KINGSTONApril 5-11, 2016CRUISE & OUTPORTS SCHEDULEVESSEL/AGENT PORT OF CALL ARRIVAL

SAJ directors meet Minister HenryMembers of the Managing Committee of the Shipping Association of Jamaica join Minister of Transport and Mining Mike Henry for a photo after a special luncheon held by the association to share industry concerns and...

KINGSTONMarch 29, 2016- April 4, 2016CRUISE & OUTPORTS SCHEDULEVESSEL/AGENT PORT OF CALL ARRIVAL

Ports security manager awarded top honoursBEVERLEY STEWART, security manager, Ports Authority of Jamaica, was among three American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) members recently honoured by its Jamaica Chapter for outstanding contribution...

Forty-six new port workers have received their formal certification under the Shipping Association of Jamaica's (SAJ) National Council on Technical and Vocational Education and Training Institute (NCTVET)...

Graduates - SAJ/NCTVET - level one certification in stevedoring operations: Bernard Paul Allen, Ricardo Brown, Miguel Bartley, Leroy Byfield, Christopher Brown, Melvin Carr, Dane Campbell, Gregory Collymore, Calvin Chambers, Nigel Coulson, Lowell CowanCamall...
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