The Republic of Panama, a country with the largest registered vessels fleet, is digitalising its application system through a partnership with Marine Online. This move is expected to deliver a significant reduction on travelling and waiting time required to visit the embassy to authenticate the seafarers’ certificates of competency for safe embarkation.
Marine Online, an emerging maritime eCommerce platform, has announced that it has signed a strategic agreement with Global eTrade Services (GeTS) a global trade platform company under CrimsonLogic, to expand its suite of services offered.
The Republic of Panama, the world’s biggest ship registry, is set to introduce new digital services such as ship registration, vessel name reservation, seafarers’ endorsement, and validation, through a new platform in collaboration with Marine Online.
Since Singapore-based maritime eCommerce B2B platform, Marine Online launched the Global Shipowner Alliance (GSA) program in mid-2019, an average saving of 10 per cent on ship procurements transacted has been made.
Singapore-based maritime eCommerce B2B platform, Marine Online has launched its Chartering services module to help relieve the current challenges and resources that are shared with the concept of an open platform.
Singapore based maritime eCommerce B2B platform, Marine Online has announced the launch of "Marine Credits" that offers a centralised credit facility between shipowners and suppliers.
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