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Maritime Technology Cooperation Centre in Pacific hosts its First Advisory Group Meeting
The Maritime Technology Cooperation Centre for the Pacific region (MTCC-Pacific) hosted its First Advisory Group Meeting on this week in Suva, Fiji. The Advisory Group has the responsibility to support the operations of MTCC-Pacific for the Pacific…
Pacific Search and Rescue Steering Committee Strategic Plan endorsed
The Pacific Search and Rescue Steering Committee (PACSAR) is committed to working with other Pacific Island countries or territories within or neighbouring their areas of responsibility to build search and rescue response capability. Representatives from…
SPC to host Maritime Technology Cooperation Centre in Pacific
The Pacific Community (SPC) has been selected by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to host the regional Maritime Technology Cooperation Centre for the Pacific region (MTCC-Pacific) in collaboration with the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional…
Zoom - Quality management for Samoa’s shipping fleets
Like much of the Pacific region, Samoa relies on shipping for transport and for trade. Keeping up-to-date with the latest shipping processes and services is vital. Effective services help the country make the most of the fast-growing, highly-competitive…
Pacific highlights shipping as lifeline on World Maritime Day 2016
On World Maritime Day today, the Pacific Community (SPC) is joining with Pacific Island countries and territories to highlight the unique place of shipping in the region with the message: ‘shipping is the lifeline of Pacific Island countries and…
Supporting sustainable development through trade, transport facilitation and port efficiency
Reducing the cost and improving the quality of logistics and transport systems improves international market access and leads directly to increased trade and trade competitiveness.
Deep sea minerals frameworks to inform decision-making
Two frameworks released today will build knowledge of deep sea minerals and their governance, and support informed decision-making by Pacific Island countries.
Marshall Islands declares maritime boundaries to UN
The Republic of the Marshall Islands has reached a major milestone in ocean resource management and international relations following the submission of their completed maritime boundary legislation to the United Nations on 22 April 2016.