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Aug 11, 2021
We supported the development of the new Eyesea App to map marine pollution and hazards and thus reduce waste pollution at sea.

Zeaborn Ship Management fights against maritime pollution

We as a ship manager sincerely care about the seas and marine life, which is strongly endangered through pollution. Together with various stakeholders in the industry we have supported the development of a new app from the non-profit organisation Eyesea. The app maps marine pollution and hazards …
Aug 4, 2021
A new cloud simulation solution by Wärtsilä Voyage supports us to train our seafarers.

Zeaborn Ship Management uses Wärtsilä Voyage to train seafarers

We are the first shipping company in Germany to use the new cloud simulation solution by Wärtsilä Voyage to train our seafarers.
Apr 6, 2021
ZSM is part of a Germany-wide promotion campaign of the BMWi: „Connect to innovate“

Connect to innovate

ZSM is part of a Germany-wide promotion campaign of the “Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energie (BMWi)“ which aims to present success stories of the Digital Hub Initiative.
Mar 31, 2021
A noon to noon safety celebration

Zeaborn24 2020

Our second noon-to-noon safety celebration took place on 9. and 10. December 2020. Again, within 24 hours, management representatives called all seagoing staff to talk about thoughts and handling options regarding safety and to make clear what safety means to each one of us and within our tea…
Feb 3, 2021
Industry and human rights leaders are joining forces

Neptune Declaration on Seafarer Wellbeing and Crew Change

The Covid-19 pandemic has left hundreds of thousands of #seafarers stuck aboard ships. Long periods at sea impact their wellbeing and increase the risk of #maritime incidents.
Jan 10, 2021
Zeaborn Ship Management provides heavy lift expertise

Welcome to our fleet:MV ‘UHL FAITH’

We welcome the latest addition to our fleet MV ‘UHL FAITH’. The F900 Eco-Lifter was delivered a few days ago from a Chinese shipyard and is the first in a series of in total eight vessels.