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February 28th, 2020 Crossworld Aides Taal Volcano Eruption Victims

Crossworld goes to Taal Province to bring help for those affected by the recent volcanic eruption that dislodged over 160,000 people last month.

December 27th, 2019 Crossworld Spreads Holiday Cheers to its Employees and Crew

Makati, Philippines – The Christmas spirit was definitely alive as holiday cheers filled One Canvas Events Place last December 20 for Crossworld Marine Services Inc.’s Christmas Party. 

December 3rd, 2019 Crossworld Charity celebrates Christmas with street children and children with cancer

Crossworld Charity, together with The Hope Project by UP Manila, gave and celebrated a heart-warming Christmas party to the children of Bahay Aruga and Bahay Parola last November 30, 2019 at the Philippine Bible Society in Manila.

December 3rd, 2019 PH Not Worried about EMSA Audit in early 2020

MANILA, PHILIPPINES - The Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) is not worried about another European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) scheduled in early 2020 as the agency’s head again expressed confidence that the Philippines will pass it. This time with flying colors.

December 3rd, 2019 PH Defense Chief Vows Full Support in Country's Maritime Development Initiative

Manila, Philippines - Defense Chief Delfin Lorenzana pledged support and expressed high hopes for the country’s Maritime Industry Development Plan (MIDP) for the next 10 years.

December 3rd, 2019 Filipino Ship Captain Honored for Bravery

BATANGAS, PHILIPPINES – The local government of Batangas lauds the Filipino Captain of a Greek-owned oil tanker for his bravery at sea.

October 25th, 2019 IMO names First Woman Goodwill Maritime Ambassador

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) announced the appointment of Dr. Aisha Al Busmait, Director of Government Communications at the Federal Transport Authority – Land & Maritime, as the new IMO Goodwill Maritime Ambassador making her the first Emirati Woman appointed to the post.

October 18th, 2019 PH vows strong commitment in following new Southeast Asian conventions

Manila, Philippines - The Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) held a training on National Legal, Policy and Institutional Reforms (LPIR) Training at its Central Office last October 7. The goal of the training is to ensure the effective implementation of the Ballast Water Management (BWM) and Anti-Fouling Systems (AFS) Conventions for Association of Southeast Asian Nations members.