Ya se trate de embarcaciones de recreo, de pasajeros o de carga, las normas ISO le ayudan a mejorar la seguridad, el impacto ambiental y la eficacia de sus tecnologías marinas, embarcaciones y buques.


Por Rick Gould el

Towards a net-zero logistics sector

Moving cargo around the world is a carbon-intensive business, and new guidance launched at Davos will go a long way to getting freight back on track.

Sea port entrance framed to the right by the base of a modern-looking control tower.

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Shaping shipping

As technology advances and industry dynamics evolve, more and more maritime businesses are focusing their time, energy and resources on digitalization. Technological advances are expected to make shipping – and the whole supply chain – much more efficient for the more than 11 billion tonnes of goods that are traded annually by sea across the globe. This move will have numerous benefits for trading, safety, security and the environment, with ISO standards playing a key role in this process.

A container ship at sea.

Por Maria Lazarte el

Greening the deep blue

Over the past few years, the tides of the maritime industry have been changing. There’s a push for safer, smarter, more environment-friendly and energy-efficient sea transport. What no one expected is that these actions are not only bringing economic benefits, they are also leading to the servitization of the shipbuilding industry.

Top standards

ISO 12215-5:2019
Small craft
Hull construction and scantlings

Part 5: Design pressures for monohulls, design stresses, scantlings determination

ISO 12217-3:2022
Small craft
Stability and buoyancy assessment and categorization

Part 3: Boats of hull length less than 6 m

ISO 799-2:2021
Ships and marine technology
Pilot ladders

Part 2: Maintenance, use, survey, and inspection