Happy day of the Seafarers

Crossbord celebrates the International Maritime Organization's Day of the Seafarer, which this year focuses on the enhancement of safety standards in the maritime industry. Crossbord supports the initiative to enhance both physical and psychological safety for seafarers and other crew at sea. As a company, we are dedicated to provide ongoing support for organisations and their crews, ensuring their safe navigation through the currents of international tax and compliance.
An aerial view of a large cargo ship at sea, commemorating the ‘Happy Day of the Seafarer - June 25th, 2024’, with the Crossbord logo displayed below.

At Crossbord, we wish all seafarers good weather conditions today on the International Maritime Organization‘s Day of the Seafarer, June 25th, 2024! 🚢✨

The International Maritime Organization celebrates the seafarers who navigate our world’s oceans. This year, the focus is on empowering these maritime professionals to improve safety standards and foster a more secure working environment within the industry.

We take point of depature in Denmark and its strong maritime tradition. For centuries, Danes have been renowned seafarers, explorers, and traders, and this rich history has fostered a profound respect for the sea and those who sail it. At the same time, we consider psychological safety just as vital as physical safety, especially in high-stakes environments like maritime industries. In such environments it is imperative to create an atmosphere where individuals feel comfortable expressing themselves, sharing ideas, and voicing concerns without fear of retribution. A culture of openness and trust is essential for the mental health of seafarers who often face long periods away from home and the stresses of life at sea.

At Crossbord, we deeply value this initiative. Safety is a cornerstone of our mission, extending beyond the physical confines of the sea. For years, we have been supporting organisations and their crews to navigate safely in the complex currents of international tax and compliance, and we are we are committed to continuing this support for many more years to come for both Danes and internationals crossing the borders of Denmark, Danish territorial waters, and the Exclusive Economic Zone.

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