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Tom Boardley joins the Lloyd’s List Editorial Board

The Editorial Board, which consists of 16 senior experts representing all sectors of the maritime industry, has a mandate to guide content and ensure that Lloyd’s List continues to answer the questions that matter most to those in the shipping world

Europe Containers

Lloyd's List names Outstanding Achievement Award recipient

Almost 50 years after he joined his first India Steamship vessel, Capt Jitendra Misra's inspirational leadership of his company, Emarat Maritime, and the many institutes, committees, and boards he has joined, makes him a worthy winner of the SAMEA Outstanding Achievement Award from Lloyd's List

Middle East and Africa Lloyds List Awards

Class societies criticised over sulphur cap silence

Audience members at an Intercargo presentation pressed ABS’s Peter Fitzpatrick on classification’s insufficient support in the face of the 2020 cap challenge

International Europe

Malta summit aims to get shipping industry ‘talking together’, says organiser

Malta hosts major international shipping summit

Europe Malta

SMM: Slew of red tape hands bigger role to classification societies

The tsunami of red tape engulfing the shipping industry is going to leave it in need of greater information, which means classification societies can cash in

Classification SMM

SMM: Lloyd’s Register debuts digital monitor of vessel parts

The ‘digital twin’ will change the way classification is carried out and will most probably reduce inspections, according to LR innovation chief

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