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Southampton University’s Marine and Maritime Institute has embarked on a three-year funded project to come up with good practice guidelines for the industry
India, one of the top volume ship recycling countries in the world, has become the 15th contracting state to the conventio. It may spur other countries to join and assist the convention over the threshold into meaningful enactment
Several studies of the benefits of autonomous transportation have concluded that it is not enough to argue that controlling cost makes the investment worthwhile. Unmanned is still not seen as safe.
Panama will be audited by the IMO in 2021 and Cigarruista says he does not want to see a ‘bad’ report
Ioannis Plakiotakis says he fears there could be fatal accidents if outstanding issues regarding the 0.5% sulphur cap are not resolved
About 10 European and non-European countries could join the new naval mission
Dry bulk operator Maran Dry Management declined to identify the 40-year-old master, but said his family had been notified and is ‘being supported’
Abu Dhabi Ports Co, Allcargo Logistics, AISSOT, law firm HFW, CMA CGM and the stakeholders driving the Poseidon principles and the Getting to Zero Coalition have received awards at this year’s Lloyd’s List SAMEA Awards
The India government has decided to enact a bill — the Recycling of Ships Bill 2019 — to regulate ship recycling by conforming to specific international standards
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