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IMO data for 2019 shows that the bigger ships in the global fleet emitted more than 600m tonnes of CO2. Containers, bulkers and tankers made up the vast majority of both global emissions and voyages
Inchcape's World of Ports digital portal has evolved into a platform that should prove as essential to owners, operators and charterers as the services of port agents have been
The company says it will likely achieve the highest time charter equivalent rates in more than nine years in the first quarter given the rising market, particularly for supramaxes in which it specialises
A Mare Forum webinar has heard that shipbuilders’ reluctance to discuss new designs that would not fit production processes has left shipowners having to tweak existing vessels to meet emission targets
‘When the market is against the owner and you are bleeding, they kneel on your neck… and they impose things that are inhuman,’ says Safe Bulkers chief
Kongsberg’s partnership with OrbitMI comes after agreement was reached with Lloyd’s List Intelligence to provide shipping and maritime intelligence to the Kognifai Marketplace
BIMCO deputy secretary-general Lars Robert Pedersen says proposed regulatory changes could increase CO2 emissions, as they rely on an efficiency measure that rewards emptier ships
A webinar that explores the master–pilot relationship points to the need for the shipping industry to re-engage the shore with the ship, with the men and women on board, and with maritime safety more broadly
The drive towards transparency of emissions data from shipowners is a journey that still has a long way to go before it becomes a reality. The Sea Cargo Charter is a start, but just 19 companies have signed up so far
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