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Ship Recycling

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Evergreen joins responsible ship scrapping platform

The online platform believes that transparency is a key driver of change in the whole ship recycling process and has 26 signatories so far

International Ship Recycling

Ship breaking case turns spotlight on owners

The potential for a successful claim means that shipowners need to be vigilant in their ship recycling policies, according to legal experts

International Bangladesh

Case highlights divide between law and perception

Law firm Leigh Day’s arguments will find a ready echo from non-governmental organisations that campaign on the shipbreaking issue

Bangladesh Law

MOL forecasts more car carriers will be scrapped

Lloyd’s List Intelligence showed 30 car carriers from different companies are laid up at Malaysia’s Labuan anchorage alone, and older carriers may be headed for the beach

International Japan

Costamare clinches 24 charters as boxship market stirs

Costamare has also been renewing its fleet and sold two 23-year-old vessels for scrap, as the demolition market reopened. 

Greece Containers

Shipbreaking case has consequences for liability

‘This is a tortious civil case, but this sort of scenario has already been envisaged by the EU, and this is one of the reasons they are trying to crack down on these unsafe practices in certain shipyards around the world,’ argues Martin Hall

Bangladesh United Kingdom
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