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Ship Recycling

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Spain signs up to ship recycling convention

Spain becomes one of 17 countries that have joined the convention, representing almost 30% of gross tonnage

International Spain

End-of-life registries scrap one in six ships

Data indicates that ownership of elderly tonnage most likely to use end-of-life registries are connected to owners outside Europe

International Regulation

Algoma orders dry bulk vessel with new design

Toronto-listed Algoma said the new class vessel’s design will build on the original Equinox Class standards to offer ‘increased deadweight capacity, better fuel efficiency and improved speed at lesser engine power’

North America Canada

American Hellenic Hull joins ship recycling transparency push

Cyprus-based insurer joins leading shipowners, including Maersk, CMA CGM, Evergreen, NYK Line, Stolt-Nielsen and Teekay in the online platform initiative to publicly disclose information about ship recycling policies and performance

Europe Cyprus

Four tankers in subterfuge fleet scrapped

Three of the vessels were formerly owned by Greece’s Gotsis family before their sale to anonymous Emerati business, which used them to ship Venezuelan crude for several voyages before scrapping

Europe Greece

Shipowners call for EU–India scrapping deal

European shipowners urged the EU to help lift living and working standards at South Asian beaches, rather than trying to force owners to use costlier European yards. They call for a bilateral deal so compliant yards can join the bloc’s green list

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