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Class enables the implementation of regulation, says Sinha

The managing director of IR Class explained how classification societies play a significant role in enabling shipping to meet regulatory requirements

India Classification

Safe Bulkers defers scrubber installations amid uncertain outlook

The company, which kept the majority of its fleet engaged in the spot market, saw profits fall by more than half in the fourth quarter of 2019 compared with the same period a year earlier

Dry Bulk Safe Bulkers

First coronavirus case linked to Singapore shipyard

Coronavirus ‘has not affected operations at the Admiralty Yard’, Sembmarine says

Coronavirus Ship repair

Sembmarine flags ups and downs from coronavirus outbreak

The outbreak has no immediate impact on ground operations but discussion is under way to mitigate supply chain disruption, Sembmarine group chief executive, Wong Weng Sun said  

China Singapore

Greek owners sound alarm on looming compliance crisis

Flag states and class urged to recognise force majeure and extend validity of certificates wherever applicable

Coronavirus Classification

Chinese owners and leasing banks dominate scrubber investment

Lloyd’s List Intelligence data on scrubber penetration shows at least 2,753 vessels, totalling 328.7m dwt, are now trading and have scrubbers installed

China Ship repair

Insurers prepare for damage claims linked to sulphur cap

‘We’ve had evidence of where a fuel has passed inspection, but has other additives inside it, which potentially could cause harm to machinery going forward,’ said Chaucer Syndicate 1084’s Philip Graham

Insurance Fuels

More than $1trn needed to meet shipping’s green initiative

If shipping is to fully decarbonise by 2050, this will require further investments of some $400bn over 20 years, bringing the total to between $1.4trn and $1.9trn

Environment International

Star Bulk set to benefit from scrubber advantage

Petros Pappas-led outfit on track for strong cash generation thanks to recent acquisitions and improving dry bulk fundamentals, and early adopter stance on scrubbers could double or even triple  current cashflow projections

International Greece
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