Bureau Veritas Marine & Offshore group president Matthieu de Tugny talks to Lloyd’s List editor Richard Meade about why class societies have a critical role to play in ensuring shipping remains safe and reliable as we look to rapidly adopt new technologies, new fuels and new cargoes
The key, say chief technology Officer Marlon Grech and chief product officer Christopher Saunders, is to keep innovating, asking why, and finding new ways to solve problems.
The challenge to meet targets set within IMO 2030 and 2050 needs to be met on all fronts
The looming merger of North P&I Club and The Standard Club is expected to yield significant benefits for members
A powerful combination of data analytics, modelling software and design process efficiencies has established new foundations for building leaner, greener ships which uphold the highest safety standards, according to ClassNK
Shipowners should put practicalities first in newbuilds investment for decarbonisation
The insurance industry is working closely with the maritime industry as it strives to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions
Maritime’s growing need for fleetwide approaches to sustainability requires joined-up tools
Bureau Veritas has moved quickly to promote DEI, accelerating since the All Aboard Alliance was formed
Shipping’s Carbon Intensity Indicator warning is on red: ClassNK offers owners a path to green compliance
Methanol is making headway as an alternative fuel, according to the Lloyd's Register Maritime Decarbonisation Hub
The Italian classification society has evolved into a strategic partner for clients anxious to progress on the decarbonisation journey, leveraging the benefits of digital solutions and diversity
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