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Shipping stands at the threshold of another year, but rather than trying to guess what might happen in 2020, it's important to understand the present
‘If the CTU code became mandatory I think we would have a better opportunity to follow up after incidents and in the long term educate to prevent future events’ — Uffe Ernst-Frederiksen, head of cargo management, Maersk Line
Managers focused on quality and safety face even greater challenges than defending their reputation, including the lack of co-ordination within the marine equipment sector, and the reluctance of equipment manufacturers to work alongside the shipping sector
Workshop participants agreed that progress in ballast water treatment was being held back by an attempt to attain absolute elimination of invasive species, while removing the need to hit a ‘magic number’ would have helped to solve many problems
The rise of digital shipping, increasing regulatory pressure, and the need to boost crew training all call for dedication to technical and crew management
US trade spats, Brexit, the approach of IMO 2020 and other factors are forcing some companies to look outside their normal client-contractor comfort zones to explore new freight forwarding partnerships
This year the spate of fires has seen no let-up, with blazes on board Hapag-Lloyd’s Yantian Express, the APL Vancouver, and Grimaldi’s con-ro Grande America
Ballast water treatment systems manufacturers claim the systems market is ready. But are shipowners?
The Lloyd’s List ballast water webinar, Ballast Water Management Convention: Early learnings and final preparations, will focus on the implementation of the convention, the regulatory aspects and how owners, operators and crews can ensure a smooth transition
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