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Major Chinese ports agree to implement crew change rules

Ten major Chinese ports will resume foreign crew change operations, according to seven Chinese governmental bodies including the ministry of transportation (MOT), reported BIMCO. Despite...

EU ETS’ inclusion worries BIMCO

Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO) is concerned that the inclusion of shipping in the European Union (EU) Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) will inhibit...

BIMCO’s survey shows IMO2020 compliance difficulties

The answers and comments provided by respondents at the BIMCO's Fuel Oil Quality and Safety Survey suggest that the transition to IMO2020 compliant fuel...

Container ships have the most scrubbers fitted says BIMCO

The share of the container ship fleet with scrubbers installed exceeded that of the crude oil tanker fleet by the start of July –...

Crisis looms for trapped crews warns IMO

The Maritime sector is on the verge of a humanitarian crisis the International Maritime Organization (IMO) secretary general told permanent representatives of the United...

Leading maritime bodies set industry’s digitalisation priorities

A clutch of major maritime associations have called on maritime industry stakeholders, governments and inter-governemental organisations to collaborate in order to accelerate the digitalisation...

Palau lines up with BIMCO

The world’s fastest growing ship registry has now joined more than 2,000 other maritime professionals by becoming the latest associate member of BIMCO –...

BIMCO: Overview of the trade war

OVERVIEW OF THE TRADE WAR AND THE EFFECT ON SHIPPING     The trade war adds painful uncertainty for the shipping industry, as it distorts the free...
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RCL expands China-Indian subcontinent links

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