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Seafarer repatriation is industry’s top priority

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has announced it has endorsed new protocols designed to lift barriers to crew changes, as the need for crew...

Iran to sue U.S. for shipping sanctions

Iran will sue the United States at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) for sanctioning its maritime transport services, Mohammad Rastad, managing director of the...

Iran calls upon IMO for U.S. sanctions

Iran has lodged complaint at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) against the U.S. sanctions on Iranian ships, Tasnim news agency reported on Friday (Nov....

IMO’s project to reduce GHG emissions

Practical efforts to implement ship energy-efficiency measures and promote technology transfer are an integral part of IMO’s initial strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions...

IMO proceeds with GHG strategy

The work to deliver the IMO initial strategy on reducing greenhouse gas emissions from ships has moved forward with the approval of a programme...

IMO’s toolkits to reduce emissions

To reduce emissions across the maritime sector, national authorities need to first quantify those emissions and then develop a strategy to reduce them. A...

No delays in implementation of IMO Sulphur 2020

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) will not delay implementing a reduction in the amount of sulphur in marine fuel in 2020, an IMO official...
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Rate levels not costs key to mitigating carrier 2020 losses as lines cancel more services

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CMA CGM boss sets carbon neutral target by 2050

French operator CMA CGM aims to be carbon neutral by 2050, according to Rodolphe Saadé, the chairman and CEO of the CMA CGM Group. Speaking...

Taipei distributes shipping industry loans

Taiwan’s Ministry of Transportation and Communications announced on 2 June that it has disbursed loans of TW$16.5 billion (US$550 million) to the shipping industry...