Industry Sectors:Regulation

Regulation

Chairman of the International Chamber of Shipping Esben Poulsson has called on the IMO to move quickly and decisively in providing more clarity on the shipping sector’s CO2 reduction goals.
The crew of the Indian-owned vessel Malaviya 20 abandoned in Great Yarmouth, UK, in June last year have been paid and have finally headed home according to the International Transport…
Two former executives from Vinashin Ocean Shipping (Vinashinlines) have been sentenced to death for corruption, while a third has been imprisoned for life.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has published its latest Flag State Performance Table comparing the records of the world’s different flag states against a number of criteria such as…
Bank of Cyprus’ (BoC) ceo John Hourican said the largest Cypriot lender is poised enter ship finance with Cypriot and Greek companies as the main clients.
Fourteen container lines including CMA CGM and Evergreen Marine have been fined by China’s ministry of transport over their failure to be transparent over the disclosure of their freight rates.
The question of who actually owns Greece’s largest shipyard has come into question as the Athens government revives efforts, going on for some three years, to find investors interested in…
Philippines gunmen attacked a Vietnamese cargo vessel in the south of the country killed one crew member and kidnapping seven on Sunday evening.
Hyundai Global Services (HGS), the marine services company of Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI), and shipowner KSS Line have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on retrofitting ships with abatement technology.
One of Cyprus’ leading shipping figures maintains that while global shipping has entered uncharted waters following the election of US president Donald Trump and the Brexit referendum, panic is not…
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