Industry Sectors:Regulation

Regulation

The findings of two studies have added fuel to the fire which has been smouldering between the Greek government and the country’s   shipping community and the European Commission and German…
The big three Japanese lines will engage with the Competition Commission of South Africa to review the authority’s recent rejection of their planned container lines business merger. But say work…
Four major international shipping and maritime trade associations have made a joint proposal to the IMO on ambitious carbon dioxide (CO2) reductions by the global shipping industry.
In a potentially catastrophic spanner in the works for the Japanese container line merger plans unde Ocean Network Express (ONE) have been rejected by the Competition Commission of South Africa.
The IMO-run and EU-funded Global MTCC Network (GMN) has issued a call for expressions of interest from individuals within their respective organisations to become members of the GMN Project’s Global…
The Malaysia Shipowners Association (Masa) has belatedly chimed in with a reaction to the exemption of cabotage policy which kicked in at the beginning of this month.
Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines have finally launched joint sea patrols in the troubled Sulu Sea region as part of efforts to enhance regional security amid increasing threats of terrorism…
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) is backing a proposal to the IMO to delay the implementation of the Ballast Water Management (BWM) Convention for existing ships.
Bureaucratic tangles and hand-sitting is potentially causing the Port of Hong Kong to lose millions of dollars in lost business and seriously threaten its role as a leading container port,…
The bodies of seven US sailors from the warship USS Fitzgerald following a collision with the NYK-chartered containers ACX Crystal off Japan early on Saturday morning.
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