Industry Sectors:Regulation

Regulation

The oversupply of ships, the costs of compliance with the Ballast Water Management Convention, the increasing administrative burden, bunker prices and Brexit add up to challenging times for coastal and…
Greece’s ERMA FIRST reports it has become the first full flow electrolysis Ballast Water Treatment System vendor to receive US Coast Guard (USCG) type approval for its BWTS FIT equipment.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has hit out at a Canadian bill that will effectively ban tankers from the waters off British Colombia.
Houston port congestion and how to deal with it with solutions ranging from self-regulation to big data were the focus of discussions at this week's Mare Forum conference.
The Liberian Registry has launched a cyber and ship security computer-based training (CBT) programme that provides a comprehensive overview of cyber-security issues, including concepts such as malware, network security, identity theft, risk management,…
Dry bulk ship operators are calling for the wider vetting of the shipping industry with the focus on stakeholders, including charterers, port terminal operators and port state control.
The Panama Ship Registry has announced the opening of three new technical offices (SEGUMAR) in London, UK, Manila, Philippines and Dubai, UAE.
Under the weight of coping with a tsunami of regulations, more dry cargo ship owners are turning to Intercargo in record numbers for support.
US Navy says the collision between the warship USS John S McCain and the tanker Alnic C that left 10 dead and five injured was “preventable”, and has relieved the…
A welcome sense of optimism on the future of shipping infused the opening day of the 15th biennial Maritime Cyprus conference taking place in Limassol this week, a line-up of…
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