Regulation

Discussions on safety at sea and accidents will almost inevitably lead to the issue of the human factor, which unfortunately is credited as the cause of around 70% of accidents.
As shipping industry leaders it's the duty of the Greeks "to present a realistic way of solving many of our global issues" says Greek Shipping Co-operation Committee chairman, Haralambos J…
The Liberian Registry is expanding its network in China after signing a framework co-operation Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the China Classification Society (CCS) as the latest step in its…
Shipowners will neeed to do more than simply tweak existing vessel designs and business models if they are to meet the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) ambitious target to reduce greenhouse…
Under the shadow of a likely trade war between US and China, the freight market showed lethargy with little activities and weaker derivatives.
Ship management company Uniteam Marine has been singled out for its contribution to the growth of Cyprus’ economy, winning the country’s 2018 Invest Cyprus International Investment Award.
Leading ship registry, the Liberian Registry has backed an Australian initiative calling on the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to reconsider transparency and the role of industry bodies in the organisation.
Singapore is continuing to invest in navigational safety in the waters of one of the world’s busiest ports as it sees a significant drop in major incidents over the last…
Making her debut appearance at Posidonia earlier this month was Natasa Pilides, Cyprus’ Deputy Minister of Shipping, who was appointed to the newly created post in March.
Gibralter shipyard Gibdock has been seeing a steady stream of ballast water treatment system (BWTS) retrofit work as owners look to be compliant ahead of the September 2019 deadline.
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