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Regulation

Second quarter profits at Stolt-Nielsen were $26m for 2013, up from the previous quarter's $1.4m but down on 2012's $37.6m for the same period.
Australia has replaced its century-old maritime laws with new and stricter requirements for commercial seafarers and vessels to reflect the expectations of a modern shipping industry.
The IMO’s Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) has agreed to a restructuring of IMO’s sub-committees, reducing the number from nine to seven.
As of yesterday, Norway has become the first to sign up to the Hong Kong International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships, 2009.
The maritime industry does not need to speak with one voice so much as to deliver one message. To achieve this all sectors of the shipping industry have to improve…
A new Code of Conduct concerned with piracy prevention in Central and West Africa has been formally adopted by 22 signatory states, drawing praise from IMO secretary-general Koji Sekimizu.
Japanese Coast Guard inspections of the hull of a Norwegian Car Carriers (NOCC) vessel, that may have been involved in an incident with a fishing vessel, showed damage to the…
A leading figure in Chile’s shipping industry and president of Compania Chilena de Navegacion Interoceanica (CCNI) Beltran Urenda died at ten age of 93.
Greece's Prime Minister Antonis Samaras has named Miltiadis Varvitsiotis, 44, as new Shipping minister, in a cabinet reshuffle this week. The Athens-born New Democracy MP replaces Kostis Mousouroulis, from the…
Without seafarers there would be no shipping industry and the world would be a much poorer place. It is good therefore that the IMO holds its annual Day of the…
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