Regulation

Ahead of the critical IMO Marine Environment and Protection Committee 74 (MEPC 74) meeting in London next week, the Union of Greek Shipowners (UGS) urges IMO members and all stakeholders…
What might we expect from a Seatrade Parliamentary Debate? Before we took our seats, a guest from mainland Europe suggested: “Perhaps it will be like your UK Parliament, with the…
What do school students, a professional dance troupe and the Catholic Church have in common?  
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has revoked the bunker craft operator licence of Southernpec (Singapore) effective 8 May due to the bunker player’s malpractice of using a…
Lord Mountevans, Chairman, Maritime London & President, Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers was announced as the recipient of the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award at tonight’s presentation ceremony for the 31st Seatrade Awards,…
Brexit has opened the floodgates for the UK Ship Register (UKSR) – in the wrong direction. At the beginning of the year, the UK-flagged fleet stood at around 16.5m gt.…
Becker Marine Systems says the IMO 2020 sulphur cap is driving increased demand for its 10 year old energy saving product the Becker Mewis Duct.
As the severe dry season continues the Panama Canal Authority has announced a sixth draught reduction for vessels transiting the neo-panamax locks, to 13.11metres (43 ft) effective 28 May down…
Wärtsilä Corp has been granted US Coastguard (USCG) type approval for a its UV ballast water management system (BWMS) in addition to existing EC (Electro-Chlorination) system.
Innovative solution from ABB saves the environment and increases reliability. ABB’s Measurement & Analytics business prides itself on developing instrumentation and analyzers that make solving tough measurement applications easy for…
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