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Defending HFO Carriage Ban Breach, MSC Says Could Not Fit Scrubber Due to Coronavirus
The world’s number two container line MSC is in talks with the United Arab Emirates after the Gulf country banned one of their vessels from entering its waters over what authorities said was a breach of tough new sulphur emissions rules for ships.
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ClassNK joins US cyber risk initiative ahead of IMO 2021ClassNK has become the first non-US and classification society partner to join the Maritime Transportation System Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MTS-ISAC) to help address cyber security risks.
Bureau Veritas appoints new chief executive for ChinaFormer employee Alex Gregg-Smith has returned to the fold and been appointed country chief executive, China for BV Marine & Offshore.
IMO Calls on Port States to Allow Seafarers Access to Medical CareIMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim has endorsed a set of industry guidelines for port states on how to accommodate seafarers' medical needs in the COVID-19 era.
ABS chief calls for adequate training of seafarers to cope with digital challengesThe shipping industry has been fairly slow in adopting digitalization, due to its conservative nature. Nevertheless, over the past few years, the pace of digitalization has sped up considerably and especially following the coronavirus pandemic.
IMO Secretary-General Reiterates Calls for Crew Change in WSJ Op-EdIn an op-ed published in The Wall Street Journal, Secretary-General of the International Maritime Organization Kitack Lim reiterated his call for all nations to make reasonable accommodations for crew changes.
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