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Ocean Product Line Launched
Chinas Ocean Development
Panama Canal's expansion
Launched at Zvezda Shipyard
PT Pelindo quarterly volume up
Swaping slots on loop service
Long Beach container volume up
Maersk posts 30pc loss
April volume up 3.9pc
Hamburg box volumes falls
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Maersk Receives IMO Award
18 Mayıs 2013 Cumartesi 13:35
Maersk won the IMO 2013 themed award: Sustainable Development IMOs contribution beyond Rio+20 in support of the IMOs theme for World Maritime Day for 2013, at the 25th annual Seatrade Awards ceremony held in London recently.
Dumping of steel tubes
CHINA is investigating the dumping of seamless steel tubes and pipes in domestic markets by American, European and Japanese companies in response to complaints from Chinese producers, Reuters reports.
EU hints at anti-dumping duties
The European Union is threatening to impose sanctions against Chinese telecom giant Huawei, which has 25 per cent of the EU market, and its smaller rival ZTE Corp, over allegedly illegal export subsidies in the latest tit-for-tat anti-dumping war.
Main Topic on IMO Meeting
The Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) meets for its 65th session from 13 to 17 May 2013, at IMO Headquarters in London.
6-month consultation period
THE UN's International Maritime Organisation started a six-month consultation period on May 7 in which it will seek input on compliance costs arising from its rules and regulations.
Consultation on Burdens
On 7 May 2013, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) kicked off a six-month consultation period in which it will seek widespread input on the administrative burdens that may result from compliance with IMO instruments.
IMO legal panel drafts evidence
THE UN's International Maritime Organisation (IMO) legal committee has approved draft guidelines on the preservation and collection of evidence in the event of a missing person or serious crime at sea, reports London's TankerOperator.
Amendment on Ship Recycling
Several Members of the European Parliament are considering to table a compromise amendment on the draft ship recycling Regulation in order to establish a funding mechanism that would ensure the conscious recycling of ships.
SOLAS Amendments Enters
Amendments to the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) aimed at preventing accidents during lifeboat launching entered into force on 1 January 2013.
World Maritime Day Theme
IMO Secretary-General Koji Sekimizu has launched this years World Maritime Day theme, Sustainable development: IMOs contribution beyond Rio+20.
Regulations to Improve Efficiency
New regulations aimed at improving the energy efficiency of international shipping entered into force on 1 January 2013.
Do Not Transit High Risk Area
Rear Admiral Potts who is the operation commander of the European Unions counter piracy mission off the coast of Somalia yesterday reminded the yachting and leisure craft community that whilst pirate attacks have reduced off the Horn of Africa over the p
Safety of Fishing Vessels
A diplomatic conference to consider a new agreement aimed at implementing the provisions of an international treaty on fishing vessel safety has opened in Cape Town, South Africa.
IMOs New Agreement
new agreement aimed at implementing the provisions of an international treaty on fishing vessel safety is expected to be adopted at a diplomatic conference, to be held in Cape Town, South Africa.
IMO ignores call for study
THE International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), which represents 80 per cent of the world's merchant shipping, has expressed disappointment at the UN's International Maritime Organisation's (IMO)..
IMO stalls on container weights
DELAYING verification on "true weight" of a loaded container weighing is likely to see the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) amendment of UN's International Maritime Organisation (IMO) pushed back for regulatory start 2017.
ICS Disappointed by IMO
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), has expressed disappointment and concern at a decision by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to reject its call to accelerate a critical study into the global availability of low sulphur fuel for shi
IMO Ship-Recycling Rules
The Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) meets for its 64th session from 1 to 5 October 2012, at IMO Headquarters in London.
World Maritime Day 2012
Today (27 September 2012) marks the 35th celebration of World Maritime Day.
Working conditions in 12 months
THE UN's International Labour Organisation's (ILO) Maritime Labour Convention (MLC), which sets out the labour rights of the world's 1.2 million seafarers, has been ratified by 30 countries and will go into effect in a year's time.
Emissions Dropped 66pct
Sulfur dioxide emissions from ships touring EU ports have been reduced by 66 % since 2010 with the implementation of a new shipping policy.
EU-NATO forces free the vessel
MEH IT Systems handed over
North American Emission Control
Shift of shipping Lines Approved
IMO Anti-Piracy Code Signed
Prohibition against Iranian Oil
Rio+20: Ban urges world leaders
IMO Exceptional Bravery Awards
Dutch captain leading EU
Guidance for PMSCs by IMO
Oil 'counter-sanctions' on EU
EUNAVFOR Intercepts Pirates
Attacks on Somali pirate bases
IMO reaffirms commitment
Collide over CO2 emissions
China protests EU shipping tax
As Concordia death toll rises
Ratify 2010 HNS Protocol
IMO addresses Piracy
Capt. Tuncay Çehreli*
Jose Maura Barandiaran
Enhancing maritime safety and security
Shipyard can not be closed because of accident
The International Regime on Liability
Jose Maura Barandiaran
Seaman love depth horizons
VTS AND MORE
Capt. Tuncay Çehreli*
Urgent action still required
CONTINUING recession in Europe is badly timed for ocean carriers with deliveries of an armada of ultra large container vessels coming before the end of the year, says analysts at Drewry Maritime Research in London.
New Hydroplane Route
According to Melih Gökçek, metropolitan municipality mayor of Ankara, there will be a new flight route between Turkeys Metropol Istanbuls Golden Horn and Turkeys Capital Ankaras Golbasi.
New investors needed to help
THE collapse of the German KG ship financing system leaves a hole in the small box ship market, which needs to be filled, particularly as smaller vessels need to be more fuel efficient and eco-friendly, says Drewry Maritime Research.
Sefine Shipyard is Growing
Pirates' spokesman claimed
LNG carrier heads back to sea
Ship Owner Award: Geden Line
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