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Author - Iliana Koukoutsi Associate Shipping Department of Dingli & Dingli Law Firm THE BAO YUE CASE
by Ilian Koukoutsi Associate at Dingli & Dingli Law Firm
Author - Maria Deligianni Policy Advisor on Maritime Safety & Environment ECSA ECSA POSITION PAPER ON MARINE LITTER
by Maria Deligianni Policy Advisor ECSA
Author - Koji Sekimizu IMO General-Secretary A CHALLENGING PERIOD AHEAD
by Koji Sekimizu IMO General-Secretary
Author - Berwin, Leighton, Paisner POOLING AGREEMENTS
by Berwin, Leighton, Paisner Law Firm
Author - Alyson Azzara, The ICCT BLACK CARBON EMISSIONS FROM SHIPPING
by Alyson Azzara, Senior Policy Advisor US CMTS
Author - Andrian Mundin, UK Chamber of Shipping THE HUMAN ELEMENT IN ACCIDENTS
by Andrian Mundin, UK Chamber of Shipping Policy Manager
Author - Henrik Lano, Eniram DRIVING OPERATIONAL CHANGE WITH DATA-DRIVEN ANALYTICS
by Henrik Lano, Eniram Director of Analytics
Author - Capt. Tero Ilus, Eniram ROUTING OPTIMIZATION THE MISSING PART
by Capt. Tero Ilus, Eniram Nautical Consulting Director
Author - Capt. Sarabjit Butalia, Nautical Institute PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: A LIFELONG COMMITMENT
by Capt. Sarabjit Butalia, Master Mariner
Author - Capt. Melvin Matthews, Eniram RISE OF THE “THIRD UMPIRE” IN THE SHIPPING INDUSTRY
by Capt. Matthews, Eniram Regulatory & Env. Solutions
Author - Thomas Zeferer, LR AVOIDABLE ACCIDENTS
by Thomas Zeferer, LR Marine Training Specialist
Author - Sophia Themelarou, LR WHAT LIVES IN YOUR FUEL TANKS?
by Sophia Themelarou, LR FOBAS Specialist
Author - Dr. Edward Smith, DNV LEARNING FROM INCIDENTS
by Dr. Edward Smith, DNV GL Principal Consultant
Author - Wendy Laursen, MarEx SHOULD POLAR CODE REGULATE GREY WATER
by Wendy Laursen, MarEx News Editor

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2016.06.07 - The Bao Yue

The “Bao Yue”: Implications of failure to collect the cargo at the discharge port

In the recent English High Court case of Sang Stone Hamoon Jonoub Co Ltd v. Baoyue Shipping Co. Ltd. ([2015] EWHC 2288 Comm), Mr Justice Males provided direction on the potential liability of a cargo owner to the shipowner where the first does not take delivery of the cargo and the recompense such shipowner may expect in return.

Ship Map

The Ship Map

A new interactive video and map was recently created by Kiln and the UCL Energy Institute (UCL EI). The map shows the movements of the global merchant fleet for a total of three months in 2012. The data visualization is overlaid on a bathymetric map. There are a few statistics such as a counter for emitted […]

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MAIB safety digest: volume 1, 2016

The Maritime Accident Investigation recently launched the MAIB Safety Digest that contains analyses of accidents involving vessels from the merchant, fishing and recreational sectors. An important report for lessons learnt in the maritime industry.

When and Where - Total Losses 2006-2015_471

Safety & Shipping Review 2016

The Safety and Shipping Review 2016 focuses on key developments in maritime safety and analyzes shipping losses (of over 100 gross tons) during the 12 months prior to December 31, 2015. It follows the Safety and Shipping Review 2015 by Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS).

2016.06.06 - The Lease As An Alternative Structure For Financing Ships

The Lease As An Alternative Structure For Financing Ships

The Canadian Seaspan, one of the world’s largest containership owning companies, saw recently some 98.5% of its more than doubled in two years fleet utilised, most of which leased to major liner operators such as Maersk, Hapag-Lloyd, Cosco, and China Shipping at fixed rates for periods of 10 – 15 years and reported healthy profits while in contrast, its customers (the carriers) have continually teetered on the edge of bankruptcy and other forms of ship finance such as German KG funds are under pressure.

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