ClassNK announced that it has released amendments to its Rules and Guidance for the Survey and Construction of Steel Ships on 1 June 2017. ClassNK is constantly revising its Rules and Guidance, in order to reflect the latest results from relevant research and development projects, feedback from damage investigations, requests from industry etc.
The IMO Facilitation Committee held its 42st Session (FAL 41), from Tuesday 4 through Friday 7 April 2017. Mr Y Melanas (RUSSIAN FEDERATION) chaired the meeting together with his Vice Chair, Mrs M Angsell (SWEDEN), both of whom were subsequently re-elected for 2018.
In October 2016, the U.S. Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control announced amendments to the Cuban Asset Control Regulations, which restrict the scope of the application of the “180 day rule,” by permitting ships to carry a wider range of cargos to be imported to Cuba from third countries, without their being subject to the rule.
Marshall Islands updates maritime legislation
Amendments to Singapore Standard Code of Pratice for Bunkering (SS 600:2008)
World Economic Forum presents six projects in support of ocean sustainability17/06/2019
Global shipping growth may conclude to rise of invasive species17/06/2019
UN Sec-Gen highlights four key measures to achieve carbon neutrality by 205016/06/2019
Lessons Learned: Always be prepared for an emergency16/06/2019
Infographic: What is EPIRB16/06/2019
Adopting a formal alcohol policy in ports is vital15/06/2019
Lessons Learned: Do not load cargoes excluded from the IMSBC Code15/06/2019
More microplastics are hidden in the ocean than the surface15/06/2019
Port of Amsterdam: Completion work progresses for new lock gates14/06/2019
Accidents related to ISM Code failures: What we have learned so far14/06/2019