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Pollution prevention regulations from May at Tianjin Port

China Classification Society provided an unofficial translation explaining the regulations on prevention and control of ship pollution which are coming into force from 1 May, 2018 in Tianjin, Northern China’s largest port.

Proposed merger raises competition concerns in Singapore

The Competition Commission of Singapore expressed competition concerns over the proposed merger between Wilhelmsen Maritime Services and Drew Marine Technical Solutions, noting that the parties appear to be each other’s closest competitors.

China launches unmanned cargo ship development alliance

China Classification Society and HNA Technology Logistics Group have launched an unmanned cargo ship development alliance in China. The collaboration aims to establish technology and regulatory standards and assess of the environmental impacts and the commercialization of unmanned vessels.

CCS, SWS sign strategic cooperation agreement

On June 2, China Classification Society and Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co. Lt. signed strategic cooperation agreement in Beijing, focused on technical standard and scientific research, luxury cruise construction, new crack detection technology and other fields.

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