The International Federation of Transport Workers (ITF) and the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) gathered in Geneva at the committee’s wage committee subcommittee headed by the International Labor Organization (ILO)
Martin Dorsman, Secretary General of the ECSA, expressed the satisfaction of European shipowners for the agreement reached on Brexit a few days ago. According to Dorsman, the shipowners’ concerns about
The publication “Annual overview of marine casualties and incidents 2018” is available for download on the EMSA website. The report presents the accident statistics on ships flying the flag of
The President of Assarmatori, Stefano Messina, participated in the meeting of the Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte along with a delegation of Italian entrepreneurs in the United Arab Emirates.
The Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte met with representative Italian entrepreneurs who do business in the UAE, and including the President of Assarmatori and Gruppo Messina SpA, Stefano Messina, as
Two “2020 bunker clauses BIMCO” will be ready to be published at the beginning of December and will deal with general fuel compliance and the transitional period.
The BIMCO Documentary Committee, during its last meeting in Copenhagen on November 13th, approved the “Global Marine Fuel Sulfur Clause for Time Charter Parties” and a second clause concerning the
Speaking in Tokyo on November 13th, Esben Poulsson, Chairman of the International Chamber of Shipping, expressed serious concerns about the prospects of world trade due to the positions taken by
TORM establishes joint venture with Guangzhou Shipyard and ME Production for the construction and installation of scrubbers on board their ships.
TORM, one of the world’s largest product tanker companies, has established a joint venture with the Chinese shipyard, Guangzhou Shipyard International (GSI), which is part of the CSSC (China State
The EU-Iran Workshop on Maritime, Ports & Logistics is taking place in Iran, 12-13 November 2018. This workshop was organized by the European Union and the Iranian Government. Yesterday, the
“San Giorgio del Porto” shipyard in Genoa will be the first Italian shipyard authorized by the EU to ship recycling.
It is well-known, that ships flying the flag of Member States of the European Union can only be recycled at yards that meet certain social and environmental standards. These sites