October 2019 issue
European Coal Trades
Hamburg–Le Havre Port Range
Stockyard Equipment
Biomass Handling
Self-Unloading Vessels & Transshipment Operations

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Going overboard? Shipping rules seen shifting pollution from air to sea

New global rules forcing ships to reduce air pollution by using cleaner fuels will see more sulphur and nitrates dumped into the oceans, analysts and civil society leaders say.

IMF says trade war cuts global growth to lowest since financial crisis a decade ago

The global economy is in a synchronized slowdown and we are, once again, downgrading growth for 2019 to 3 percent, its slowest pace since the global financial crisis.

Shipbreaking - A Dirty and Dangerous Industry

122 Ships Recycled During Third Quarter. 19 recorded deaths and 30 severe injuries recorded in South Asia so far this year.

Project Is Launched To Transform Shipping Registries Globally

Called the International E-Registry of Ships (IERS), it is an entirely new digital blockchain-based solution to streamline, standardize and drastically improve the currently laborious ship registration and renewal process.

IMF and World Bank’s New Leaders Warn of Deteriorating Global Outlook

The new leaders of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank warned in twin speeches of a deteriorating global economic outlook, just a week before they will lead the annual meetings of their institutions for the first time.

Lessons learnt from a collision while overtaking

UK P&I Club comments

BIMCO points to ships’ power as a means to curb emissions

BIMCO has submitted a proposal to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to regulate propulsion power of ships in order to sustain the GHG savings already achieved through slower steaming.

BIMCO Secretary General To Step Down

“In six successful years, Angus Frew has moved BIMCO to the forefront of the shipping industry and made sure our members’ opinions and positions are listened to at the highest levels of government.

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