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24
Feb 2017

Unless the International Maritime Organization (IMO) makes ‘significant progress’ on a CO2 emissions reduction strategy, the industry ‘could be vulnerable to regional action’, says Esben Poulsson, chairman of the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS).

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24
Feb 2017

The organisation is the 'first' class society to gain accreditation, it says.

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22
Feb 2017

Continuation of low oil and gas prices and a knock-on reduction in ship repair projects forces Damen Shiprepair & Conversion (DSC) to cut costs across its three Dutch yards.

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22
Feb 2017

Company says that assessments made by Seoul regional tax authorities for allegedly failing to issue VAT invoices and report certain transactions during 2011-2014 ‘are without merit and [we] are currently appealing the actions.’

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21
Feb 2017

A key activity will be the drafting of a guide to good practice for bunker suppliers, says Chairman Robin Meech.

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21
Feb 2017

Construction begins at the Meyer Werft Papenburg yard of the first of two vessels to be built for AIDA Cruises.

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21
Feb 2017

‘This year’s ICS table continues to highlight the sound performance of all of the world’s major flag administrations, regardless of whether they are open registers or so called “traditional” maritime flags,’ says Simon Bennett, International Chamber of Shipping’s director of policy and external relations.

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21
Feb 2017

'One thing is certain - the current business models for suppliers and intermediaries will not work as we enter a new decade,' Head of Sales & Business Development (North Europe) at Sing Fuels tells Bunkerspot.

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20
Feb 2017

Peter Hinchliffe will leave his role in May 2018.

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20
Feb 2017

Bureau Veritas has issued Marine Equipment Directive 96/98/EC (MED) certification to the MSC Fantasia.

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