IMO low-sulphur regulations Headlines
News / Carriers must train their crews for IMO 2020 or risk criminality, warns seafarer union
Seafarer representatives are increasingly worried that the forthcoming IMO 2020 low-sulphur regulations could result in ...
News / Open-loop scrubber ban spreads: 'a pain, but we can live with it', say carriers
Malaysia has become the latest state to ban the use of open-loop scrubbers for ships ...
News / Ocean freight rates stay on a roll, but are they high enough for carriers?
Following a mini-recovery of container spot rates on the major east-west trades in recent weeks, ...
News / Decision not to install scrubbers could prove expensive for ONE
Ocean Network Express (ONE) could “pay the price” for not investing in scrubber technology. According to ...
News / LNG: the fuel of the future for containerships, or a 'disastrous' option?
By the end of next year, 20-25% of the global containership fleet will be fitted ...
Comment / Q&A with Carnival's Kaczmarek – scrubber critics lack experience or knowledge of systems
I recently asked Michael Kaczmarek, senior vice president marine technology at Carnival Corporation, a $29bn-market-cap behemoth, what he ...
News / Shippers should open talks on container contracts now, says Drewry
Shippers with sizeable volumes shipped under annual contracts should already be opening negotiations with their ...
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Absolutely fascinating article from Wired which looks at scientific research into lightning patterns that appears ...
News / New call to end shipping surcharges: 'let's follow Sri Lanka's lead'
The Global Sippers Forum has renewed its campaign to end the myriad shipping surcharges levied ...
News / Governments must ensure compliance with IMO 2020, warns WSC president
The implementation of the IMO 2020 0.5% sulphur cap on shipping from 1 January next ...
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