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When the IMO convention was adopted in 2004, it was not a sudden event as the discussions around it had …

As the realisation that the 2020 global cap on sulphur is drawing inexorably closer gradually dawns, the long-awaited acceptance of …

In January this year it was announced that Maersk had joined with IBM in a project to introduce blockchain security …

dual-fuel engines

LNG has been used as a marine fuel for more than 50 years but for most of that time it …

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Regulation and Class

Klaveness Ship Management is one of the first in our industry to have achieved the international standard on anti-bribery management …

DNV GL has revised its class rules for single stern tube bearing installations and introduced two new class notations, “Shaft …

Latvian Shipping Company (LSC) Shipmanagement has a fast-growing handysize and medium range tanker fleet, currently numbering 26 vessels. The increasing …

An ambitious campaign for a ban on heavy fuel oil (HFO) from Arctic shipping has successfully harnessed the power and …

Korean Register (KR) – an IACS member classification society – has launched the second edition of its one stop fleet …

With new EU rules on hazardous materials inventories set to come into effect at the end of this year, Norwegian …

FAL Convention

Through history ships or their agents have needed to complete various formalities and pay dues before the ship was allowed …

Drone and robotics specialist RIMS (Robotics In Maintenance Strategies) have received their fourth Classification Certificate as Recognized External Specialists, from …