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The Group Secretariat which manages the day-to-day co-ordination of internal administration on Group matters, external engagement and representation on behalf of the Group P&I clubs has just published its annual report...
Further to the UK P&I Club’s recent update on the BWMC 2004, the IMO confirmed on the 18th January 2016 that forty-seven countries have now ratified the convention, substantially more than the 30 required, but their combined fleets comprise, at most, 34.56 per cent of global tonnage, the 35% global tonnage required for the Convention to enter into force has yet to be attained.
OUTLINEThe International Group has agreed to cover liabilities arising in respect of the carriage of cargo under three electronic trading systems – Bolero (<link...
The UK P&I Club (“the Club”) has joined forces with leading marine cargo insurer Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) to publish new practical guidance for shipowners and operators on how to carry heavy-lift and project cargo safely at sea.
Claims Executive Efcharis Rocanas clarifies the question “what is damaged steel”? And offers guidance in how to minimise the risks of claims arising as a consequence of transporting damaged steel.
Lloyd's list newspaper recently published the results of an industry sentiment survey on regulatory challenges with ballast water. The Club has prepared a number of briefings and publications on this topic to inform...
The International Labour Organization have released a video to mark a year since the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 entered into force. The video - A day in a life at Sea - highlights what it is like for seafarers to...
In August 2014, the California State Lands Commission ("CSL") issued the attached letter to clarify its interpretation of existing ballast water requirements under the California's Marine Invasive...
Typical technical problems experienced by shipowners when they are required to use low-sulphur fuels include issues with the supply and storage of low-sulphur fuel, problems with machinery operation when using low-sulphur fuel, incompatibility between fuel types, and difficulties and delays when changing over from one fuel type to another.
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