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To bunker or not to bunker that is the question… if only that were an option! However, unless your ship is propelled by magical fairy dust (or LNG); bunkers will be a pretty integral part of your operation.
Shipping is an industry that is notoriously social but if you’re new, it can sometimes all seem a bit daunting. Whether you’re new to the industry or just wanted to develop your network further, London has much to offer the young shipping professional.
A Member approached the Club asking for our help to pursue a claim under a Letter of Indemnity (LOI) issued by a charterer / shipper. LOIs are used all the time – even when, perhaps, they shouldn’t be .
According to the Belgian Court of Appeal, it would seem that Masters of ships must also be Masters of the unknown – on top of all the other job requirements. Odd? Yes – we thought so, too.
- Friday photo: David Thompson from Signum Services during an audit at Physician Diagnostic Services Clinic, Iloilo C… https://t.co/nj4LDtaMzn
- Friday photo: David Thompson of Signum Services at an audit, Physician Diagnostic Services Clinic, Iloilo City, Philippines
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