Press

 

In BIMCO we need to be both knowledgeable and trusted. That is reflected in our approach to media relations. Our experts will always provide their most accurate professional opinions, and we actively strive to make it clear what is expert opinions and what is policy statements. If you are in doubt about what our official position is on the big maritime industry topics, I encourage you to read the relevant BIMCO statements

Angus Frew, Secretary General and CEO                    

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Rasmus Nord Jorgensen

Rasmus Nord Jørgensen, Communications Director

Mette Kronholm Frænde

Mette Kronholm Frænde, Communications Manager

Spokespeople

BIMCO represents around 60% of the shipping industry and can provide expert opinions on a wide range of policy and practical maritime issues as well as on the major sectors of the shipping market.

This section provides and overview of BIMCO’s spokespeople, their areas, biographical details and photos.

 

Sadan Kaptanoglu

President

Sadan Kaptanoglu

Angus Frew

Secretary General & CEO

Angus Frew

Lars Robert Pedersen

Maritime regulation & environment

Lars Robert Pedersen

Grant Hunter

Maritime contracts & law

Grant Hunter

Peter Sand

Shipping market

Peter Sand

Jakob P. Larsen

Maritime security & cyber security

Jakob P Larsen

Aron Sorensen

Maritime digitalisation, bio fouling & safety

Aron Sorensen

Wei Zhuang

Asian maritime law & regulation

Wei Zhuang

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The most important news and press releases published by BIMCO – including notification when the BIMCO Bulletin is published.

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November 2019

BIMCO and ICS publish new cyber security guide for crew on board

BIMCO and the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) have published a new cyber security workbook meant to serve as a guide for the master and officers on board ships and thereby help them prepare for a potential cyber incident.

September 2019

BIMCO points to ships’ power as a means to curb emissions

BIMCO has submitted a proposal to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to regulate propulsion power of ships in order to sustain the GHG savings already achieved through slower steaming.

BIMCO Secretary General to step down

BIMCO Secretary General & CEO, Angus Frew, has announced he will step down in the summer of 2020, as he wishes to spend more time in the UK and less time working. The search for his replacement has started.

Industry’s first decommissioning contract now available from BIMCO

BIMCO’s new DISMANTLECON contract, the first global standard contract designed for the dismantling and removal of offshore structures in the energy sector, is now available and aims to provide a balanced set of terms and conditions to both parties in the process.

The September issue of the Bulletin magazine is out

Get the latest insight and interviews in the September edition of BIMCO’s Bulletin magazine.

Safety at Sea and BIMCO publish cyber security white paper

Safety at Sea and BIMCO have published a white paper containing advice based on results and findings from Cyber Security Surveys produced over the last four years, as well as on feedback and knowledge from experts at roundtable events.

First draft gas tanker voyage charter party well underway

A joint project from BIMCO and the Association of Ship Brokers & Agents (U.S.A.), Inc. (ASBA) to develop a standard gas tanker voyage charter party took a big leap forward at a subcommittee meeting on 5-6 September. The aim of the project is to develop a standard form dedicated to the chartering of tankers for LPG, anhydrous ammonia and chemical gases based on the widely used tanker charter party, ASBATANKVOY.

Company in India falsely acting on behalf of BIMCO

BIMCO has been made aware of a company in India named Grand Shipping & Trading Company who is presenting themselves as a company facilitating BIMCO memberships.

August 2019

Marsden Point, New Zealand, Tops new BIMCO terminal vetting report

Marsden Point, New Zealand came out as the highest rated bulk terminal in BIMCOs Terminal Vetting Scheme. With 161 ships from 132 companies involved in the scheme, the report now covers 419 terminals globally. Just under 95% of the reports were rated average or better, which gave an average rating of 3.6 (out of five), suggesting positive trends for the future.