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 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 2018

BIMCO adopts 2020 bunker clauses

BIMCO has developed two 2020 bunker clauses that deal with general compliance and the transitional period for an early December release.

BIMCO launches survey to highlight biofouling management

Biofouling is getting increasing attention and pressure for biofouling management is mounting. Therefore, BIMCO is launching a survey to gain insight into how shipowners are managing the topic.

October 2018

BIMCO very satisfied with carriage ban and fuel quality reporting compromise

BIMCO was very satisfied with several developments at the meeting of the Marine Environmental Protection Committee at the International Maritime Organization 22-26 October. 

Updates to BIMCO and Paris MoU’s inspection guide

BIMCO and the participating administration of the Paris Memorandum of Understanding of Port State Control (Paris MoU) have updated the pamphlet “The Inspection Regime on Paris MoU”.

Tripartite Forum: Shipping Industry prepares for major changes

The shipping industry is on the verge of major changes requiring  strong collaboration between ship builders, ship owners and classification societies, agreed the 70 plus participants of the 2018 Tripartite Forum held in Seoul, South Korea on 11 and 12 October.

Updates to BIMCO and IBIA’s bunkering guide

One of BIMCO & IBIA’s most popular pamphlets has been updated and can be downloaded free of charge.

Cyber security survey shows more action is needed in the industry

The result of a cyber security survey launched by BIMCO, Fairplay and ABS Advanced Solutions shows that while the number of cyber related attacks within the last 12 months has declined; protective measures, training and awareness need to improve.

BIMCO and industry partners to launch hull underwater cleaning standard

In response to growing concerns over the impact of hull biofouling on the marine environment, BIMCO and a group of industry partners have set out to create an internationally recognised standard.

BIMCO kicks off its first Advisory Panel in Asia

On Monday, BIMCO hosted an Advisory Panel in Singapore with the aim to continue to strengthen the shipping voice of members across Asia and establish a new platform for dialogue and involvement.

September 2018

First BIMCO 2020 bunker clause fast tracked for October

BIMCO will produce several clauses dealing with specific issues related to 2020, as making one clause to fit all concerns was deemed unworkable. The first 2020 clause – focused on compliance - may be published as soon as end October.