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Wildlife taskforce alert

Please find attached the 1 November 2017 United for Wildlife Transport Taskforce Alert concerning the port of Pemba, Mozambique being vulnerable to illicit wildlife trafficking.  

Southeast Asia warning

BIMCO has received the following warning for ships operating in Southeast Asia. 

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November 2017

Weekly piracy reports and analysis

Read the latest maritime security news making headlines throughout the world.

US maritime alert for ports in Yemen

Members are asked to take notice of the attached alert from the US. 

Weekly piracy reports and analysis

Read the latest maritime security news making headlines throughout the world.

Wildlife taskforce alert

Please find attached the 1 November 2017 United for Wildlife Transport Taskforce Alert concerning the port of Pemba, Mozambique being vulnerable to illicit wildlife trafficking.  

October 2017

Weekly piracy reports and analysis

Read the latest maritime security news making headlines throughout the world.

Weekly piracy reports and analysis

Read the latest maritime security news making headlines throughout the world.

Weekly piracy reports and analysis

Read the latest maritime security news making headlines throughout the world.

Southeast Asia warning

BIMCO has received the following warning for ships operating in Southeast Asia. 

Nigerian navy bans embarked security teams

BIMCO and INTERTANKO met with Rear Admiral Osondo, Nigerian Navy’s Head of Standards and Transformation who was directed to brief the Nigerian Chief of Naval Staff on issues related to security in Nigerian waters.

US regulations affecting your ships - get the September update!

This is the latest in a series of reports supplied by the Chamber of Shipping of America (CSA) with the intention of keeping BIMCO members appraised of legislative developments in the US affecting international shipping. BIMCO highlights only the relevant developments that would impact members. The full CSA September report is also provided.