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BIMCO's position on "fair treatment of seafarers" has been approved by the BIMCO Board of Directors.
BIMCO launched its Chinese name “滨客” at BIMCO's Conference and Awards Dinner in Shanghai in November, shortly after the launch of the new BIMCO brand.
BIMCO will open an office in Athens in the early summer of 2019. The objective is to have a stronger and closer dialogue with BIMCO’s Greek membership and to recruit more Greek members. The Greek shipowners are already the biggest group of BIMCO members measured by fleet size.
Grey water is an often disregarded emission to the sea from ships but presents a potential source of both contaminants and microplastics. The new BIMCO position aims to clarify a way forward for the shipping industry and defines how we will support our members wishing to take action to reduce their grey water footprint.
Under the presidency of Mrs Sadan Kaptanoglu, the BIMCO Board of Directors has approved the nomination of Mr Nikolaus H. Schües, CEO of Reederei F. Laeisz (Germany) to stand for election as the next President Designate of BIMCO in 2021, succeeding Mrs Sabrina Chao, Chairman of Wah Kwong Shipping Holdings Limited (Hong Kong).
BIMCO provides easy-to-print out posters on precautionary measures to be taken by seafarers and visitors onboard ships.
After two years of redesign, BIMCO relaunches ship benchmarking system, Shipping KPI. The system helps shipowners and managers make strategic decisions about their fleet.
BIMCO will open its fourth local office, this time in London, at the beginning of 2021. The new office will support the organisation’s regulatory affairs activities with Dr Bev Mackenzie taking up the role of BIMCO’s permanent representative at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) from 1 February, reporting to Deputy Secretary General Lars Robert Pedersen at the head office in Copenhagen.
Check out our BIMCO Ice Information section which has been completely updated.