18 October 2021
David Loosley, Secretary General & CEO, BIMCO, will be giving a keynote speech at the 7th World Maritime Technology Conference at 09:00 CET (07:00 UTC/GMT) on Tuesday 26 April 2022.
18 October 2021
BIMCO President Sabrina Chao will be joining the panel session ‘Committing to clean and green shipping’ at 13:30-14:10 SGT (05:30-06:30 UTC/GMT).
15 September 2021
BIMCO's Ashok Srinivasan will be speaking about the link between advanced hull coatings, fuel savings and CO2 emissions reduction for vessels of different types, trading patterns and operating speeds over the lifetime of the vessel. In particular, he will be speaking about the industry standard for in-water cleaning with capture.
25 August 2021
BIMCO's Regional Manager for Asia, Wei (Wayne) Zhuang, will be taking part in the debate entitled "China's role in sustainable recovery in global shipping, and transition to a greener, cleaner industry."discussing China’s role in a sustainable recovery in global shipping, and transition to a greener, cleaner industry.
24 August 2021
Decarbonisation – Policy making at crossroads, who will pay for the bill? The billion dollar question.
12 August 2021
Throughout the first half of the year, talk of a new dry bulk super cycle has been on many lips as commodity prices have soared to multi-year highs.
18 June 2021
The shipping industry has welcomed the growing momentum for a USD 5 billion R&D Fund for shipping, but is calling on governments to act in line with their climate commitments and not waste more time in moving forward with decisive action to support the decarbonisation of the industry.
28 May 2021
BIMCO’s documentary experts have begun preparing charter party clauses to assist owners and charterers comply with complex new carbon regulations due to come into force in 2023.
21 April 2021
Ahead of President Biden’s Leaders’ Summit on Climate, the world’s major shipping organisations have called on world leaders to urgently examine the role of market-based measures (MBMs) to ensure ambitious decarbonisation targets are met across the entire global shipping industry.
23 March 2021
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) recently approved regulatory changes that will require ships to improve their CO2 emissions per transport work annually. In the best-case scenario, the new amendments may not be damaging to the industry’s efforts to reduce its carbon footprint. In the worst-case scenario, the ships’ CO2 emissions will rise, as more ships will be needed to obtain the required improvements.