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COVID-19 implementation measures for sea transport

18 November 2022

Providing members with the latest information on measures taken by various countries to combat this Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak that could impact sea transport. The page might be updated several times per day, so please check back for the most recent information. BIMCO is closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation on a global basis and will attempt to keep members updated on measures implemented by various countries to combat this outbreak which could impact sea transport. Feedback or a question about this information? Contact marinfo@bimco.org

Suez Canal ship transits rise amidst the Covid-19 pandemic

16 June 2020

Transits through the Suez Canal, the beating heart of the Egyptian economy, have stayed remarkably resilient to the fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic if judging by total transits of the three commercial shipping sectors which are up 8% year-on-year.

Study to detect potential COVID-19-related safety issues

30 May 2023

The World Maritime University is conducting a study for the European Maritime Safety Agency to detect potential COVID-19-related safety issues and emerging risks contributing to marine casualties and incidents. The study aims to provide insight and figures on the potential impact of COVID-19 on shipping safety, including seafarers’ well-being and ship operations.

COVID-19 Q&A on BIMCO’s Infectious or Contagious Diseases Clauses

03 June 2021

The outbreak of COVID-19 and its impact on business and society is unprecedented. We are learning day by day how we must adapt to these new circumstances. Ports around the world are handling the situation in different ways and it is difficult to provide a one-size-fits-all contractual solution. What one port in one country of the world is doing, restricting or prohibiting, is not necessarily the same as a port in a neighbouring country does. BIMCO urges the industry to be pragmatic and work together to find solutions. Not every answer will be found in the contract and parties should do their best to communicate openly about the issues they face and identify compromise solutions to find a way through these difficult times. This Q&A is a list of commonly asked questions together with our answers.