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Spill response tackled in new contract

03 July 2016

The International Spill Control Organization (ISCO) and BIMCO are working together to develop a standard contract for spill response services. The contract is expected to be published by the end of the year.

Scalability and flexibility key to dismantling contract

26 January 2017

Dismantling offshore structures is a complex business. Producing a marine services agreement to appeal equally to oil companies and marine contractors is a challenge. But offshore specialists currently working on a new BIMCO dismantling contract believe that creating a simple yet flexible agreement that can be scaled to suit different sizes of project is the way forward.

Carriage Contracts, Liabilities & Cargo Claims Masterclass Online

04 November 2020

Carriage Contracts, Liabilities and Cargo Claims Masterclass is a series of 10 online sessions, each lasting 60-90 minutes. During the masterclass, the speakers will examine specific issues arising when goods are damaged, lost or delayed during transit.

Slew of new contracts and clauses top BIMCO committee’s upcoming meeting

18 September 2020

Projects for standard contracts and clauses covering almost every sector of the shipping industry will be reviewed by BIMCO’s Documentary Committee (DC) when it meets on 21 and 22 September. The gathering of over 70 documentary experts from around the world will take place online for the first time and two new contracts and two clauses are set to be approved for publication.

Bunker contract review begins

21 November 2016

A review of the increasingly widely used BIMCO Terms 2015 standard bunker contract began at a recent meeting held at BIMCO House.

Carriage Contracts, Liabilities & Cargo Claims Masterclass Online

01 November 2023

Carriage Contracts, Liabilities and Cargo Claims Masterclass Online is a series of 10 online sessions delivered over 5 days. Each day will run for 2x75 minutes with a short break in between. During the masterclass, the speakers will examine specific issues arising when goods are damaged, lost or delayed during transit.