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BIMCO supports IMO development of global remote inspection guidelines

05 October 2021

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the shipping industry has faced challenges when it comes to conducting surveys and inspections physically on board ships. As a result of social distancing requirements during the pandemic, remote surveys and inspections for the certification of materials and components have been successfully used and have proven to be a helpful alternative to on-site surveys. Now, global guidelines are needed.

Smart Maritime Network - Copenhagen Conference

24 September 2021

BIMCO's Chief Shipping Analyst Peter Sand will attend the Smart Maritime Network – Copenhagen Conference on 6 October as a panelist at 03:55PM. Peter Sand and other experts will discuss the "Role of Leaders and Policy Makers in Digital Trade" and will touch upon the following topics:   -         Building a coherent and comprehensive approach to digital transformation -         Leveraging return on investment -         The importance of purpose in a digital transformation strategy

BIMCO, NGOs invite the industry to help develop global digital ISO standards

05 March 2021

Digitalisation has taken on a new urgency in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic, in particular when it comes to digital data exchange in ports, and for facilitating trade and logistics in general. BIMCO and other maritime NGOs are inviting public and private players to help create global digital ISO standards to facilitate the digital exchange of data.