01 March 2018
BIMCO’s Chief Shipping Analyst will be visiting Singapore to be the moderator at BIMCO’s own seminar and networking event “Crude Oil Tankers: Road to Recovery”. Peter Sand will furthermore be participating in Maritime CEO Forum and a panel discussion at the 15th edition of Asia Pacific Maritime Conference. All three events are hosted in Singapore and will take place on 13-15 March 2018.
18 April 2017
BIMCO’s new standard term sheet for bilateral ship financing transactions, SHIPTERM, will be the focus of two seminars taking place in Singapore on 24 May and Hong Kong on 25 May.
03 May 2017
BIMCO, International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) launched a new cyber security awareness poster at Singapore Maritime Week 2017.
07 December 2017
A year before IMO launches it's data collection system (DCS) in 2019, the Maritime and Port Authorities of Singapore (MPA Singapore) has started a voluntary data collection of fuel oil consumption.
30 November 2018
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore has decided to prohibit the use of open-loop exhaust gas cleaning systems within its port limits, as of 1 January 2020.
MPA chief executive, Andrew Tan, announced the new regulation, which is already part of current legislation, in his opening address at the Singapore Registry of Ships Forum.
08 September 2017
Singapore Port Authority drives a hard line on bunker fraud.
12 September 2016
12 September 2016
17 October 2016
The New York Produce Exchange Form (NYPE) is the most widely used standard time charter party in the dry cargo sector. NYPE 2015 was developed in cooperation between BIMCO, the Association of Shipbrokers and Agents (ASBA), who are the copyright holders of the form, and the Singapore Maritime Foundation (SMF).
The latest edition of this contract is NYPE 2015.
07 July 2016
A new edition of BIMCO’s Dispute Resolution Clause has been published. New wording has been added to the US law, New York arbitration option to ensure that non-maritime contracts (such as shipbuilding contracts) are not inadvertently excluded from the scope of the clause.