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BIMCO COVID 19 weekly report

26 February 2021

The BIMCO Maritime Information department informs members on a weekly basis, updates about the COVID-19 in relation to implementation measures imposed by governments for sea transport including for crew change as well as from the United Nation bodies like the International Maritime Organization (IMO), World Health Organization (WHO) and International Labour Organization (ILO). BIMCO provides the following update for this week ending Friday, 26 February 2021

Successful GENCON 2022 seminars held in Asia – more to come in Europe, US

22 March 2023

Last week, BIMCO conducted three highly successful seminars on BIMCO’s recent GENCON 2022 voyage charter party for the dry bulk trade. The seminars , which took place Singapore, Seoul and Tokyo, were all very well attended with great engagement from a lively audience interested to know about BIMCO’s flagship contract in the dry bulk trade when it comes to voyage chartering. Almost 100 people attended the seminars in each of the three shipping centres.

Navigating Change in the Dry Bulk Shipping Markets

11 May 2023

Leveraging high-integrity market insights to drive decisions The maritime industry is constantly evolving, and keeping pace with industry changes is key to maximiSing business outcomes. Unfortunately, many maritime shipping organizations do not have sufficient integrated market insight to monitor trends and predict changes in a meaningful way.

BIMCO’s CII Operations Clause – Questions and answers

17 January 2023

The CII regulation which came into force on 1 January 2023 is complex. In November, BIMCO published a clause to help the industry navigate it. Below, we have gathered some questions and answers to help understand the fundamentals of the clause.

Implications of stricter biofouling standards

04 May 2023

Tankers can spend days, if not months, idle on storage duties accumulating underwater growth, which could be an expensive issue now ports and terminals are becoming increasingly sensitive to underwater fouling. This article is reproduced by kind permission of Riviera Maritime Media. See the original article .