Charter party workshop - dry and tanker
BIMCO's Charter party workshop is a face-to-face course, during which the lectures are combined with group discussions and case studies and are therefore highly practical in scope. For the case studies, the participants can choose from dry and tanker cases, depending on the nature of their business.
Commodity trading & chartering masterclass
Commodity trading and chartering are fully interlinked. Most international sales, whether CIF, FOB or on some other basis, include an obligation to transport the goods from one country to another.
BIMCO Masterclass on marine insurance will provide the participants with a practical understanding of the types of insurance cover available and how they interrelate and connect with the commercial process. The course will look at insurance from both shipowner and cargo owner perspectives and how the contractual relationships are influenced by the decisions and preferences of the insurance buyer and seller.
Time chartering is a complex business. The shipowners give the time charterers substantial control over the commercial operation of the vessel in exchange for the regular payment of hire. The aim of this coruse is to highlight the various problem areas and to consider ways in which parties attempt to allocate risk and so provide the student with a balanced understanding of the relevant legal principles and practise.
BIMCO Training Days Chartering
This course is suitable for all staff in operations and chartering as well as traders, importers/exporters, port agents and brokers looking for a content specific course and wide-ranging overview of the chartering field, and the mechanisms driving the market. It is also well suited for finance, accountants and legal consultants who wish to broaden their knowledge base.
Voyage charters are not regulated by any compulsory international conventions and so the principle of freedom of contract reigns supreme. Therefore, voyage charters will often include terms that are intended to minimise each party’s obligations or even transfer some if not all of such responsibility to the other party.
The aim of this module is to highlight the various problem areas and to consider ways in which parties attempt to allocate risk between themselves and so, provide the student with a balanced understanding of the relevant legal principles and practise.