Hyundai Heavy Gets AIP from DNV GL for New LPG Carrier Design
Classification society DNV GL has awarded South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) with an approval in principle (AIP) for the design of a very large liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) carrier. The AIP certificate for the 91,000 cubic meter dual-fuel vessel design was presented during the Gastech trade fair being held in Houston. “We are particularly proud to receive this certificate as the 91,000 cbm carrier design lays the groundwork for constructing the largest-sized vessels using LPG cargo as a fuel today,” Hyung Kwan Kim, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at HHI, commented.
2020 Bulkers Welcomes Second Newbuild
Norway-based shipowner 2020 Bulkers has accepted delivery of the second of the eight 208,000 dwt Newcastlemax newbuilds from New Times Shipbuilding in China. The bulker in question is Bulk Santiago and has a capacity of 224,100 cubic meters. Flying the flag of Liberia, the ship was handed over to 2020 Bulkers on September 19, 2019. On September 21, the 300-meter-long bulk carrier will commence a 12-15-month time charter with Koch Supply & Trading at a fixed rate of USD 19,525 per day. The time charter was agreed earlier this year when one-year when rates for a standard Capesize were approximately USD 13,000 per day.
IMC Golden Shield Excellence Awards 2019 makes a comeback with its 2nd Chapter in the United Kingdom
United Kingdom, 13 September 2019: After the first successful edition in 2017, Biz Events Management organized the second edition of IMC Golden Shield Excellence Awards 2019 at Old Library Lloyd’s, United Kingdom on 13th September 2019. The award ceremony recognized the remarkable and noteworthy contributions of the veterans to the insurance industry. The recipients of these awards were top notch organisations who have demonstrated highest level of professionalism, contributed towards the development of the insurance field. The entire proceedings of the event was telecasted live
NAMEPA, Liberian Registry and ProSea Selected as Finalists for 2019 Lloyd’s List Americas Awards for Collaborative Environmental Training Program
The North American Marine Environment Protection Association (NAMEPA), in partnership with Liberian Registry (LISCR) and ProSea Marine Education, has been selected as a finalist for the 2019 Lloyd’s List Americas Awards for Excellence in Safety and Training. The consortium was selected for its ground-breaking
NAMEPA Expands US West Coast Presence as The Port of Los Angeles and Marine Exchange of Southern California Join as New Members
August 7, 2019 - Carleen Lyden Walker, Co-Founder and Executive Director of the North American Marine Environment Protection Association (NAMEPA), announced today that The Port of Los Angeles and Marine Exchange of Southern California have joined NAMEPA as the depth and breadth of NAMEPA membership continues to grow. .
SHIPPINGInsight Launches New Tech Corridor at October Event
STAMFORD, Conn. – August 7, 2019 –Committed to innovation and optimization, Chief Evolution Officer, Carleen Lyden Walker, announced today that this year’s SHIPPINGInsight Fleet Optimization and Innovation Conference and Exhibition being held Oct. 15-17th, in Stamford, Connecticut will feature a New Tech Corridor to showcase technologies and services under development in the maritime space. The New Tech Corridor will feature a dedicated area with high traffic flow, a low rate to accommodate tight budgets, and an opportunity to compete for a place in SHIPPINGInsight’s SHARK TANK and SHIPPINGInsight’s Innovation Award (if booked by August 30th).
Maritime champion Kathy Metcalf chosen as Lloyd’s List’s Americas Lifetime Achievement Award winner
Kathy Metcalf, President and Chief Executive of the Chamber of Shipping of America, has been selected by Lloyd’s List’s awards judges to receive recognition for Lifetime Achievement. Judges applauded her career spanning both sea- and shore-time, regulatory and policy issues, government and industry.
2020: A Shipping Odyssey Encapsulates Maritime’s Future for SHIPPINGInsight Fleet Optimization and Innovation Conference Industry Facing “Monolith Moment”
STAMFORD, Conn., July 10, 2019 –Borrowing from the icons of the 1968 movie, the 8th annual SHIPPINGInsight Fleet Optimization and Innovation Conference & Exhibition – North America’s premier maritime technology event—will be themed “2020: A Shipping Odyssey”. This year’s program, like the movie, will take the delegates from the challenges of today (IMO 2020), through to 2050 incorporating the moments of change and advancements affecting the shipping industry. The conference will be held October 15-17th at the Stamford Hilton in Stamford, Connecticut USA.
ADNOC Logistics & Services joins SHIPTEK 2019 Singapore as MAIN SPONSOR
02.07.2019, Sharjah, UAE
ShipTek 2019 is proud to announce that ADNOC Logistics & Services (ADNOC L&S), the maritime logistics arm of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has joined Shiptek2019 as main Sponsor. The company is the Gulf’s largest fully integrated maritime logistics company, providing shipping, marine services, offshore logistics and onshore services to deliver oil, gas and petroleum products to global customers, while playing a major role in the further development of the UAE’s maritime industry..
WMU LAUNCHES MARITIME ENERGY POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA BY DISTANCE LEARNING
Today, 5 March 2019, the World Maritime University is launching a new, ground-breaking Postgraduate Diploma programme on Maritime Energy by distance learning. The Maritime Energy programme takes a holistic approach from ships to ports and shipyards, combining innovative technical solutions with a socio-economic-environmental perspective.
WOC COO ON “THE ROLE OF SHIPPING IN THE BLUE ECONOMY” AT GST EUROPE, 20-21 MARCH
World Ocean Council COO Christine Valentin will be Speaking on “The Role of Shipping in ‘The Blue Economy’” at GST Europe, 20-21 March, Copenhagen With the theme of “A New Dawn for Sustainable Shipping: 2020 to 2050”, Green Ship Technology (GST) 2019 (20-21 March, Copenhagen) will be focusing on solutions to decarbonize the shipping industry and minimize its environmental impact – from the sulphur cap and BWM convention, to climate change and ocean plastics.
WOC AND LAW FIRM KELLEY DRYE COLLABORATE TO PRESENT OCEAN AND WATERWAYS CONFERENCE
The WOC-Kelley Drye Ocean and Waterways Conference on March 8, 2019 in Houston expands upon the ongoing Kelley Drye efforts to engage the business community in addressing ocean and waterway issues, challenges and opportunities.
REPORT ON “OCEAN CLIMATE GEOENGINEERING: AN ASSESSMENT OF POTENTIAL RISKS, BENEFITS AND GOVERNANCE” TO BE LAUNCHED
The World Ocean Council (WOC) is working to support the implementation of the International Climate Agreement (Paris 2015) requirements for negative emission technologies (NETs) to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. With the growing evidence that the ocean is the dominant player in global carbon cycling and storage, ocean-based NETs must be given serious consideration for contributing to climate mitigation. The WOC is advancing this by developing a global “Ocean NET” platform to bring together science, policy, business and other stakeholders.
TOTOTHEO MARITIME CO-CEO ONCE AGAIN HONORED IN LLOYD’S LIST TOP 100
Despina Panayiotou Theodosiou, Tototheo Maritime Co-CEO has ranked 96 in the prestigious Lloyd’s List Top 100 most influential people in shipping internationally. The annual Top 100 ranking, published by Lloyd’s List, is determined with input from the maritime industry as well as an analysis of business decisions, thought-leadership and forward-thinking. This is the second appearance in the highly respected Top 100 ranking for Despina Panayiotou Theodosiou. She also appeared in 2017.
WMU GRADUATION CEREMONY 2018
On Sunday, 4 November, the maritime leaders of tomorrow from over 70 countries graduated from the World Maritime University (WMU). The graduates have received the education required to contribute to the implementation of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) in their home countries as well as within the broader maritime and ocean community. They are equipped to become the maritime and ocean leaders of tomorrow that will promote safe, secure, environmentally sound, efficient and sustainable shipping on clean oceans.
WORLD MARITIME UNIVERSITY GRADUATION CEREMONY 2018
On Sunday, 4 November, the maritime leaders of tomorrow from over 50 countries will graduate from the World Maritime University (WMU). With the education and training they have received at WMU, the graduates are ready to be operational and contribute to the implementation by the maritime industry in their home countries of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs). They are now equipped to ensure not only the safe, environmentally sound, energy efficient and secure shipping on clean oceans, but also to promote and help implement sustainable maritime and ocean development in their countries.
NORTH AMERICAN WORLD MARITIME DAY FOCUSES ON ENVIRONMENT MEXICO DELIVERS VISION FOR FUTURE OF PORTS AND SHIPS
October 23, 2018 - The North American Marine Environment Protection Association (NAMEPA), the International Maritime Association (IMO), the Inter-American Committee on Ports (CIP) and the API Quintana Roo announced today this year’s North American World Maritime Day will be held in Cozumel, Mexico November 13-14th. With the year’s theme of “Our Heritage- Better Shipping for a Better Future”, the event is focusing on how shipping and ports collaborate to reduce their impact on the marine environment. A highlight of the event will be the luncheon keynote delivered by Guillermo Ruiz de Teresa, General Coordinator of Ports and Merchant Marine, Mexico who will share his vision for ports and ships of the future.
CARGILL CELEBRATES INTERNATIONAL COASTAL CLEANUP DAY TO HELP SAVE OUR SEAS NAMEPA ON HAND TO EDUCATE AND ACTIVATE
NAMEPA (North American Marine Environment Protection Association) supported the staff at Cargill’s ocean transportation office in Teaneck, New Jersey, one of NAMEPA’s corporate members, when they got their hands dirty to celebrate International Coastal Cleanup Day (ICC Day). ICC Day is an international movement to mobilize communities to clean up marine environments run by the Ocean Conservancy and several state partners. ICC Day has been helping to preserve marine environments for the past 30 years, and results in the International Coastal Cleanup annual cleanup report, which is one of the largest citizen science reports on marine debris and has become the basis for the United Nations’ report on marine debris.
WOMEN OCEAN INDUSTRY LEADERS TO MEET AT WOC SUSTAINABLE OCEAN SUMMIT (SOS) IN HONG KONG
The SOS 2018 Will Bring Together Women CEOs from a Range of Ocean Sectors to Address Women’s Leadership in Ocean Sustainable Development
CALL FOR PAPERS - JOMA SPECIAL ISSUE ON THE MARITIME INDUSTRY: ADDRESSING CORRUPTION
Addressing corruption is timely and urgent. According to the World Bank, “businesses and individuals pay an estimated $1.5 trillion in bribes each year. This is about 2% of global GDP—and 10 times the value of overseas development assistance.” Researchers, officials from government and intergovernmental organisations, and non-governmental organisations are now called upon to contribute their research perspectives to the Special Issue.
COUNTDOWN TO SHIPPINGINSIGHT 2018: NORTH AMERICA’S PREMIER SHIPPING TECHNOLOGY EVENT CONVENES IN STAMFORD OCTOBER 16-18
STAMFORD, Conn., Sept. 21, 2018 – The 7th annual SHIPPINGInsight Fleet Optimization and Innovation Conference & Exhibition – North America’s premier maritime technology event – is now less than a month away, and the organizers are reminding visitors to register for the conference and book their hotel rooms using the convenient online portals at SHIPPINGInsight2018. The hotel room block, providing a discount, expires at the end of Monday, September 24th.
HUDSONCYBER ANNOUNCES INTEGRATION OF HACYBERLOGIX WITH DNV-GL’S VERACITY INDUSTRY PLATFORM
HudsonAnalytix, Inc. and its cyber risk management subsidiary, HudsonCyber, are pleased to announce the inclusion of its award-winning HACyberLogix cyber risk management decision-support software solution with DNV GL’s Veracity industry platform. With HACyberLogix now also available on the marketplace, more than 120,000 Veracity users will now have access to a solution that uniquely combines maritime risk management with cybersecurity expertise, capabilities, and best practices via an intuitive electronic interface that delivers meaningful cybersecurity guidance, insights, recommendations, and trend analysis capabilities to maritime decision-makers.
NAMEPA WELCOMES ITS NEWEST CORPORATE MEMBER - FAIRFIELD CHEMICAL CARRIERS AND ANNOUNCES THEIR PARTICIPATION AS AN ANNUAL SPONSOR
Carleen Lyden Walker, Co-Founder and Executive Director of the North American Marine Environment Protection Association (NAMEPA), announced today that Fairfield Chemical Carriers has become a corporate member of NAMEPA. In a show of commitment to NAMEPA’s efforts to “Save Our Seas” Fairfield Chemical Carriers has also joined the ranks of Annual Sponsors of NAMEPA. This commitment allows NAMEPA to expand on existing educational projects and to aid in the enhancement of our maritime industry events.
EMPOWERING WOMEN IN THE MARITIME COMMUNITY - CONFERENCE AND CALL FOR PAPERS
To address the gender gap in the maritime, ports, fishing and related industries, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) announced that the World Maritime Day theme for 2019 is “Empowering Women in the Maritime Community”.
ARUNDO ANALYTICS JOINS SHIPPINGINSIGHT 2018 AS PRESENTING PARTNER
Leading Enterprise Software Company Will Work Closely with Conference Organizers to Shape Critical Discussions on Digitalization and Big Data for Shipping Companies
CONSERVATION AND SUSTAINABLE USE OF THE OCEAN - SUPPORTIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND FUTURE TRENDS
Based on a cooperation agreement between the World Maritime University (WMU) and the University of Nantes, the OceansTrends 2018 scientific seminar will be held at WMU in Malmö, Sweden from 29-30 August on the theme: Conservation and Sustainable Use of the Ocean - Supportive Technologies and Future Trends.
WOC LEADS DISCUSSIONS AT WORLD WATER WEEK ON LAND-BASED SOURCES OF MARINE POLLUTION
Senior corporate representatives will bring industry perspectives and examples on addressing the linkages between land and sea and implementing Sustainable Development Goals 6 and 14.
LEADING INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS, INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND MEDIA SUPPORT WOC’S 6th SUSTAINABLE OCEAN SUMMIT
The World Ocean Council (WOC) 2018 Sustainable Ocean Summit is Endorsed by a Growing List of Leading Business Groups, International Organizations and Media Partners
HUDSONANALYTIX ANNOUNCES NEW ADDITION TO SECURITY AND CYBER RISK MANAGEMENT TEAM
HudsonAnalytix, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of Chronis Kapalidis to the HudsonAnalytix team. Based in London, Chronis will focus on the enhancement and expansion of HudsonAnalytix’s strategic partnerships in Europe.
ENVIROCLEANSE LLC INTANK™ BALLAST WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM
Houston, TX (USA) - Envirocleanse LLC, division of Charter Brokerage LLC, a BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY company, announces submission of an application to the US Coast Guard for Type Approval of its patented inTank™ Ballast Water Treatment System. The Envirocleanse inTank™ BWTS is the only applicant to date which treats ballast water during the voyage. There is no disruption to cargo operations and all in-port, ballasting and deballasting activities are completed as normal – including gravity discharge of isolated top-side tanks. Another featured benefit of the inTank™ BWTS is that no filter is required.
SHIPPINGINSIGHT 2018 AGENDA CHALLENGES INDUSTRY IN A TIME OF RAPID CHANGE
This year’s SHIPPINGInsight Fleet Optimization and Innovation Conference and Exhibition will challenge shipowners and solution providers to accelerate advancements for tomorrow’s shipping industry. The conference organizers are assembling a powerful lineup of speakers and topics addressing the issues of disruptive changes that are transforming the entire maritime industry.
WINNERS OF “BETTER SHIPPING FOR A BETTER FUTURE” ART CONTEST ANNOUNCED
Two grand prize winners and 10 finalists have been selected from over 500 entries in the 2018 Better Shipping for a Better Future calendar art contest sponsored by the North American Marine Environment Protection Association (NAMEPA), the United States Coast Guard (USCG), and the Inter-American Committee on Ports of the Organization of American States (CIP-OAS). Each year, these organizations invite students in grades K-12 throughout the Americas to create a poster on a theme related to the marine environment. A 2019 bilingual calendar showcasing the winning entries will be printed in English and Spanish.
ASA AND ADCI AGENDA SET FOR JOINT EVENT IN PANAMA
The American Salvage Association(ASA) and the Association of Diving Contractors International (ADCI) have announced the agenda for their first joint event to be held in Panama on the 1st and 2nd of August in tandem with the Conferencia Annual Marítima de Panamá. This two-day event will feature productive round-table discussions, presentations, and provide invaluable networking opportunities for current and prospective members of both associations.
WISTA INTERNATIONAL APPROVED FOR IMO CONSULTATIVE STATUS
The International Maritime Organization's (IMO) governing body, the IMO Council, approved the Women's International Shipping and Trading Association (WISTA International) application for consultative status on 5 July 2018.
WOC AND GEF LME:LEARN ENGAGE AFRICAN BUSINESS ACTION IN OCEAN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AT SECOND REGIONAL WORKSHOP
World Ocean Council to Organize a Second Business Roundtable at Africa Regional Network Meeting, Dakar, Senegal, 3-4 September 2018, followed by Latin America-Caribbean Business Roundtable (Panama City, 1-2 October, 2018)
AN ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEM GAINING IMPORTANCE TO THE PUBLIC- AND THE MARINE INDUSTRY
Every day, Americans use 500,000,000 plastic straws. Arranging these straws end-to-end would create a line of plastic over 62,000 miles long, enough to circle the Earth 2.5 times per day. Single-use plastic straws are threatening human health and the environment.
THE WORLD MARITIME UNIVERSITY CELEBRATES 35 YEARS
Alongside the 70th anniversary of the International Maritime Organization (IMO), in 2018, the World Maritime University (WMU) is celebrating 35 years. WMU has made a major contribution to global maritime education, research and capacity building. In this respect its legacy has been transformative with its extensive network of leaders in the maritime and ocean sectors, with 4,654 WMU alumni from 167 countries to date.
RESEARCH ICEBREAKERS OPEN TO SHIP-TIME PROPOSALS FOR FULLY FUNDED TRANSNATIONAL ACCESS
The World Ocean Council (WOC) is the ocean business community partner of the EU-funded Arctic Research Icebreaker Consortium (ARICE) Project, which is opening a call for ship-time proposals until 5 July 2018.
AMERICAN CARIBBEAN MARITIME FOUNDATION HONORS SHIPPING INDUSTRY STALWARTS
The prestigious annual Anchor Awards, upcoming this fall in New York, will honor three top leaders in the global maritime industry—Michael Bayley, President and Chief Executive Officer of Royal Caribbean International; Roland Malins-Smith, Founder and Retired President of Seafreight Line Ltd; and Rick Murrell, SVP Managing Director, Saltchuk Resources and Chairman Tropical Shipping.
CONNECTING AND CATALYZING PROMISING MARITIME TECH DEVELOPMENTS IN NEW YORK AND THE WORLD
On Tuesday June 19th during Marine Money’s marathon ship finance week at The Pierre Hotel in New York, there will be an afternoon session presented by the Maritime Global Technology Innovation Center (MGTIC) beginning at 2:00. Entitled “Connecting and Catalyzing Promising Maritime Tech Developments in New York and the World”, this session will showcase specific projects that are underway, and the opportunity which exists through this coalition group.
CHAIRMAN AND LEAD SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED FOR SHIPPINGINSIGHT 2018 FLEET OPTIMIZATION AND INNOVATION CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION
SHIPPINGInsight today announced the chairman and the developing list of major speakers for the 2018 Fleet Optimization and Innovation Conference and Exhibition, which will take place Oct. 16-18at the Stamford Hilton.
IAPH CONFERENCE IN BAKU, THE PEARL OF THE CASPIAN, MAKES A NEW RECORD
The International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH) convened in Baku, Azerbaijan, 8 – 11 May 2018, under the theme “Ports of the Future: Building Hubs, Accelerating Connectivity. Hosted by "Baku International Sea Trade Port” CJSC (Dr. Taleh Ziyadov, Director-General), it turned out to be the most successful and well-attended Mid-term conference of IAPH, attracting more than 400 delegates, accompanying persons, speakers and exhibitors from 65 nations.
WMU GLOBAL OCEAN CONFERENCE FOCUSES ON BUILDING TRANSFORMATIVE PARTNERSHIPS FOR OCEAN SUSTAINABILITY
From 8 to 9 May, the WMU Global Ocean Conference brought together over 240 participants from more than 50 countries. The outcomes of the conference will inform the priorities for the newly inaugurated WMU-Sasakawa Global Ocean Institute, as well as strategies to ensure active engagement by stakeholders with the new Institute.
WMU-SASAKAWA GLOBAL OCEAN INSTITUTE INAUGURATION
The WMU-Sasakawa Global Ocean Institute (Global Ocean Institute) was officially inaugurated on 8 May. The new Institute will act as an independent focal point for ocean related dialogue and capacity-building. The celebrations were marked by a gathering of over 200 distinguished speakers and invitees from over 50 countries around the globe.
ANDREAS CHRYSOSTOMOU JOINS TOTOTHEO MARITIME
Tototheo Maritime is pleased to announce that Andreas Chrysostomou has joined its ranks. As Chief Strategy Officer, Mr Chrysostomou will play a key role in developing and implementing the global satellite communications and technology provider’s strategic vision.
WMU-SASAKAWA GLOBAL OCEAN INSTITUTE INAUGURATION AND WMU GLOBAL OCEAN CONFERENCE 2018
In 2018, the World Maritime University (WMU) is celebrating 35 years of excellence in education, research and capacity building. The International Maritime Organization (IMO), which established WMU in 1983, is celebrating its 70th anniversary. WMU is marking this milestone year with the Inauguration of the WMU-Sasakawa Global Ocean Institute (Global Ocean Institute). In addition, looking back at WMU’s legacy and impact in maritime and related ocean affairs over the past 35 years, the University is convening the WMU Global Ocean Conference 2018: Building Transformative Partnerships for Ocean Sustainability, which will take place at the World Maritime University in Malmö, Sweden from 8 to 9 May 2018.
WOC, GEF, UNDP AND IOC-UNESCO TO ENGAGE BUSINESS IN REGIONAL OCEAN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN ASIA-PACIFIC
World Ocean Council to Organize Business Roundtable at Asia-Pacific Large Marine Ecosystems Workshop, Bangkok, 3-4 May 2018, with Workshops in Africa and Latin America-Caribbean to follow Later in 2018.
SEMINAR AND AMVER RECEPTION BEING HELD ON NATIONAL MARITIME DAY
April 24, 2018 – The American Club’s Chairman and CEO, and Chairman of North American Marine Environment Protection Association (NAMEPA), announced the lineup for this year’s “Safety at Sea” seminar being held on May 22nd at the National Press Club in Washington DC beginning at 1330hrs for registration. The seminar will be followed by the United States Coast Guard AMVER Awards Reception, and 60th Anniversary Recognition.
U.S. SALVORS SUCCESSFULLY PASS EVERY COAST GUARD VERIFICATION - TO DATE
On April 18 th , Rear Admiral Anthony “Jack” Vogt, Assistant Commandant for Response Policy, released an update on the status of the most recent U.S. Salvage and Marine Firefighting (SMFF) industry verification initiative. According to the report, the Coast Guard has conducted 58 scenario-based SMFF verifications within the last year across 19 different Captain of the Port Zones, with 16 different vessel owners and operators. To date, all results have been found to be satisfactory and reflect compliance with the Coast Guard’s Salvage and Marine Firefighting regulations.
WORLD OCEAN COUNCIL ANNOUNCES TOPICS FOR 6TH SUSTAINABLE OCEAN SUMMIT (SOS), HONG KONG, 14-16 NOVEMBER 2018
Since 2010, the WOC Sustainable Ocean Summit (SOS) has uniquely brought together a global, cross-sectoral gathering of the world’s ocean industries around sustainable development, science and stewardship.
ASA President Responds to RORC Report: American Salvors Consistently Achieve Success!
As President of the American Salvage Association (ASA), I offer the following insights to the Rapid Ocean Response Corporation (RORC) contracted report on U.S. marine firefighting. Bottom line: Is the salvage industry meeting U.S. regulatory requirements? Yes. Should the U.S continuously improve its salvage and marine firefighting and capabilities? Yes. Should the U.S. government do so by granting what amounts to a monopoly for RORC to provide small boats to carry qualified professional salvors to a marine casualty incident? No.
Liberian Registry, NAMEPA and ProSea launch environmental training program
The Liberian Registry, the North American Marine Environment Protection Association (NAMEPA), Netherlands-based ProSea Marine Education, and Maritime Training Services (MTS) of Seattle, Washington, have jointly developed a ground-breaking marine environmental awareness training program for seafarers and shoreside staff.
MARITIME CLUSTERS AND OCEAN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: WOC ANALYSIS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
World Ocean Council White Paper Analyzes Maritime Clusters and Recommends Actions to Advance Ocean Sustainable Development/SDGs, Especially in Developing Countries and Small Island States.
WOC BRINGS INDUSTRY ENGAGEMENT TO THE INTERNATIONAL ARCTIC RESEARCH ICEBREAKER CONSORTIUM (ARICE) LAUNCHED IN BREMERHAVEN
The ARICE Consortium Launched Last Week, with the World Ocean Council as the Lead Partner to Ensure Industry Interaction with the Arctic Marine Research Community
SHIPPINGInsight 2018 Rides the Wave of Maritime Change Fleet Optimization and Innovation Key to Success
February 7, 2018- STAMFORD, CT “The operative word to describe SHIPPINGInsight 2018 is “new”- new venue, new format, new ideas, new opportunities and new era” declared Carleen Lyden Walker, Managing Partner, in announcing plans for the 7 th SHIPPINGInsight Conference and Exhibition being held in Stamford, Connecticut October 16-18 at the newly renovated Stamford Hilton. Carleen is taking over the reins from the event’s founders Jim Rhodes and Frank Soccoli, and intends to match the industry’s confrontation with change by re-visioning this annual event.
WMU - Sasakawa Global Ocean Institute Inauguration and WMU Global Ocean Conference 2018
In 2018, the World Maritime University (WMU) will celebrate 35 years of excellence in education, research and capacity building. The International Maritime Organization (IMO), which established WMU in 1983, will celebrate its 70th anniversary.
WiMAC JOINS HURRICANE RELIEF EFFORTS FOR THE CARIBBEAN “Hurricane Relief Fund Established to Provide Needed Resources”
The Women in Maritime Association, Caribbean (WiMAC), has launched a hurricane relief fund to provide aid to its Caribbean colleagues/sisters as they try to recover from the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Maria which have devastated several Islands. The relief fund called “HURRICANE RELIEF FUND FOR CARIBBEAN COUNTRIES”, has been established to expand the appeal for resources to these badly affected communities.
IMC honor stalwarts from Insurance & Assurance Sector with IMC Golden Shield Awards –UK Chapter United Kingdom
International Maritime Club (IMC) honor stalwarts from Insurance & Assurance Sector with IMC Golden Shield Awards – UK Chapter United Kingdom, 15 Sept 2017: International Maritime Club (IMC), a non – profit making & largest conglomerate of over 250 organizations across the globe...
WISTA International elects new President and Secretary
Women's International Shipping and Trading Association (WISTA) elected Despina Panayiotou Theodosiou, CEO of TOTOTHEO Maritime, as International President and Diane Edwards, General Manager People, Systems and Technology Ports of Auckland as International Secretary at their 37th International Annual General Meeting in Rotterdam, The Netherlands on October 4, 2017.
WISTA International wins the SAFETY4SEA Sustainability Award
It is a great honour to announce that Women's International Shipping and Trading Association (WISTA) have been awarded the SAFETY4SEA Sustainability Award for enhancing opportunities and supporting the role of women in the maritime industry on a global level.
Woman of the Decade in Innovation and Leadership
Despina Panayiotou Theodosiou, CEO of TOTOTHEO Maritime received the prestigious “Woman of the Decade in Innovation and Leadership” Award at the Annual Women Economic Forum (WEF) in New Delhi, India on 8th May. The main theme for WEF 17 was “Creating, Innovating, Understanding and Driving the Future.
Lloyd’s List Americas Awards 2017 Unveiled.
Last night at a gala awards event, the winners of the 2017 Lloyd's List Americas Awards were unveiled. The awards honor the best in shipping over the past year. The newly expanded awards now cover North, South and Central Americas. The program received entries from across the region including the US and Canada, Bahamas, Brazil, Panama, Uruguay, Dominican Republic and beyond.
At 30TH IAPH World Ports Conference in Bali, Ten IAPH Members Were Recognized For Their Excellence In Port Management And Operations
At the Annual General Meeting held on the last day of the International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH) World Ports Conference in Bali, Indonesia, 7-12 May 2017, IAPH recognized and honored two individuals...
30th International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH) World Ports Conference convenes in Bali, Indonesia
The International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH) convened at its 30th World Ports Conference in Bali Nusa Dua, Indonesia, 7-12 May 2017, under the theme of “Enabling Trade, Energizing The World”, was successfully concluded, attracting more than 650 delegates, accompanying persons, guest speakers, sponsors and exhibitors from 50 countries in the world.
NAMEPA’s Annual Safety at Sea Seminar and AMVER Reception being held on National Maritime Day Event highlights challenges for mariners and companies
The American Club’s Chairman and CEO, and Chairman of North American Marine Environment Protection Association (NAMEPA), announced the lineup for this year’s “Safety at Sea” seminar being held on May 22 nd at the National Press Club in Washington DC beginning at 1330hrs for registration. The seminar will be followed by the United States Coast Guard AMVER Awards Reception.
Global Ports Support Ambitious IMO Greenhouse Gas Strategy
Seaports all over the world wish to support and contribute to the roadmap for developing a comprehensive IMO strategy on the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from ships and facilitate the shipping and port industry in all possible ways to curb their GHG emissions.
ARCTIC ECONOMIC COUNCIL INVITES WORLD OCEAN COUNCIL INPUT ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
WOC CEO Addresses Arctic Economic Council on Opportunities for Collaboration in Sustainable Development.The Arctic Economic Council (AEC) invited the World Ocean Council (WOC) to provide a briefing on the WOC and to identify and foster discussion on priorities for collaboration in Arctic sustainable development....
IAPH appoints Patrick Verhoeven as Managing Director-Policy and Strategy
IAPH President Santiago Garcia Milà has announced the appointment of Patrick Verhoeven as the IAPH Managing Director-Policy and Strategy.
HudsonAnalytix’s CyberLogix takes Digital Innovation Award Maritime Cyber Security System Powered by NTELX Technology
New York-- HudsonAnalytix walked away with the prestigious Lloyd’s List 2017 Intelligence Digital Innovation Award for its CyberLogix sytem at the annual Lloyd’s List Americas Awards Dinner held in New York.