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  • Greener Ships Will Not Automatically Get a...

    The second day of the “Maritime Cyprus 2017” Conference successfully kept the momentum that was experienced during the previous day. Hundreds of distinguished participants from around the world followed the proceedings of the second day of the Conference, solidifying its reputation as one of the most successful shipping conferences worldwide.

  • Integartion of Marine Insurance & Liability...

    Senior managers from Maritime Administrations and legislative draftspersons specialised in maritime and shipping related legislation from 11 Pacific Island countries gathered in Suva this week (26–29 September) for the Regional Workshop on International Maritime Organization Civil Liability Conventions.

  • Cargo still sailing on rough seas – but land ahoy!

    A year ago, the container shipping industry was in the doldrums with oversupply of capacity and lay-up of 7% of the global fleet in capacity terms. Predictions were that the market would only fully recover in 2018. One year on, we speak to some insurance players for their sentiments on the marine cargo market.

  • The impact of extreme weather on contracts of...

    Extreme weather events may have an impact on the trading of cargo vessels, for example during the recent hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria in the USA and Caribbean, as they give rise to legal and cover questions in relations to the contracts of carriage agreed by the carrier.

  • Banks trimming credit lines for some traders...

    Some banks have begun to pare back credit lines to smaller trading companies holding industrial metals in South Korea amid escalating tensions over North Korea’s nuclear and missile program, two industry sources said this week.

  • Corporate Capital Completes Funding Partnership...

    Corporate Capital Inc. a Long Island-based business lender confirmed a funding partnership with Scale Operations Management, LLC. The funding agreement is the latest in a string of contracts signed by Scale Operations Founder Andrew Ukpabi. 

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Greener Ships Will Not Automatically Get a Discount in Insurance Premiums

The second day of the “Maritime Cyprus 2017” Conference successfully kept the momentum that was experienced during the previous day. Hundreds of distinguished participants from around the world followed the proceedings of the second day of the Conference, solidifying its reputation as one of the most successful shipping conferences worldwide.

English

Integartion of Marine Insurance & Liability Mechanism

Senior managers from Maritime Administrations and legislative draftspersons specialised in maritime and shipping related legislation from 11 Pacific Island countries gathered in Suva this week (26–29 September) for the Regional Workshop on International Maritime Organization Civil Liability Conventions.

English

Cargo still sailing on rough seas – but land ahoy!

A year ago, the container shipping industry was in the doldrums with oversupply of capacity and lay-up of 7% of the global fleet in capacity terms. Predictions were that the market would only fully recover in 2018. One year on, we speak to some insurance players for their sentiments on the marine cargo market.

English

The impact of extreme weather on contracts of carriage

Extreme weather events may have an impact on the trading of cargo vessels, for example during the recent hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria in the USA and Caribbean, as they give rise to legal and cover questions in relations to the contracts of carriage agreed by the carrier.

English

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