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  • New shipping regulation to combat global warming...

    The ocean shipping industry is just days away from the debut of the Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII), a new regulation meant to combat global warming. Even as an initial baby step, the CII is not inspiring confidence in the future decarbonization of shipping.

  • Maritime Developments in the Kingdom of Saudi...

    By: Khurram Ali, Partner, Ince

    As a vast country with a maritime industry that straddles the Red Sea, the Arabian Gulf, three continents and countless shipping routes, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is swiftly becoming a leading global maritime hub.

  • EU votes in favour of 2% mandate for green...

    Europe’s lawmakers voted today in favour of a 2% mandate for green shipping fuels by 2030. Transport & Environment (T&E) welcomes the world’s first measure to decarbonise shipping fuels, but says much more will be needed to get shipping to zero emissions.

  • IMO: 2012 Cape Town Agreement must be ratified as...

    11 October 2022 marked the 10th anniversary of the adoption of the 2012 Cape Town Agreement, the key international treaty applicable to large industrial fishing vessels aiming at providing safety standards, with the IMO Secretary-General urging for its ratification.

  • Canada Plans Legislative Overhaul of Port...

    Canada’s federal government plans to introduce legislative amendments in the coming months to update the financial management and operations of the country’s ports. The planned changes are the result of an ongoing, multi-year Ports Modernization Review that was started before the pandemic with the goal to strengthen the financial operations and efficiency of the ports and adapt to new challenges. The pandemic highlighted the challenges and the need to ensure the country’s supply chain.

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Maritime Developments in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

By: Khurram Ali, Partner, Ince

As a vast country with a maritime industry that straddles the Red Sea, the Arabian Gulf, three continents and countless shipping routes, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is swiftly becoming a leading global maritime hub.

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Tatham & Co expand into Greek market

Maritime and commercial law firm, Tatham & Co., announced its expansion into the Greek market with the addition of a senior Athens-based lawyer to its growing team.

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