Archive for the ‘Reports’ Category

INTERTANKO mixed reactions to Spain’s Capt Mangouras judgements

INTERTANKO mixed reactions to Spain’s Capt Mangouras judgements
Captain Apostolos Mangouras – photo credit: huffingtonpost.es INTERTANKO celebrates Capt Mangouras’ acquittal from charges of criminal damage to the environment, but deeply disappointed at his criminal conviction for disobedience. INTERTANKO, its Members and the tanker industry have cause to...
November 15th, 2013 | Associations, Classification Societies, Environment, European Union, HR, IMO, Intertanko, Legal, News, Politics and Government, Reports, Safety and Security, Salvage, Towage, Wreck Removals | Read More

Shipping: be on watch as things might turn sour…

Shipping: be on watch as things might turn sour…
Chandris: Hospitality has a name Our third Autumn www.allaboutshipping.co.uk live presentation / recap of week 44 by John Faraclas covered: A)The downward trend of the Baltic Dry Index (BDI) at 1, 552 points on Monday the 4th of November, slightly higher than the closure of Friday the 1st of November...
November 5th, 2013 | Chartering, Communication, Dry Bulkcarriers, Events, Executive Travel, Holidays, IT and Communications, Liner Shipping and Trade, Mergers and Acquisitions, News, Piracy and Terrorism, Politics and Government, Regulatory, Reports, Sailing, Shipbuilding and Shipyards, Shipfinance, Tourism, Yachting | Read More

Intercargo Publishes Benchmarking Bulk Carriers 2012-13 Report

Intercargo Publishes Benchmarking Bulk Carriers 2012-13 Report
Bob Lomas The International Association of Dry Cargo Shipowners (Intercargo) has today launched Benchmarking Bulk Carriers 2012-13,  the latest edition of our annual publication.    Now in its seventh year of publication, this edition contains statistical information and analysis relating to the...
September 25th, 2013 | Insurance and Reinsurance, Intercargo, Reports, Statistics | Read More

The EU’s Effect on the UK’s Place in the World

The EU’s Effect on the UK’s Place in the World
New publication from The Hampden Trust and  The Freedom Association: The EU’s Effect on the UK’s Place in the World The EU’s Effect on the UK’s Place in the World reveals how the EU’s increased influence over the UK’s foreign and development policies has led to the...
August 30th, 2013 | Associations, Books, Reports | Read More

Sisters, Secrets and Sacrifice

Sisters, Secrets and Sacrifice
Sisters, Secrets and Sacrifice. Susan Ottaway’s stirring account of two courageous women agents behind enemy lines By Georgina Natzio After France fell to the Germans in June 1940, the sisters Jacqueline and Eileen (Didi) Nearne, Anglo-French, fluent French speakers, made the dangerous journey to...
August 4th, 2013 | Books, Military, People and Places, Person Profiles, Reports | Read More

GSCC Annual Report 2012-2013

GSCC Annual Report 2012-2013
The Baltic Exchange which also houses the offices of the GSCC GSCC Annual Report 2012-2013 Our viewers can log on the attached pdf herebelow and read the Annual Report 2012-2013 of the Greek Shipping Co-operation Committee (G .S.C.C.), which is prefaced by the Chairman, Mr. Haralambos J. Fafalios.   As...
June 20th, 2013 | Associations, Events, Reports | Read More

Lloyd’s Register issues Guide to New Construction in South Asia

Lloyd’s Register issues Guide to New Construction in South Asia
Lloyd’s Register issues Guide to New Construction in South Asia As shipbuilding nations in South Asia mature, Lloyd’s Register’s new guide provides an overview of over 80 shipyards and 18 ship designers in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand...
June 19th, 2013 | Books, Classification Societies, Reports, Shipbuilding and Shipyards | Read More

In the tracks of the charioteers: architectural marvels of the Roman Empire spring back to life after nearly 2, 000 years – in Plovdiv, Bulgaria

In the tracks of the charioteers: architectural marvels of the Roman Empire spring back to life after nearly 2, 000 years – in Plovdiv, Bulgaria
In the tracks of the charioteers: architectural marvels of the Roman Empire spring back to life after nearly 2, 000 years – in Plovdiv, Bulgaria,  By James Brewer Parts of the stadium have been excavated under Plovdiv’s main shopping street People popping out to transact business at the monumentally...
May 29th, 2013 | Country Profiles, Reports, Tourism | Read More

Global Marine Trends 2030 report predicts naval sector growth

Research Reveals Sharp Rise In Use of Systems in Advanced Navies Despite an uncertain short term future for the maritime industry, the Global Marine Trends 2030 (GMT 2030) report launched today predicts that long term growth will return. Written and researched jointly by Lloyd’s Register, QinetiQ and...
April 8th, 2013 | Defense, Reports, Safety and Security | Read More

GL Group presents: New edition of “nonstop“ magazine out now!

New edition of “nonstop“ magazine out now! This latest edition of Germanischer Lloyd’s “nonstop” magazine covers such topics as: designs for passenger vessels propelled by LNG, a study about LNG bunkering in German ports, GL’s consultancy arm FutureShip and how they optimize optimization....
March 20th, 2013 | Books, Classification Societies, LNG, Reports, Sports | Read More

Where the Elbe meets the North Sea – a tourist’s perspective on the exciting maritime metropolis of Hamburg

Where the Elbe meets the North Sea – a tourist’s perspective on the exciting maritime metropolis of Hamburg
Hamburg in winter: harbour view. Photo by Oxana Andrienko Where the Elbe meets the North Sea – a tourist’s perspective on the exciting maritime metropolis of Hamburg, By Oxana Andrienko The first thing you will almost certainly notice when you arrive in Hamburg is that this city is concentrated around...
March 20th, 2013 | Holidays, Maritime History and Museums, Maritime Tourism, News, Reports, Tourism | Read More

The BankServe Guide 2013

The BankServe Guide 2013
The Insurance Aspects of Shipping and Offshore Financing, by Graham Barnes and edited by Peter Mellett This 200 plus page guide is one of the very few that can greatly minimise your shipping and offshore financing risks to all intents and purposes. This is the second edition of the Bankserve Guide to...
February 23rd, 2013 | Banking, Books, Insurance and Reinsurance, Legal, Marine Insurance, Maritime Accidents, Maritime Fraud, News, Oil Platforms and Rigs, Reports, Safety and Security, Shipfinance, Shipmanagement, Stock Markets, Trade and Commerce | Read More

The Navigator gathers steam with a successful second issue

5.2.13 – The Nautical Institute has built on the success of its new publication aimed at marine navigators and launched in October 2012 with the release of its second issue. The Navigator is a free 12-page magazine produced by The Nautical Institute three times a year. The second issue covers the...
February 5th, 2013 | Associations, Books, Maritime Education and Training, Reports, Safety and Security | Read More

IMCA publishes Guidance on Safety in Shipyards

Safety lies at the heart of the vast majority of the guidelines published by the International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA). The latest ‘Guidance on Safety in Shipyards’ (IMCA SEL 032/M 221) is certainly no exception to the rule. Offshore vessels are the platform from which offshore project...
February 4th, 2013 | Books, Reports, Shipbuilding and Shipyards | Read More

ISF launches new on board training book for engine cadets

ISF launches new on board training book for engine cadets
The International Shipping Federation (ISF) has updated its widely-used On Board Training Record Book for Engine Cadets to meet the atest requirements governing seafarers’ training emanating from the STCW 2010 Manila Amendments.  “The competence of engine officers is critical to safety and environmental...
January 29th, 2013 | Books, International Shipping Federation, Maritime Education and Training, News, Reports | Read More

NORTH P&I Club publishes new bridge guide on How to avoid Collisions

The ‘A’ rated 170 million GT North P&I club has just published a new loss-prevention guide for watchkeepers on how to avoid collisions at sea. Designed specifically for use on ship’s bridges, it focuses on what the club considers to be the most important ‘rules of the road’ in the International...
January 21st, 2013 | Reports, Safety and Security | Read More

Confidence for oil and gas sector growth masks rising concerns over global talent cliff

Confidence for oil and gas sector growth masks rising concerns over global talent cliff
Seismic Shifts New research reveals the industry’s outlook for 2013The global oil and gas industry remains confident for significant growth in 2013, despite concerns over a mounting shortage of skilled professionals and wider economic uncertainty, according to research findings released today by GL...
January 21st, 2013 | Energy, News, Oil Industry, Reports | Read More

Lloyd’s Register publishes issue No 36 of Horizons

 Horizons, Lloyd’s Register’s marine magazine   The latest issue of Lloyd’s Register’s technical publication for the marine sector is out now In the January edition of this lively, fact-packed magazine you can read about: ● How Lloyd’s Register is boxing clever with new Rules for...
January 10th, 2013 | Classification Societies, Reports | Read More

Alert! Issue No.31 – now the solutions!

Alert!  Issue No.31 – now the solutions!
Nobody would think of fitting incompatible equipment or machinery into a ship, so why not take exactly the same care when recruiting, hiring, training and retaining seafarers? This is the theme of Alert! the International Maritime Human Element Bulletin, in its latest issue. Getting things wrong can...
January 2nd, 2013 | Insight, Maritime Education and Training, Reports | Read More