Cyprus Shipmanagement round table debate April 2017

In the latest series of round table debates, Ship Management International (SMI) drew together leaders of the Cyprus shipping cluster to discuss key issues facing shipping. Chaired by SMI Editorial Director Sean Moloney, panellists included Giles Heimann, Corporate Director Fleet Personnel, Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement; Capt Eberhard Koch, Chairman, CEO and Partner of Oesterreichischer Lloyd Shipping;…

Marine Money to host Shipping Financiers and Investors in Limassol

The expanding shipping developments and ship finance activities in Cyprus has tempted Marine Money International to accept an invitation by the Cyprus Minister of Transportation, Communications and Works to host an annual Marine Money event in Cyprus which will bring in International Ship Owners, Lenders, Financiers and Investors from Europe and further away. The 1st…

New Zealand: New requirement for biofouling management coming up on May 2018

The New Zealand Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) issued a notice announcing that, from May 2018, all vessels arriving in New Zealand must have clean hulls. The Craft Risk Management Standard (CRMS) has been developed to provide guidance regarding compliance. From May 2018, vessels must arrive in New Zealand with a clean hull. Vessels staying up…

European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) gameplan for 2017

EMSA’s Outlook 2017 publication contains the concrete action and steps the Agency plans to take in 2017 to deliver on its multi-annual strategic objectives. It represents a condensed version of the Single Programming Document adopted by EMSA’s Administrative Board in November 2016 and available on the website. The publication is organised by activity with planned…