IMO 2020 Environmental regulation is closing in on shipping

  (http://www.MaritimeCyprus.com) A few months from now, the new regulations by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) will take effect. Current sulphur exhaust is capped by the IMO at 3.5% of total exhaust by ships in most of the open seas, and 0.1% in the so-called Emission Control Areas (ECA’s) along the EU and US coasts.…

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Multimarine Shipyards – Specialised in repairs & refits

(http://www.MaritimeCyprus.com) Anchored at the junction of three continents; Europe, Asia and Africa, and situated at the pivot of many shipping lanes across the Middle East, Multimarine has been recognised as the hub port of the East Mediterranean. MULTIMARINE SHIPYARDS LTD is the island’s leading Ship Repair & Refits, and Engineering facility, conveniently located inside the…

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Maritime Crisis Management and Business Continuity

(http://www.MaritimeCyprus.com) From natural disasters to reputation scandals, a crisis can rock even the steadiest organizations. While most companies have components of crisis management in place, they typically do not address the crisis from a strategic and holistic approach. Some companies focus on emergency response while others concentrate on business continuity or reputation factors. But who…

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OCIMF issues update of key assessment guide for floating oil facilities

(www.MaritimeCyprus.com) These OCIMF guidelines facilitate the uniform assessment of Floating (Production) Storage and Ofloading (F(P)SO) facilities. They provide a robust method for assessing the marine aspects of F(P)SO operations against international legislation and recognized industry best practice and are designed to supplement other internal assessments conducted as part of a company’s auditing process. Structure of…

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