After two and a half years of inactivity in the shipping sector due to the breaking up of the Ministry of Mercantile Marine the two political parties are planning to change the investment climate and create a fund to underwrite investment in ports, marinas and other facilities backed from the shipping community. A bond issue [...]
Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement Hellas marks a steady growth in Greek shipping, Global invests on the expansion of its training centers in Manila & Odessa……..
MAN Diesel & Turbo focuses on new projects of marine propulsion systems and after sales services, Energy efficiency solutions
Simple steps to reduce fuel consumption and your environmental footprint……..
It is many years since I heard these terms used on a ship’s bridge but then it is equally long since I was on a ship’s bridge with two qualified watch officers sharing the watch. It used to be a common practice when I was a newly qualified as a second mate. Then I was [...]
The Swedish Club demonstrated its resilience in 2011 — a challenging and volatile claims year. In his report to the Club’s Board meeting yesterday (29 March) in Singapore, Managing Director Lars Rhodin said: “Last year was a contrast to a highly positive 2010. It demonstrated the inherent volatility of marine insurance. Yet, despite several large [...]
Richards Hogg Lindley (Hellas) Ltd. hosted a seminar entitled “LOF 2011 – The Changes” at the Yacht Club of Greece on 29th March 2012. Keith Sturges, Director of RHL London, Fellow of the Association of Average Adjusters and member of the advisory committee for drafting LOF 2011 examined the changes in the clauses with emphasis [...]
“Although taking place against a difficult backdrop, the renewal for the London Club this year was quite positive”, says Mrs. Joanna Pavlides, general manager of London P&I Club in Piraeus. The renewal took place against a backdrop of the depressed freight markets faced by Members in many shipping sectors. With those difficult trading conditions on [...]