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Carriage Contracts, Liabilities & Cargo Claims Masterclass Online

03 March 2022

Carriage Contracts, Liabilities and Cargo Claims Masterclass is a series of 10 online sessions, each lasting 75-90 minutes. During the masterclass, the speakers will examine specific issues arising when goods are damaged, lost or delayed during transit.

Scalability and flexibility key to dismantling contract

26 January 2017

Dismantling offshore structures is a complex business. Producing a marine services agreement to appeal equally to oil companies and marine contractors is a challenge. But offshore specialists currently working on a new BIMCO dismantling contract believe that creating a simple yet flexible agreement that can be scaled to suit different sizes of project is the way forward.

Carriage Contracts, Liabilities & Cargo Claims Masterclass Online

24 August 2021

Carriage Contracts, Liabilities and Cargo Claims Masterclass is a series of 10 online sessions, each lasting 75-90 minutes. During the masterclass, the speakers will examine specific issues arising when goods are damaged, lost or delayed during transit.

BIMCO adopts new tug, barge and “floating hotel” contracts

27 January 2021

BIMCO has extended its library of offshore industry standard contracts with the adoption of ASVTIME – a time charter party for accommodation support vessels. Updates of BIMCO’s ocean towage agreements – TOWCON and TOWHIRE – have also been adopted along with a new edition of its charter party for hiring unmanned barges – BARGEHIRE.

Upcoming Contracts and Clauses

11 May 2022

Using feedback and experience from members and the industry, BIMCO keeps all its clauses and contracts under review. Currently, we are working on the following updates or new projects.

BIMCO launches new contract for employment of security escort vessels

02 December 2021

BIMCO’s Documentary Committee has approved a new standard contract for security escort vessels (SEVs). The standard is a balanced contractual framework for SEVs that accompany merchant ships in high threat areas such as the Gulf of Guinea which has recently seen a rise in piracy activity as the dry season has begun.