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Subcommittee established to review and address the FuelEU Maritime Regulation

13 March 2024

BIMCO has established a dedicated subcommittee to examine the implications of the FuelEU Maritime Regulation, a key component of the EU's Fit for 55 legislative package. The regulation is a central pillar of the EU's commitment to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030 and achieving climate neutrality by 2050.

IMO Legal Committee convened to address maritime legal challenges

02 May 2024

The Legal Committee (LEG) of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) convened for its 111th session from 22 to 26 April 2024 at the IMO Headquarters in London. The session was aimed at critical legal issues affecting the maritime industry ranging from seafarer welfare to the regulation of autonomous shipping and to the attacks in the Red Sea.

Major boost for electronic bills of lading as liner companies pledge 100% adoption by 2030

17 February 2023

FIT Alliance member DCSA has announced that the CEOs of nine of the world's largest liner companies have pledged 100% adoption of eBLs by 2030. This significant commitment by these liner companies, the majority of whom are BIMCO members, sends a strong signal to the shipping community that the switch to eBLs is now a priority. The FIT Alliance is BIMCO, DCSA, ICC, FIATA and SWIFT. The Alliance collaborates on the development and adoption of relevant standards to facilitate the use of electronic bills of lading.