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Ship Lay-up Guide

30 September 2019

This essential guide covers all aspects of a ship lay-up.

Ship Autonomy Sustainability Summit

17 March 2022

BIMCO's Jeppe Skovbakke Juhl, Manager for Maritime Safety & Security, will be speaking in Panel 4 at 15:15 CET on "How to ensure that developments in digitalisation are sufficiently standardised?"

First ever standard contract for autonomous ship operation underway

06 November 2020

BIMCO is adapting the currently used SHIPMAN 2009 agreement for use with autonomous ships, but the lack of actual autonomous ships currently in operation will mean ongoing adjustments as the industry forges ahead with its pioneering projects. Publication of the first version is expected in 2021.

Sierra Leone to implement IMO 2020 penalties for non-compliant fuel

12 August 2021

From 1 September 2021, ship owners and operators calling at ports in Sierra Leone risk penalties of up to USD 15,000 if they carry fuel with a sulphur content exceeding 0.5 percent. Ships or members experiencing problems related to enforcement of MARPOL Annex V or unavailability of compliant fuel are encouraged to inform BIMCO via email with “IMO 2020” in the subject field.

BIMCO's advice on ship recycling

28 October 2020

Shipowners have a role to play, and responsibility to take, in the transitional period before the Hong Kong Convention enters into force. In this context BIMCO recommends to its members to use facilities that live up to requirements of the Hong Kong Convention already before its entry into force.

BIMCO relaunch ship benchmarking system

23 February 2018

BIMCO relaunches ship benchmarking system Shipping KPI after two years of redesign. The system helps shipowners and managers make strategic decisions about their fleet.

Ship Management Masterclass Online

17 March 2022

The Masterclass on Ship Management is a series of 10 online sessions, delivered in 10 days. Each session will run for 90 minutes and will cover essential contractual ship management issues.