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BIMCO launches ship sale and purchase agreement

25 April 2022

BIMCO has produced its own ship sale and purchase agreement - SHIPSALE 22 – with the aim of making the authoring, negotiation and execution process faster and simpler, and to provide the market with a modern and comprehensive alternative to existing sale and purchase forms.

More box ship idling seen

02 November 2010

Today's weakness in box shipping might lead to 200 vessels being taken out of service until volumes rise, BIMCO analyst Peter Sand told Fairplay today.

BIMCO helps pave the way for automated ship reporting

08 June 2018

As the shipping sector strives for efficiency, BIMCO has provided input at the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) in a bid to facilitate the harmonisation of data ahead of the April 2019 deadline when new mandatory requirements come into force for automated ship reporting.

Record high ship deliveries boost container fleet capacity by 4.3%

10 August 2023

Deliveries of new container ships during the first seven months of the year reached a new record high of 1.2 million TEU in 2023, beating the previous record by 0.2 million TEU. As recycling of ships has remained low, the fleet capacity has grown 4.3% since January.

Responsible Ship Recycling Forum

18 April 2023

Gudrun Janssens, Manager Intergovernmental Engagement and Permanent Representative to the European Union is a guest speaker.

IMO agrees to ban PFOS from firefighting systems on board ships

09 March 2022

To protect crew against exposure to dangerous substances used in fire-fighting systems, as well as to minimise the impact on the environment, the IMO’s Sub-Committee on Ship Systems and Equipment ( SSE) has finalised prohibition of perfluoro-octane sulfonic acid ( PFOS) from fire-fighting systems on board ships

BIMCO has joined Japan to regulate carbon intensity of existing ships

19 February 2020

Panama, Norway, Greece and other influential actors are co-sponsoring a proposal originally tabled by Japan to curb the carbon intensity of existing ships through use of an Energy Efficiency Existing Ship Index (EEXI), much like the Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI) which is mandatory for new ships.