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Marshall Islands Registry Hits 100 Million Gross Ton

 

 

 

 

 

By MarEx 2014-01-23 18:05:00

In 1990, when International Registries and its affiliates (IRI) began providing administrative and technical support to the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) Maritime and Corporate Registries only 39 vessels and a little over two million gross tons existed in the Registry. Ten years later the RMI Registry was ranked, by what was then, Lloyd’s Register’s World Fleet Stats, as the fourteenth largest in the world with just over 300 vessels and nearly 9.8 million gross tons. 

By January of 2010, the RMI Registry moved into the position of the world’s third largest registry with more than 52.3 million gross tons and over 2,100 vessels as reported by The World Fleet Monitor, published by Clarkson Research

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Anave ensalza la modernización de la normativa marítima estatal

 

 

 

EUROPA SUR

La entidad entrega en Madrid sus premios periodísticos, entre ellos a un reportaje de 'Europa Sur'

Redacción Algeciras | Actualizado 11.03.2015 - 09:59

 Los representantes de Anave posan junto a los ganadores del certamen periodístico, ayer en Madrid.

New BIMCO position on anti-corruption now available

 

 

 

 

At the recent BIMCO Executive Committee meeting in Singapore a new BIMCO position paper on anti-corruption was approved.

BIMCO’s position on anti-corruption: 

  • BIMCO believes corruption in the shipping industry hampers international trade, distorts markets and increases costs ultimately borne by the consumer. More specifically, demands by port and other officials to masters for payments in cash or kind to perform legitimate services make it difficult for owners and operators to avoid threats to the master, delays to the ship, and extra costs if such payments are refused. 

  • BIMCO supports the intended aims of the UN Convention against Corruption, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD’s) Anti-Bribery Convention, and other endeavours to fight corruption. At the same time, however, BIMCO believes

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Pastor presenta a Cañete sus proyectos de gas licuado que optan a fondos UE

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11-03-2015 / 19:31 h EFE
 
 

La ministra española de Fomento, Ana Pastor, presentó hoy al comisario europeo de Acción Climática y Energía, Miguel Arias Cañete, 144 proyectos de gas licuado principalmente en el sector naviero para los que España espera obtener financiación europea.

Pastor, que se reunió con el eurocomisario durante el pleno de la Eurocámara en Estrasburgo (Francia), explicó a la prensa que España quiere convertirse en un "referente del abastecimiento del gas licuado", un recurso "eficiente y no contaminante" y que ayudaría a cumplir con los objetivos climáticos de cara a 2020.

Los proyectos de gas licuado (GNL) irían en la línea de utilizar esta fuente de energía principalmente en el sector naviero, lo que convertiría a España a través sus puertos en nodo

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