The first 2017 session of lNTERCARGO lunchtime presentations successfully took place at our London office on 17 Feb., with the attendance of more than 15 of our Association's Members, while the event was co-hosted with Intertanko.
Many thanks to our Associate Member DNV GL' s Mr Jarle Coll Blomhoff for delivering the two presentations on the topics of:
• "Closing the gap and be ready for EU MRV and IMO data collection system“
• "Cybersecurity for shipping - preparing for a digital world"
The presentations can be found attached (Members please login to access).
Members can register to the below event, which INTERCARGO supports and will be presenting at.
"Opportunities for Maritime Services Under the Belt & Road Initiative", London, 28. Feb. 2017
The following link will give you all relevant information: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/opportunities-for-maritime-services-under-the-belt-road-initiative-tickets-31160160880
All Members are invited to attend at our London office
on 17 Feb. 2017 (from 12:00 to 14:00 pm)
the presentations to be delivered by our Associate Member DNV GL
on the topics of:
"Closing the gap and be ready for EU MRV and IMO data collection system“
"Cybersecurity for shipping - preparing for a digital world"
Light/buffet lunch will be served, and our gathering will start at 12 noon
to conclude by 14:00.
As places might be limited, please notify the Secretariat you wish to attend as soon as possible.
The INTERCARGO Secretary General participated on behalf of our Association to the following industry meetings in the month of January 2017:
- EMISSIONS: Working Group meeting and Round Table meeting with industry partners on Green House Gas emissions
- PIRACY: Strategic meeting with the EU NAVFOR command to review piracy developments and the future of the operation
- GREEN AWARD: Strategic meeting of the Green Award Committee, where INTERCARGO now sits as a member
Relevant outcomes and developments will be discussed in our upcoming meetings in Hong Kong.
Under a revised Constitution since 1 Jan. 2017, INTERCARGO has expanded its membership base to include as Consociate Members:
"Owners, managers and operators of dry bulk vessels with capacity of 9,999 dwt or less."
The International Association of Dry Cargo Shipowners (INTERCARGO) as a voluntary non-profit association represents the interests of dry cargo vessels’ owners, offering them the opportunity to meet and discuss matters of mutual concern and promote their interests and vision for the dry bulk shipping industry.
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