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Greek and German shipowners in talks as maritime agenda heats up

Tradewinds 25 Jan 2023
The heads of the Union of Greek Shipowners (UGS) and the German Shipowners’ ...
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Croatian Shipowners become ECSA members

SAFETY4SEA 24 Jan 2023
ECSA welcomed the Croatian Shipowners’ Association Mare Nostrum as a full member from 1 January 2023 ... Having the Croatian shipowners on board expands our expertise and further ...
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Greek shipowner and operator ordered by US to pay $1m each for tampering with pollution-prevention equipment

Splash24/7 23 Jan 2023
Empire Bulkers Limited and Joanna Maritime Limited, two related companies based in Greece, were sentenced in the US last week for committing knowing and willful violations of the Act to Prevent Pollution from Ships (APPS) and the Ports and Waterways Safety Act related to their role as the operator and owner of the 33,700 dwt bulk carrier Joanna ... .
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CII tool too ‘simplistic’, say London Greek shipowners

Tradewinds 20 Jan 2023
London Greek shipowners have added their voices to criticisms of the ...
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IMO’s carbon tool too ‘simplistic’, say London Greek shipowners

Tradewinds 20 Jan 2023
London Greek shipowners have added their voices to criticisms of the ...
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US: Shipowner and operator fined $2m over illegal discharges

SAFETY4SEA 20 Jan 2023
Empire Bulkers Limited and Joanna Maritime Limited were sentenced for committing knowing and willful violations of the Act to Prevent Pollution from Ships (APPS) and the Ports and Waterways Safety Act related to their role as the operator and owner of the Motor Vessel (M/V) Joanna ... The ship’s oil record book, a required log presented to the U.S ... U.S.
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Why shipowners are not investing in tanker and bulker newbuildings

Seatrade Maritime News 16 Jan 2023
In a high-level panel session moderated by Andreas Sohmen-Pao, chairman of BW Group, at the Singapore Maritime Foundation (SMF) New Year Conversations 2023 event on Friday, shipowners grappled with the complex issues of where shipping would be headed in the coming year and beyond ... Related ... Related.
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Shipowner Pleads Guilty to Violating U.S. Sanctions on Iranian Oil

The Maritime Executive 11 Jan 2023
A naturalized U.S. citizen who was illicitly involved in oil trading with Iran is facing a maximum of 10 years in prison, forfeiture of his home and property, and nearly $2.9 million in judgments after pleading guilty on two separate counts of conspiring to violate U.S. sanctions on Iran. The U.S ... The U.S ... Treasury Department ... license ... The U.S ... ....

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