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  • Ship Technology Global: Issue 46

    In this issue: The impact of Brexit on shipowners and insurance companies, One Sea’s plan to achieve commercial autonomous traffic by 2025, granting cargo owners more control over their contribution...

  • Could shipowners depart the UK after Brexit?

    Reports suggest that the Greek Government wants to persuade shipowners and shipping insurance companies based in London to move their European headquarters to Greece, as the UK prepares to leave...

  • Delaying ballast water compliance buys shippers time

    The International Maritime Organization’s Marine Environment Protection Committee recently pushed back the compliance date of new ballast water management requirements for existing vessels. Now, many ships will not be required...

  • Cargo theft: a billion-dollar problem

    The marine industry loses billions to cargo theft and cargo loss each year. Meanwhile, new technology is proving to be both a blessing and a curse, as cyber-piracy and digitalised...

  • Ship Technology Global: Issue 45

    In this issue: The first digital underwater communications standard, Singapore Port’s plans for the future, new software to limit emissions from marine engines, a project to construct a seaweed cultivation...

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