Dispatches No. 337

InterManager supported Cyprus Shipping Off-Road Rally to be held on Saturday, the 17th of June 2017. We have collected the required funds in order to launch our campaign and get the participants on board for this years’ Cyprus Shipping Off-Road Rally! Therefore, we are looking forward to see you participating at this years’ rally. You can register at http://www.cyprusshippingrally.com We hope that we will live up to achievements of previous years.

INTERMANAGER EXPANDS GLOBAL MEMBERSHIP, INCLUDING FIRST SHIP REGISTRY MEMBER

 

The international ship managers’ body, InterManager, has extended its global membership by welcoming four new members, including The Marshall Islands Ship Registry.

 

Intelligence firm Africa Risk Compliance (ARC) expertise lie in the provision maritime security services in the West of Africa. The intelligence services ARC offer stems from recognising the need for an organisation to take a role in a region that is seen as challenging and where the international shipping community suffers from a lack of information.

 

Welcoming the three new members, Capt Kuba Szymanski, Secretary-General of InterManager said: “Our mandate to our members is clear and it is this support and collaboration that has caused our membership to grow. As we welcome our first ship registry member it is a reminder that by working as a multi-sector Association, together we can ensure a rich sustainable industry for generations to come. We look forward to working closely with our three new members.”

 

“We are delighted to be part of this quality ship manager’s trade association. As the Marshall Islands grow in popularity as a ship registry, we want to forge a closer relationship with InterManager and its members. We look forward to working together on issues which affect our members and the maritime industry more widely,” said John Ramage, Chief Operating Officer, International Registries [Marshall Island Ship Registry support company].

 

Looking forward to future involvement, Max Williams, Fleet Operations Director, ARC said: “At a time of global high security alert, maritime security intelligence is crucial. By working with organisations to keep clients well-briefed, we are building a robust network. Joining InterManager will allow us to share expertise with ship managers and to build a sustainable network to ensure the industry is safe.”

 

Speaking proudly of its new membership to the Association, SC Innovative Ukraine’s QHSSE Manager Capt Vitaliy Smoletssaid: “We are looking forward to working with like-minded companies’, intent on ensuring best practice throughout the maritime industry. InterManager’s renowned reputation makes this new collaboration all the more exciting.”

 

 

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Last Week:

Working from home

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This Week:

11-12 May – Seagull – Bergen – Seagull user forum – Capt. Kuba Szymanski representing InterManager

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Looking forward:

17-18 May – Nautical Institute – London – AGM – Capt. Kuba Szymanski representing InterManager

01 June – InterManager Executive Committee Meeting – Cyprus

05-09 and 12-16 June – London – MSC98 – Capt. Paddy McKnight representing InterManager

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9th -11th May CrewConnect Europe Partnership

Visit the largest and most interactive event dedicated to Crewing and Seafarer Education held in Copenhagen this year, A great line up to look out for including talks on responsible crew management, keeping up to date with technology changes and lessons to be learnt from the offshore industry!

Additionally, I wanted to remind you that InterManager members benefit from a 50% discount if you are Full member and 20% if you are Associate member.

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22-26 May Maritime Week Americas 2017 will take place in Miami, The conference will again focus on the most pressing issues in bunkering, from planning for the global sulphur cap in 2020 to examining fuel strategies within the cruise industry, examining the progress of LNG bunkering and looking at changing patterns in fuel quality and specifications. It will also look at bunkering opportunities within the region, highlighting those areas that are now emerging as key refuelling locations of the future.

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 21st & 22nd June in  Huston, USA ACI’s 16th Vessel Efficiency & Fuel Management Conference

With the recently enforced Emission Control Area (ECA) and fuel / sulphur regulations, as well as the global sulphur cap agreement from the latest IMO MEPC meeting, this conference will specifically focus on the regulations affecting vessel operations & compliance for companies shipping in US Waters. We will further scrutinise the technologies available to assist with compliance as well as innovations to track and manage performance and specific fuel-efficiency improving equipment, plus analysis and practical feedback of how to increase overall efficiency and performance by minimising the fleet’s energy demands.

Essentially, the focus will be on how shipowners & the maritime industry can benefit from higher Return on Investment and optimise their performance with the latest vessel efficiency technology available. The two day event will bring together key industry stakeholders from the Maritime industry, including Shipowners, Shipmanagers and associated solution providers, fuel solutions, IT and data associations, consultants, and technology providers.

As a supporting partner to the event we are delighted to offer InterManager members a 15% discount on registration. To receive a copy of the agenda or to register to the event contact Cheryl Williams on +44 (0) 203 141 0623 or email cwilliams@acieu.net and quote the code MBFMKT

 

Brgds Kuba

Capt. Kuba Szymanski

Secretary General

Mob: +44 7624 498 266

 

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