International Parcel Tankers Association

Serving the interests of the chemical tanker industry for more than 25 years

Serving the interests of the chemical tanker industry for more than 25 years

Serving the interests of the chemical tanker industry for more than 25 years

International Parcel Tankers Association

Serving the interests of the chemical tanker industry for more than 25 years

Serving the interests of the chemical tanker industry for more than 25 years

Serving the interests of the chemical tanker industry for more than 25 years

International Parcel Tankers Association

Serving the interests of the chemical tanker industry for more than 25 years

Serving the interests of the chemical tanker industry for more than 25 years

Serving the interests of the chemical tanker industry for more than 25 years

International Parcel Tankers Association

Serving the interests of the chemical tanker industry for more than 25 years

Serving the interests of the chemical tanker industry for more than 25 years

Serving the interests of the chemical tanker industry for more than 25 years

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In response to the Covid-19 pandemic a number of sets of guidance and recommendations have been issued to assist in maintaining the global supply chain and ensuring the welfare of seafarers. The documents can be accessed via a dedicated area of the IMO website:

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Increasing concern about the safety of seafarers on the coast of West Africa and the Gulf of Guinea has led to the publication of Best Management Practices to Deter Piracy and Enhance Maritime Security off the coast of West Africa including the Gulf of Guinea with the aim of helping ships to avoid becoming victims of such incidents.

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All IMO meetings have now been cancelled until the end of July and work is ongoing to “reconstruct” the IMO schedule from September onwards.  The reduction of GHG emissions is seen to be the most important issue on the agenda and MEPC 75 and the Intersessional working group on GHG emissions will accordingly be the first meetings to be resumed,
 

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