Tag: International Maritime Organisation

  • Guidelines released for straits transits

    The Straits of Malacca and Singapore remain some of the busiest and most important shipping lanes in the world. Guidelines released for safe straits transits Singapore: The Straits of Malacca […]

  • Huge Losses

    The resurgence of pirate attacks in African waters is now a subject of serious concern to African states and the international community. Oil industry loses $1bn The resurgence of pirate […]

  • Capacity Building

    IMO Conference on Capacity Building to Counter Piracy off the Coast of Somalia Opening address by Koji Sekimizu, Secretary-General, International Maritime Organization, 15 May 2012 Excellencies, Ministers, Ambassadors, High Commissioners, distinguished delegates, […]

  • Looking Back

    The 27th Assembly of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) is meeting today in London in a session scheduled to last until the 30th November. All 170 Member States and three […]

  • Welcome Ceremony

    The Philippines’ new representative to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) is seeking the release of Filipino seafarers being detained by pirates. IMO Secretary General Efthimios Mitropoulos promised to look into […]

  • Day of the Seafarer

    The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) “Day of the Seafarer” – on June 25 – is the opportunity for renewed efforts to safeguard the human rights of seafarers throughout the world […]

  • New Centre

    Steps have been taken to clear the way for the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to fund the building of a regional training centre in Djibouti, to promote the implementation of […]

  • Maritime Security ISO

    INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANIZATION MARITIME SAFETY COMMITTEE 86th session/Agenda item 4/MSC 86/INF.6 25 March 2009 MEASURES TO ENHANCE MARITIME SECURITY ISO Maritime and supply chain security standards Executive summary: This document […]