Maritime Risk International

Articles for May 2024

Ensuring seafarer welfare

John Prell, of Vikand, discusses the impact of the Maritime Labour Convention amendments and what can be done to improve the lot of seafarers

Salvage still providing value to industry

ISU pollution prevention survey shows environmental benefit of salvage industry

CII - does it matter?

Ian Short examines whether there will be any impact caused by low carbon intensity indicator ratings and takes a look at the BIMCO CII Clause for Voyage Charter Parties

A Win Win win

Ship interests succeed in constructive total loss claim, as Maria Moisidou, Alexander Freeman and Harris Kouppas, at Hill Dickinson, report

Where do Russia's sanctioned ships trade?

Many vessels are recalled to Russia's north and the Black Sea after being sanctioned, but foreign trading partners are actively being sought, and participation in international trade continues, writes Bridget Diakun of Lloyd's List

No cargo? No problem!

The Association of Average Adjusters reviews the ins and outs of ballast general average

Navigating trade compliance obligations

Elena Ozyman, at Descartes, explains how free trade agreements can help increase profits and why marine businesses should pay more attention to the opportunities presented

Higher waves, higher risks of container stack collapses

The global volume of containerised trade is growing at the same time as extreme weather events and rising wave heights are increasing the risk of stack collapse and loss of containers at sea, as Kunal Pathak, Siddharth Mahajan, Are Solum and Helge Nordahl, of Gard, report

Static commodity insurance losses: a tale of woe?

Rob Hawes, of Liberty, reports on a curious story of criminal endeavour: misappropriation, mysterious disappearance, fraudulent documents and phantom goods

Cyber security essential to combat targeted attacks

Richard White, of GTMaritime, considers the growing importance of cyber security in the marine space

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