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Continuing its work with the international maritime and arbitration communities, the Emirates Maritime Arbitration Centre (EMAC), an organisation that provides services for resolving maritime disputes - through arbitration, mediation and other dispute resolution processes, sponsored and attended Posidonia, The International Shipping Exhibition in Greece this year.
Lloyd’s Register has committed to making a donation to Sailors’ Society for every new registration to use the digital table that they receive at their stand during this year’s Posidonia.
Hull to Hull (H2H), an EU-funded research project established to develop technical solutions for safer navigation in close proximity of other stationary or moving vessels and objects, is in its Concept Definition phase and will move on to the Technology Adaption and Integrations Work Package (WP03) this summer.
d’Amico Group, a world leader in maritime transportation in the Dry Cargo and Product Tankers sectors, RINA and Telemar have partnered to build a new fleet digital operating centre in Rome, Italy.
The Sustainable Shipping Initiative, a pioneering coalition of companies from across the global shipping industry, has announced that the dry bulk shipowner and operator Oldendorff Carriers has become a member.