BIMCO Offers One-Day Course

Friday, August 20, 1999
BIMCO will hold its one-day Towards Better Decisions course on September 30 in New York, focusing on tanker voyage charter parties. Entitled Seminar and Workshops on Laytime and Demurrage Under Tanker Voyage Charter Parties, the course will feature industry experts who are ready to guide participants in their search for upgraded knowledge of these parties. Topics discussed will include specific details of common problems in tanker chartering and operations – as well as their solutions. Commencement of laytime, berth congestion and statements of fact are also included in the seminar. For further information contact BIMCO at: 161 Bagsvaerdvej, 2880 Bagsvaerd, Denmark, tel: 45 4444 4500; fax: 45 4444 4450, , www.bimco.dk
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