BIMCO to Hold Tanker Seminar

Tuesday, January 16, 2007
BIMCO will hold a tanker seminar on March 6-7 in collaboration with the Dubai Shipping Agents Association. BIMCO Courses has, for the last 21 years, staged a large number of courses and seminars. Over 10,000 participants from 65 countries can attest that these events are an effective method of obtaining practical information on the latest developments in shipping in general, as well as on matters of local or specific interest. Speakers will offer knowledge on topics such as: LOI’s in the Tanker Trade Problems involved in the Bunker Industry The Risk of Outturn Loss Claims Unsafe Port/Berth Charterers Liability and Pools Tug/Handling/Towage Industry BIMCHEMTIME, BIMCO Vetting and Inspection Clause, CHEMTANKVOY, The Role of the Shipbroker in Tanker Business Pollution/Oil Spill Focus on Customer Relations Future/Criminalisation/Regulations In addition the seminar will include case studies and a mock arbitration.
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