INTERTANKO To Attend NAV 48 at IMO

Monday, July 08, 2002
INTERTANKO will be attending NAV 48 at IMO . The agenda includes major items of particular interest such as: The ongoing feasibility study on the retro-fitting of VDR's to existing cargo ships; Changes to the traffic separation scheme in the bay of Fundy to reduce ship strikes to the Right Whale; Proposed changes by Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Poland, Russian Federation to amend Resolution A.579(14) and A.620(15) navigation through the entrances to the Baltic Sea; Places of refuge; Anchoring, mooring and towing equipment; Lifeboat accidents. Source: INTERTANKO

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