In our news circular 16 of 2019 we explained our involvement in several cases where Customs Fines were imposed on shipowners in the Netherlands due to alleged violations of the regulatory requirements...Read more
NNPC will keep you informed continuously
As a shipowner it can often prove difficult to keep abreast of all key details essential to maintaining continuous operations at all times. Often developments simply occur too rapidly. It is also complicated to get hold of accurate information. This is why at NNPC we do our utmost to keep you up to speed regarding risk management. How? Through the workshops we regularly organise. Through publications. And of course through our website and newsletters. This way not only we, but also you stay alert.
The International Union of Marine Insurance (IUMI) has submitted a proposal to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) regarding fire regulations for container ships. Due to the increase in size...Read more
The ‘International Group’ of P&I Clubs has added WAVE (The WAVE Network) to her list of approved systems. Earlier in 2019, Edox Online was approved as an electronic trading system, (see ou...Read more
As of January 1, 2013 amendments to Marpol Annex V include new responsibilities in relation to cargo classifications which also apply to cargo residues in wash water. We have been advised of a number ...Read more
In the past year we have dealt with a number of cases in which Customs Fines were imposed in the Netherlands pursuant to disputes about the concentration levels of the identifier “Solvent ...Read more
As you know the IMO will lower the existing Sulphur cap as per 1 January 2020. This will result in more stringent regulations in relation to the types of fuel that a vessel is allowed to use.Read more