The examinations are over and the results are in. Lloyd’s List has been evaluating class performance over the past year using information supplied by class societies themselves and Lloyd’s List Intelligence data.
- Wiernicki takes IACS helm
- Rina targets ship safety in new integrity assessment programme
- Donche-Gay’s footnote for IACS: Safety first
Partners to expand Cosco’s use of the Northeast Passage, explore navigational routes...ABS reorganises Americas division to target...
Nick Brown takes marine director position as Tom Boardley is promoted to newly...Ezra Holdings picks new interim chief...
Canada and Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean in focusABS offers advice for sailing Russia’s...
Anil Despande to step down from Ravi Mehrotra-controlled offshore and tanker groupSadler to give up the reins at Lloyd's Register
Japanese class society to adopt amendments ahead of IACS deadline
Class report 2015
A data-driven look at class performance and development
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291 (1) Baltic Dry Index
Lloyd's List Outlook 2016
Your year ahead in shipping for all key sectors in 2016
Top 100 interactive timelines
View the key events in the year that have helped shaped Top 100
Container Weighing Rules
Ensuring the new amendments to Solas regulations are applied