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In 1961 ICS was the first shipping industry association to be granted consultative status at the UN International Maritime Organization (IMO). Since then, our secretariat has been regularly attending – and contributing to – the technical meetings. Our national association membership structure enables us to provide a well-balanced industry view, which we express through submissions.

 

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PPR 8/7/8 – Comments on document PPR 8/7

Agenda: REVISION OF MARPOL ANNEX IV AND ASSOCIATED GUIDELINES TO INTRODUCE PROVISIONS FOR RECORD-KEEPING AND MEASURES TO CONFIRM THE LIFETIME PERFORMANCE OF SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS Submitted by: India, Japan, Liberia, Palau, Panama, Republic of Korea, CLIA, BIMCO

28 January 2021 Submission

PUBLIC CONSULTATION:INDIA MINISTRY OF PORTS, SHIPPING AND WATERWAYS PROPOSED NEW‘MERCHANT SHIPPING BILL(2020)’, TO REPLACETHE ‘MERCHANT SHIPPING ACT(1958)’

On 18 November, the Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways begana consultation on the draft ‘Merchant Shipping Bill(2020)’, which we understandis intended to replace the Merchant Shipping Act( 1958).We also understand that this initiative is complementary to the overarching vision of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s government to modernise India’s national regulations,on the basis of contemporary international law and best practice

22 December 2020 Submission

Comments on the Inception Impact Assessment

Inception Impact Assessment for the proposed Amendment of the EU Emissions Trading System (Directive 2003/87/EC). Preliminary comments by ICS, in particular on the proposal to extend the EU ETS to maritime transport. Submitted to the European Commission on 26 Nov 2020.

26 November 2020 Submission

Support the seafarers making Black Friday a reality 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Calling Mr Bezos, CEO of Amazon, to help push public recognition of seafarers as key workers. Open Letter from ICS, BIMCO, Intercargo and Intertanko from 25 November 2020.

25 November 2020 Submission

ISWG GHG 7/2/26 – Proposal for a mandatory goal-based technical and operational short-term measure with combination of EEXI, SEEMP, CII and rating mechanism

Agenda: FURTHER CONSIDERATION OF CONCRETE PROPOSALS TO IMPROVE THE OPERATIONAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF EXISTING SHIPS, WITH A VIEW TO DEVELOPING DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 4 OF MARPOL ANNEX VI AND ASSOCIATED GUIDELINES, AS APPROPRIATE  Submitted by: China, Croatia, Denmark, France, Germany, Ghana, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Nigeria, Norway, Republic of Korea Singapore, Spain, United Arab Emirates and ICS

18 September 2020 Submission