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ICS HK & WISTA HK: Webinar 1 / Safe Port - Eastern City to Ocean Victory & Beyond (16th June Hong Kong Time 6pm - 7.15pm)

ICS HK & WISTA HK: Webinar 1 / Safe Port - Eastern City to Ocean Victory & Beyond (16th June Hong Kong Time 6pm - 7.15pm)

A Webinar Series By Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers Hong Kong Branch & WISTA International (Women’s International Shipping & Trade Association), Hong Kong.

“Charterparty Disputes & Prevention – Practical Considerations"

Webinar 1: Safe Port – Eastern City to Ocean Victory & Beyond

16th June 2021, 6pm – 7.15pm Hong Kong/Singapore

Introduction:

Manson Cheung, Vice-Chair ICS-HK, MAArb, FICS, FCIArb, FHKIArb, Director of ABC Shipping (HK) Limited

Benjamin Wong, Head, Transport and Industrial Sectors, InvestHK"

Hong Kong: Leading Inclusion and Diversity

Moderator:

Jagmeet Singh Makkar, Arbitrator, Chair - ICS HK, FICS FRINA FHKIArb MCIArb MHKMAG AFIDRRMI, Director - SkillsPlus

Panelists:

Catherine Smith, General Counsel & Company Secretary at Wah Kwong Maritime Transport Holdings Limited, FCIArb, Solicitor qualified in England & Wales, Scotland and Hong Kong

Capt. Rajiv Tetarbe, Commercial Director, Chellaram Shipping (HK) Ltd., FICS, Master Mariner

Dimitris Seirinakis, MD, Shanghai Office of the American Club; Regional Claims Director for Asia, Dual-qualified solicitor in England and Hong Kong

Free Webinar (Registration required)

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The panel will briefly look at the development of law, “The Eastern City”, and consider the questions of absolute versus qualified warranties, using various references. Time permitting, the panel will also address questions such as - safe port at the time of the nomination with nothing to suggest that it may become unsafe and then becoming so while the vessel is in the port; unsafe at the time of nomination but safe when vessel arrives and is at the port; consequences of owner’s decision to accept the orders to sail to an unsafe port and the issues of forfeiting the right to damages, mitigation and indemnity. Panel will then move on to the practical considerations to avoid disputes by bringing in clarity.

We thank our Co-Organizers:

Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, East Asia Branch
Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration
Hong Kong Maritime Arbitration Group
London Maritime Arbitrators Association

We thank our Supporting Organisations:

InvestHK
Hong Kong Shipowners Association
China Maritime Arbitration Commission
Young Professionals Shipping Network
DMET Alumni Association Hong Kong
DMET Alumni Association Singapore
Logistics Management Staff Association
GlobalMET
Institute of Seatransport
CY Tung International Centre for Maritime Studies
Hong Kong Institute of Arbitrators
Hong Kong Maritime Lawyers Association
Hong Kong Centre of International Commercial Arbitration
Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers, Singapore Branch
Marine Insurers Club

We thank our Media Partners:

The Hong Kong Maritime Hub
Sailor Today
Marex Media
Shipping Tribune
TradeMaker
Inside Marine

Illumination of the IMO building and other emblematic landmarks to mark World Maritime Day on 30 September 2021.

Illumination of the IMO building and other emblematic landmarks to mark World Maritime Day on 30 September 2021.

For the attention of all IGOs and NGOs in consultative status with IMO:

On behalf of the Secretary-General, the External Relations Office is pleased to bring to your attention the attached Circular Letter No.4403 inviting you to join IMO in a new initiative to promote the World Maritime theme by lighting up your most iconic buildings, bridges, maritime ports, ships, monuments, museums and other emblematic landmarks on World Maritime Day each year. This year, the World Maritime Day will be celebrated on 30 September.

We would be most grateful if you could circulate it to your members as you consider appropriate.

We truly appreciate any support you can provide by promoting this project. As always, please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any queries.

Many thanks and kind regards,

External Relations Office

ICSHK - Webinar / 28-Apr / Post Pandemic – what will be the future of ship management

ICSHK - Webinar / 28-Apr / Post Pandemic – what will be the future of ship management

2021 IMO Award for Exceptional Bravery at Sea - Call for nominations

2021 IMO Award for Exceptional Bravery at Sea - Call for nominations

For the attention of non-governmental organizations in consultative status with IMO

The purpose of this email is to kindly request your cooperation to promote and encourage the submission of nominations for the 2021 IMO Award for Exceptional Bravery at Sea.

You will find attached a promotional flyer in the three working languages of the Organization (English, French and Spanish). Each of them contains two links: one for the guidelines (Circular Letter No.4326) and the other for the nomination form in Word format. You may remember that the Award Guidelines were amended in 2018 and nominations may now also involve displays of extraordinary seamanship skills in very difficult conditions or any other acts of outstanding courage occurring at sea.

We would be most grateful if you could upload the flyer onto your website and/or circulate it to your members as you consider appropriate. Alternatively, it can be accessed through IMO Awards and recognitions on the IMO website or the following links: