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News : BIMCO Ice Reporting for Season 2020/2021 ends

The BIMCO Baltic ice reporting season for 2020/2021 covering Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, and Sweden ends, according to BIMCO’s release.
For the Canadian region, some areas like the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the Great Lakes have ended their ice season. Though there are other areas like the Eastern Waters of Newfoundland and Labrador Coast and the East Coast waters still experiencing some last bits of the ice coverage, BIMCO ends its ice reporting 2020/2021 season for the Canadian region today and members wishing for ice information on these regions are welcome to send their inquiry to the Maritime Information department for assistance.
Members can still use the BIMCO Ice Information available online which covers information ranging from basic guidance in understanding ice navigation, the Egg Code, the Polar Code to guidance on navigating the various ice regions in the world.

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In addition, BIMCO together with Witherby Publishing has released the “Ice Navigation and Seamanship Handbook”. This is a comprehensive publication that can assist all users, including a novice reader who wishes to establish a good foundation in understanding the various types of ice that exist, the different ice regions, and navigational challenges experienced by ships. It also includes for the experienced ice navigator, one chapter dedicated to the applicable international, regional, and local regulations and guidance that is necessary in order to ensure compliance when operating in ice conditions

 

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BIMCO’s mission is to be at the forefront of global developments in shipping, providing expert knowledge and practical advice to safeguard and add value to our members’ businesses and our vision is to be the chosen partner trusted to provide leadership to the global shipping industry.

 

BIMCO has NGO status with offices in Copenhagen, Singapore, Shanghai, Athens, and London and our members range from the largest shipowners in the world to small local port agents and law firms.
As the largest direct entry shipping organization with 1,900 members in 120 countries the BIMCO membership represents 60% of the world cargo fleet (measured by tonnage – the weight of the unloaded ships). Our ambition is to help build a resilient industry in a sustainable future whilst protecting world trade through helping manage the risk to our members, and therefore shipping, in a changing world.

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