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MTCC-Asia officials visit Shanghai Ocean Shipping Co. Ltd. for pilot projects.

In the morning on June 21, 2018, Head of MTCC Asia RUAN wei, together with technical officers visited Shanghai Ocean Shipping Co. Ltd., which is operating about 170 large container ships, and met with the heads of the department. The two parties reviewed the work being done for the installation, operation and testing of ship trim and fuel consumption data collection system on board, with the aim of furthering the pilot projects.  More…… 23/06/2018

MTCC-Asia Board Meeting 2018 held.

Recently the MTCC-Asia Board meeting was held in MTCC-Asia’s City Office. The Board members listened to the 2017 report presented by Chairman Jin Yongxing, and made some suggestions on the 2018 Work Plan. The Board affirmed that MTCC-Asia had courageously overcome tremendous difficulties, made an impressive and fabulous job, and accomplished the tasks as required, in particular the establishment of 1st MTCC’s branch office in Cambodia. Looking ahead, there were loads of challenges, technical and media, which called for a concerted mind and the resolve to act in face of unknown hardships. After reviewing the 2018 Work Plan, the Board agreed that 2018 was the critical year in MTCC-Asia’s development as the technology software was scheduled to be developed, and would continue to provide further support to MTCC-Asia in data collection, fuel consumption and relevant research.  More…… 28/05/2018

MTCC-Asia at IMO MEPC 72.

The Global MTCC Network (GMN) Project provided an update and overview presentation to delegates of the 72nd Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) that was held 9-13 April 2018 at IMO Headquarters in London. MTCC-Asia Deputy Head Ms. Yingming Wang joined the GMN team at the presentation, together with representatives of IMO, EU and other MTCCs across the globe. The presentation was chaired by Dr. Jose Matheickal, Deputy Director of IMO Marine Environmental Division, and details were given by GMN PCU members on GMN achievements and priority actions for the coming months. Ms. Yingming Wang on half of MTCC-Asia expressed thanks to IMO and EU for their guidance and support for MTCC-Asia to achieve success in maritime technology cooperation in the region of Asia. Delegates of MEPC72 were also given the opportunity to ask questions and provide comments. More…… 25/04/2018