IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim Visited MTCC-Asia.
Mr. Kitack Lim, IMO Secretary-General, made his official visit to the MTCC-Asia’s City Office on July 11, following the Global Forum on Green Shipping. His visit was accompanied by the Mr. Zhang Xiaojie, Chairman of IMO Council, Acting Director General of International Cooperation of Ministry of Transport of China, Mr. Xu Ruqing, Director General of China Maritime Safety Administration, Mr. Zhang Lin, Deputy Director General of Shanghai Municipal Transport Commission, Mr. Chen Xi, Deputy Head of Pudong New District of Shanghai and Mr. Jin Yongxing, Chairman of Shanghai Maritime University Council, Chairman of MTCC-Asia Board and Honorary Chairman of International Maritime Lecturers Association.Secretary-General was deeply impressed by the environment of MTCC-Asia, and expressed his appreciation to Ministry of Transport of China, Shanghai Municipal Government and Shanghai Maritime University for their great support. More…… 15/07/2018
Global Forum on Green Shipping in celebration of IMO 70th Anniversary ceremoniously held in Shanghai.
July 11th 2018 is the 14th Maritime Day of China. The Global Forum on Green Shipping in celebration of the IMO 70th Anniversary was held in the Shanghai International Convention Center. The theme of the 2018 World Maritime Day is IMO 70th Anniversary our heritage—Better Shipping for Better Future. The IMO Secretary General Kitack Lim attended the event with 120 maritime experts and officials, discussing about the shipping industry and the challenges in the future. Jin Yongxing, the Chairman of Shanghai Maritime University (SMU) Council, the Chairman of MTCC-Asia and the Chairman of IMLA (International Maritime Lecturers Association) said, “In the 21st oceanic century, mankind is working together to create a new era of navigation and marine civilization, calling for the whole world to show more concern and actively participate in maritime development. More…… 13/07/2018
MTCC-Asia innovatively uses BeiDou Navigation Satellite System for ship fuel consumption data collection.
Under the collaboration with the COSCO Shipping Tankers (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., MTCC-Asia technical staff installed the updated version of E-system of Voluntary Ship Fuel Consumption Data Collection on board an oil tanker and successfully collected the ship fuel consumption data onshore by using this E-system.This E-system is fully designed and developed by MTCC-Asia for the implementation of the pilot project on “fuel consumption data collection and reporting” in line with IMO regulations. It consists of three modules, i.e. onboard collection module, data communication module and onshore analysis module. Onboard collection module is easily read and friendly used and provides ship with the manual input or the automatic collection depending upon if the ship’s flowmeter system on board is available. More…… 30/06/2018