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  • The Hong Kong Convention’s entry into force wasn’t optimistic as of beginning of 2019. The convention was supported with merely six ratifications/accessions till date earlier. But as we move forward in 2019, four new Contracted States were included in quick succession - Turkey & the Netherlands on Jan 21 & Feb 20, followed by Republic of Serbia & Japan on 20 and 27 Mar respectively.Read more...
  • The Hong Kong International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships, 2009 (Hong Kong Convention) adopted by IMO has received another boost with the acceding of Japan. According to the latest IMO official report, on 27thMarch, 2019 in London, H.E. Mr. Koji Tsuruoka, Ambassador of Japan to the United Kingdom and Permanent Representative of Japan to IMO, met IMO Secretary-General Mr. Kitack Lim at IMO Headquarters, London to deposit the instrument of accession.Read more...
  • Singapore – 07th March 2019, CTI Marine Services (Singapore Office) presented a Business Review on Asbestos Mitigation and Management works carried out for CMA CGM during 2018 at their Singapore officeRead more...
  • Singapore – 06th March 2019, CTI Marine Services (Singapore Office) was invited during “ABS Singapore Seminar: Regulatory Update” to introduce & present briefly On Asbestos Control in the Lifecycle of IHM Management.Read more...
  • Recently, an seminar for“Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM) Preparation for Newbuilding and Existing Ships Comply with HKC & EU SRR” has been held successfully in Hong Kong, which was jointly organized by CTI Marine Services and The Hong Kong Shipowners Association Ltd.Read more...
  • Singapore - February 8th 2018; Poly NDT Pte Ltd, a member of CTI Marine Services has become the first Singapore company to obtain certification from classification society - BUREAU VERITAS (BV) as a certified provider of Development of Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM) services, It has become one of only a handful of companies worldwide that are able to offer IHM inRead more...
  • CTI Marine Services had succesfully completed the on board sampling for THENAMARIS vessels to be surveyed for IHM.Read more...
  • The EU is calling for a global approach to reducing greenhouse gas emissions from international shipping – a large and growing source of emissions. As a first step, large ships using EU ports will be from 2018 required to report their verified annual emissions and other relevant information.Read more...
  • CTI Marine Services, had appointed 4 IHM surveyors to do onboard visual and sampling check to finish within 10hrs to save owners time. She was surveyed at port in Singapore within the ETA & ETD time frame. – NO DELAYS AND WAITING FOR IHM SURVEYRead more...
  • CTI has been awarded accreditation by UKAS to perform assessments for EU Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) of carbon dioxide emissions compliance concerning ships’ monitoring plans and emission reports.Read more...
  • EU Regulation 2015/757- First phase goes into force 31 August 2017 The monitoring, reporting and verification of CO2 Emissions from ships the final Commission Delegations regulations for EU 2016/2072 were adopted in November 2016 Read more...
  • Poly NDT Pte Ltd, a member of CTI Marine Services has become the first Singapore company to obtain certification from classification society DNV GL a certified provider of Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM) services, becoming one of only a handful of companies worldwide that are able to offer IHM in compliance with the Hong Kong International Convention for the safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships, The new European Ship Recycling Regulation (EUSRR) and the Guidelines for the Development of the Inventory of Hazardous Materials.Read more...