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Keeping fit and healthy

A fit and healthy crew is crucial for every shipping company, both in social and economic terms. Here the UK P&I Club’s Sophia Bullard, in conjunction with IMEQ, looks at post-traumatic stress disorder and offers tips on preventing bullying in the workplace

The impact of IMO 2020 starts to show…

Scott Poulter, of Pacific Green Technologies, takes a practical look at the new sulphur rules and warns prices for low-sulphur fuel are already more than double the cost of higher sulphur fuel

Breaking up is hard to do

Nazery Khalid provides an update on the progress of the Hong Kong Convention on green ship recycling

A new generation of ship finance

Ship finance has changed radically through the years and is most likely to change again in the decades to come, as Jasel Chauhan, of Hill Dickinson, explores

Expected shipping trends for 2020 from a P&I perspective

Miguel Caballero, at West of England Insurance Services (Luxembourg) SA, sets out his thoughts on three issues which are likely to be on Clubs’ radar screens in 2020, the implementation of the IMO’s 0.5 per cent global sulphur cap, the potential for further sanctions and the withdrawal of the UK from the EU

It’s all in the wording

Benjamin Coffer, of Quadrant Chambers, reviews a recent case considering general average guarantees and the actionable fault defence