The IMO’s MEPC Committee have agreed amendments to the implementation schedule for the installation of ballast water treatment systems. Read more in Class News 16/2017
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Delays due to COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the operations of shipyards and disrupted the supply chains for ballast water management system providers, which may have an impact on equipment installation schedules. For delays related to the COVID-19 pandemic, Owners should contact Lloyd’s Register to make suitable arrangements with Flag Administrations.
- IMO Circular Letter No.4204/Add.7 gives guidance concerning new construction projects and the unforeseen delays in the delivery of ships due to COVID-19.
- For information on postponements of USCG ballast water management requirements due to COVID-19 see Marine Safety Information Bulletin No. MSIB-14-20.
- Information on the latest Flag and Port State instructions on COVID-19 (Coronavirus) here.
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