Trading houses and Charterers to start reporting on shipping emissions

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A grouping of the world’s largest energy, agriculture, mining, and commodity trading companies and charterers will assess and disclose the climate alignment of their shipping activities for the first time..

This is according to a press release from The Sea Cargo Charter..

The Sea Cargo Charter is a global framework created in order to assess and disclose the climate alignment of ship chartering activities..

Its aim is to establish a common, global baseline to quantitatively assess and disclose whether chartering activities are in line with adopted climate goals making it an important tool to support responsible decision-making..

The Sea Cargo Charter is applicable to all bulk charterers, those with interest in the cargo on board, those who simply charter out the vessels they charter in as well as the disponent owners and all charterers in a charter party chain..

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Difference between bulk and break bulk

Bulk and Break bulk are two terms that are being used incorrectly and interchangeably in the course of day to day business..

These terms cannot be used interchangeably because there are distinctive differences between Bulk and Break Bulk in terms of cargo, nature, size, capacity, handling, trade, customers, ports, terminals, equipment, infrastructure…………………………………..

How do you differentiate between the two..?? This article will help you understand clearly..

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