March 25, 2021
- Global Bunkering Summit 2021 - Virtual Conference and Exhibition
Petrospot's second annual Global Bunkering Summit will build on the huge succes of the world's first global online bunker conference, GBS20 in September 2020, which attracted almost 1,100 registrations from 73 countries.
GBS21 will pick up the themes and challenges debated in 2020 and will remind the global bunkering sector why so many people from all over the world trust Petrospot to present the most professionally organised, easily accessible, information-packed and fully inclusive online bunker conference available.
With travel to overseas events still impossible for now. GBS21 will again unite the international bunker industy, entirely FREE OF CHARGE, promising live panel discussions and Q&A, chat, messaging and meeting facilities, an online products and services showcase and serious high-levelcontent but alsoa lot of fun.
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September 1, 2020
- Camin Cargo Control NWE - Rotterdam Expansion
Camin Cargo Control NWE are delighted to announce the formal start of our new and very experienced team in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. This being a further example of our ongoing commitment and builds upon our strategy for continued growth, expansion and development in the ARA region.
Please join us in welcoming our new team to the Camin Cargo Control Group!
August 31, 2020
- New Belgian Code of Shipping
As of September 1st, 2020 the new Belgian Code of Shipping will apply.
The new Code of Shipping, which is the result of a long term process of about ten years, actually replaces the almost 150 years old Belgian 'Law of the Sea'.
August 10, 2020
- First Virtual Global Bunkering Summit: 2 - 3 September 2020
September 26, 2019
- IMO2020: More Bunker Suppliers are ready to offer 0.50% Sulfur bunkers
Only a few more months before IMO2020 kicks in and bunker suppliers are getting ready to offer 0.50% Sulfur bunkers. Taking into account recent volatile HSFO pricing and tight supply, such new bunker grade may come as a good alternative and opportunity to shipowners and charterers.
Camin Cargo Control NWE is also ready to assist involved parties with any quality control needed. Especially, with the help of our unique SABA® quality program in the ARA region.
July 5, 2019
Camin Cargo Control NWE achieves ISO 17025 accreditation for its laboratory in Antwerp
Camin Cargo Control NWE is pleased to announce that it has achieved ISO 17025 accreditation for our laboratory in Antwerp. ISO 17025 is the international standard by which a laboratory’s commitment to quality is evaluated. Camin Cargo Control NWE achieved this accreditation by demonstrating the robustness of our quality management system and technical competence for product compliance testing. ISO 17025 not only considers management and technical expertise, but also emphasizes continuous improvement.
October 8, 2018
Camin Cargo Control Group opens new Inspection and Laboratory facility in Tuxpan, Veracruz, Mexico
Camin Cargo Control Group, a leader in Petroleum and Energy Testing and Inspection, is pleased to announce its further expansion in the Mexican marketplace with the opening of their newest inspection and laboratory facility in Tuxpan, Veracruz covering the eastern seaboard of Mexico. The Tuxpan laboratory complements a strong presence that Camin has built in Mexico, with over thirty years of service to international customers and the local market.
The Tuxpan facility will support the inspection and testing of gasoline, distillates and fuel oils, which are critical to the Mexican economy, while meeting Mexico’s required testing standards.
July 23, 2018
Camin Cargo Control Announces Expansion into European Market with Acquisition of MIOS
As from July 2018 forward, MIOS will continue to provide its laboratory, inspection and additive services as being part of the Camin Cargo Control Group.
For more information please visit www.camincargo.com/news-mios.aspx
January 15, 2018
Global sulfur limit will enter into force on 1 January 2020 without any delay
IMO has reconfirmed that there will be no delay for the global sulfur limit to enter into force. The new global limit will be 0.50% m/m and will apply on and after 1 January 2020.
The implementation of the global sulfur cap will almost with certainty spur the introduction of blended fuels in order to achieve compliance.
Finally, discussions still need to take place however on how to ensure consistent implementation and enforcement. Compliance, enforcement and monitoring of the new sulfur cap will fall to flag and port states.