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Could Alternative Fuels Overtake the Market In The Future?


With IMO implementing the 0.50% sulphur cap on marine fuel from 2020 and more recently deciding to tackle the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in the shipping sector, shipowners have a choice to make about their marine fuel. In the current industry climate, shippers have three main alternatives: use LNG, fit their ships with scrubbers or switch to an even more environmentally-friendly fuel.

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Αξιολόγηση απόδοσης ναυτικών: γιατί μια φόρμα βαθμολόγησης δεν αρκεί


Ως απόδοση μπορεί να οριστεί ο βαθμός διεκπεραίωσης του έργου που συνιστά μια εργασία. Η απόδοση, λοιπόν, εκφράζει την εκπλήρωση υποχρεώσεων που απορρέουν από την εργασία. Ταυτόχρονα, όμως, η απόδοση επηρεάζεται από τις γνώσεις και τις ικανότητες που απαιτούνται για να εκπληρωθεί το έργο.

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An Overview of the types and sizes of dry cargo and tanker ships


The international dry cargo and tanker markets are immense and served by numerous ships of several types and various sizes. Some of the ships follow standard designs and can carry a variety of cargoes while others are more specialized and able to carry particular commodities which the standard vessels cannot.

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