The following articles are included in this feature on ship management: "Japanese Owners Review Their Options for Ship Management Services," explaining how the pros and cons of using, and eventually becoming, major international third party ship managers are increasingly being considered by Japanese shipowners; "Pollution Legislation is Top Hong Kong Concern," pointing out that pollution liability is now the prime concern among shipowners and managers in Hong Kong and also discussing their concern over the issue of random testing of crew for alcohol and drugs, and with manning and recruitment; "HK Training Venture in Manila," telling how Hong Kong-based Mercury Shipmanagement has established a training, recruitment and manning joint venture with A.P. Madrigal of Manila, a group whose interests include shipowning and operating; and "Singapore is Sure of More Japanese Work," discussing (1) how Singapore ship managers are looking toward Japan for expansion, (2) the agreement by the 70,000-strong All Japan Seaman's Union to allow mixed crews as a way of trying to stem the flow of tonnage from the Japanese flag, and (3) the comparative cost of a Singapore crew.
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- Journal article; feature
- Publication Date: 1990-8
- Pagination: 5 p.
- Lloyd's Ship Manager
- ISSN: 0265-2455
- TRT Terms: Education and training; Liability; Manning requirements; Pollution; Recruiting; Ship management
- Geographic Terms: Hong Kong (China); Japan; Singapore
- Old TRIS Terms: Crew costs
- Subject Areas: Education and Training; Environment; Law; Marine Transportation;
- Accession Number: 00661053
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: Maritime Technical Information Facility
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Jul 21 1994 12:00AM