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MTCC Asia Attended the Global Sustainable Transport Talent Training Program
On the morning of October 14, the opening ceremony of the Youth China- Global Sustainable Transport Talent Training Program was held in Beijing China. MTCC Asia was represented by its Head Prof. Wei Ruan at the program.
ZERO-AND LOW-EMISSION INNOVATION FORUM
We are pleased to announce that the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) are jointly hosting ZERO-AND LOW-EMISSION INNOVATION FORUM from 27-29 September 2021, supported by the Government of Norway.
Steering Committee Meeting Held for IMO-UNEP Innovation Forum
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) will jointly organize,
MTCC-Asia joined the "NextGEN" jointly proposed by IMO and MPA
Invited by IMO, MTCC-Asia participated the "NextGEN" initiative jointly proposed by the International Maritime Organization and the Singapore Maritime Port Authority (MPA) in September 2020. The initiative aims to facilitate information sharing on decarbonization initiatives between many stakeholders and establish important networks and platforms for collaboration.
IMO and MTCC-Asia successfully held an online seminar on Maritime Energy Efficiency technologies
IMO and MTCC-Asia successfully held an online seminar on Maritime Energy Efficiency technologies on June 21. This series of seminars was carried out in an online way. Maritime technology cooperation centers around the world were invited at different times. With more than 100 Asian participants from maritime authorities and shipping companies attended.
MTCC-Asia joined IMO GHG-SMART Programme
MTCC-Asia was invited to participate in the GHG-SMART Programme meeting on June 7, 2021. It was attended by the head of MTCC-Asia Ruan Wei, deputy head Wang Yingming, and technical officer Zhou Feng.
The head of MTCC-Asia attended the Caribbean Maritime Climate Action: Energy Efficiency Conference & Exhibition
Under the invitation of MTCC-Caribbean, Prof. Ruan Wei, the head of MTCC-Asia, on behalf of MTCC-Asia, attended the Caribbean Maritime Climate Action: Energy Efficiency Conference & Exhibition, which was held from 24th to 26th February,2021.
Delegation of Korean Federation of Port & Transport Workers’ Union Visits MTCC-Asia
On March 8 2018, a delegation from Korean Federation of Port & Transport Workers’ Union, led by Mr. Chilong Yong Chi, President of Port & Transport Korean’s Union, and Mr. Lee Yuntae, Vice President of Busan Port & transport Worker’s Union visited MTCC-Asia.
Virtual Regional Ship Energy Efficiency Technology Promotion Campaign: MTCC-Asia and Cambodia held
MTCC-Asia and Cambodia jointly held the Virtual Regional Ship Energy Efficiency Technology Promotion Campaign on 25th February, 2021. The Campaign, organized by MTCC-Asia, General Department of Waterway-Maritime Transport and Port (GDWMP), Ministry of Public Works and Transport, Cambodia and Shanghai Maritime University (SMU),
MTCC-Asia and Sri Lanka held Virtual Regional Ship Energy Efficiency Technology Promotion Campaign
MTCC-Asia and Sri Lanka jointly held the Virtual Regional Ship Energy Efficiency Technology Promotion Campaign on 3rd February, 2021. The Campaign, organized by MTCC-Asia, Sri Lanka Merchant Shipping Secretariat (SLMSS), Sri Lanka Port Authority (SLPA) and Shanghai Maritime University (SMU), was attended remotely by 30 representatives from shipping industry of China and Sri Lanka.
MTCC-Asia held the Virtual Regional Ship Energy Efficiency Technology Conference
As part of MTCC-Asia’s continuing efforts on the promotion of GHG emissions reduction from the maritime sector, representatives of stakeholders from the region had a heated discussion around the energy efficient technologies and operational measures at its Regional Conference held on 13-15 January 2021. The Conference, attended by over 60 participants from
MTCC-Asia disseminated Pilot Project results (2)
Under the collaboration of Shanghai Maritime Pilot’s Association, MTCC-Asia disseminated two pilot project’s result to seafarers on ships via Shanghai Port pilots. Two pilot projects, i.e. Uptake of ship energy efficient technologies and operations (PP EE) and Ship fuel oil consumption data collection and reporting (PP DC), are one of the most important components enshrined