MT issue one 2021 is out now

MT the industry leading journal for maritime procurement and supply chain management featuring…

Fake/Fact IHM Maintenance ApproachesHenning Gramann shares some insights about how to evaluate compliant and cost-efficient IHM Maintenance.

More Headaches for SuppliersIHM has led to confusion among the industry around exactly what is required and who is responsible – with huge impacts on the supply chain.Missed IMPA member-only webinar on IHM – find out the highlights and how to watch it.

Moving the needle on environmental action with IMPA SAVEFewer than eight months since its inception, the ambitious IMPA SAVE initiative is enjoying greater awareness and salience than many other industry counterparts. With more than 5,000 vessels being so far committed to the first milestone of the programme and many other companies considering jumping onboard, the strong group of global shipowners and suppliers at the helm of the initiative have big plans and goals in store for 2021. Let’s explore!

How IMPA drives best practice in 2021 and beyondWe have a bold vision for the future of our industry, and this year, we are fully embarking on a journey to achieve it. More research and development, more high-quality content that drives business improvements, and an even more daring fight for a sustainable blue economy; this is how an intrepid IMPA will be steering the wheel of a market-driving strategy in 2021 and beyond. You simply cannot miss on membership!

Brexit: the done dealUncertainty, conflicting information, new paperwork and processes, stockpiling essential supplies – the year of transition was challenging. And what of 2021? For many in the supply chain, Brexit has brought higher costs, delays at ports, a shortage of hauliers, a paucity of Customs agents and the knock-on effect of other people’s mistakes. Felicity Landon spoke to IMPA members about their experiences.

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