News

  • Felleshavari - miniseminar 12. juni 2014

    Cefor miniseminar 12. juni kl 14 - 16 i Finansnæringens Hus. Les mer her   Registration closing on Thursday at 10:00 hrs.   Read More
  • Ratification of 2010 HNS Protocol in Norway

    The Norwegian Ministry of Justice and Public Security has invited comments to a consultation paper proposing ratification and implementation into law of the 2010 HNS Protocol.

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  • Athens Convention enters into force

    The Athens Convention, relating to the carriage of passengers and their luggage by sea, entered into force on 23 April 2014. The Convention substantially raises the limits of liability for the death of, or personal injury to, a passenger on a ship.

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  • Denmark triggers wreck-removal convention

    The Nairobi International Convention on the Removal of Wrecks will enter into force on 14 April 2015.

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  • IUMI urges action on places of refuge

    The International Union of Marine Insurance has joined an industry initiative urging coastal states to adhere to IMO guidelines when a ship in distress or in need of assistance requests a place of refuge. 

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  • Expensive vessels = expensive repairs

    Cefor published Nordic Marine Insurance Statistics as of 31 December 2013 in conjunction with its Annual General Meeting 3 April. The statistics highlight recent claim trends and give an overview over the Nordic marine insurance market.

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  • 2014 Annual General Meeting & Seminar

    Christen Guddal (Gard) was elected new member of the Cefor Board of Directors at the Annual General Meeting held in Oslo 3 April 2014.
    The 2013 ocean and coastal hull claims trends were presented at the following seminar.

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  • Average Adjuster consultation in Norway

    The Ministry of Justice and Public Security has launched a consultation suggesting amendments to the qualification requirements for candidates to the office of Average Adjuster in Norway. 

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  • 2014 Annual Seminar & Dinner

    The annual seminar and dinner held in conjunction with the Cefor AGM will take place at the Grand Hotel in Oslo Thursday 3 April  (by invitation only).

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  • Limited Iran sanctions relief

    As of 20 January, the U.S. and EU have provided for a temporary suspension of sanctions on Iran petrochemical exports, including insurance and other associated services.

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  • Interest Rates on Claims 2014

    Interest Rates on Claims settled in accordance with the Nordic Marine Insurance Plan of 2013 (the Plan) for 2014 are now available under Clauses. This information is updated January every year.

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  • LLMC amendment in Norwegian Maritime Code

    IMO adopted in April 2012 amendments to the 1996 Protocol to the Convention on Limitation for Maritime Claims, raising the limits by 51 %. The amendments shall enter into force by 8 June 2015.

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  • New Clause to the Nordic Plan

    The Nordic shipowner associations and Cefor have agreed on a new Clause with a Commentary which may be used to replace Clause 3-15 on trading areas and Clause 3-22 sub-clause 3 on safety regulations of the Nordic Plan.   The Nordic Plan as such is not amended . The short name of the Clause is the... Read More
  • New Clause to the Nordic Plan

    The Nordic shipowner associations and Cefor have agreed on a new Clause with a Commentary which may be used to replace Clause 3-15 on trading areas and Clause 3-22 sub-clause 3 on safety regulations of the Nordic Plan.   The Nordic Plan as such is not amended . The short name of the Clause is the... Read More
  • Removal of Ship Records, Seminar Wednesday 20 November in Oslo

    Is removal of Ship Records a hazard to ship safety? Why do owners remove ship records when the ship is sold? Why do owners permit managers to remove ship records in the event of change of management? The purpose of this Seminar is to shed some light on this issue which represents a growing concer... Read More

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