4 September 2014

Report explains how Dutch banking groups deal with risks involved with shipbreaking

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Brussels, 4 September 2014 –  As reported on NGO’s website: – The NGO Shipbreaking Platform, a global coalition of human rights, labour rights and environmental organisations working to prevent dangerous and dirty ship recycling practices worldwide, has made available a report titled Case study: Dutch banking groups and shipbreaking on its website [1]. This is the English version […]

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30 June 2014

Lucion’s first mobile lab a success off shore

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Lucion’s recently accredited mobile laboratory took to the sea’s to support a client in their North Sea operations.  An operational vessel requiring an ‘at sea’ refurbishment program, required an ‘on the fly’ analytical service to avoid delays, lower costs, and supply on board real time advice to remedial work.  The project continued for over 5 […]

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14 March 2014

Lucion Marine at Tradewinds Ship Recycling Forum

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At the beginning of the month Lucion Marine sponsored the Tradewinds Ship Recycling Forum in Singapore. The discussion was led by Nitin Kanakyia, Hon. Secretary of the Ship Recycling Industries Association (India), and representatives of the leading Indian shipbreakers drew attention to the benefits of recycling in India during a time when the future viability of beaching is being […]

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