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Expert Risk Articles
For knowledge sharing worldwide, features on a variety of risk topics in both the AGCS in-house media and external publications.
“There’s no turning back to the old reality”20 February 2018
Katinka Barysch, German economist and financial commentator, and the Director of Political Affairs for Allianz SE answers questions about world events and if things can ever go back to "normal."
Recent Developments: 2015 in Review05 April 2016
From cargo liquefaction to opening of Iranian waters and from oil price fluctuations to Tianjin, 2015 saw surprises and some impactful losses.
Condition-based maintenance and cargo weighing regulations21 March 2016
Ship maintenance has traditionally been accomplished on a set interval of planned repair. Recently, however, a move to replace this method with condition-based maintenance strategies has enjoyed a rising interest.
Salvage challenges for “mega ships”17 March 2016
As cargo ships swell in size to carry ever more containers (the world's largest if laid end to end would stand higher than the Empire State Building!) questions remain about certain safety issues.
The “Internet of Things” and piracy increasing cyber exposures21 March 2016
The shipping industry is challenged by the scope and nature of cyber risks that threaten safe operations around the world.
Drop in Arctic shipping temporary, as safety challenges remain21 March 2016
With the warming of the world's oceans, more new sea lanes for shipping will open in the Arctic during each season. Despite a new mandatory Polar Code for operations within the region, which will take effect in 2017, challenges to shipping remain