2015 Economic Impact Analysis
MIAL develop submissions and reports valued by our members and key stakeholders. Our latest report titled “The economic contribution of the Australian maritime industry” outlines what the Australian maritime industry could look like with some minor policy changes.
IMO announces increased limits of liability
Amendments to increase the limits of liability in the 1996 Protocol to amend the Convention on Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims, 1976 (LLMC Protocol 1996) enter into force today (8 June 2015), raising the amount claimable for loss of life or personal injury on ships (not exceeding 2,000 gross tonnage) to 3.02 million Special Drawing Rights (SDR), up from 2 million SDR (additional amounts are claimable on larger ships).
What we can learn by asking School Kids About Ships of the Future
This year, for the SEA15 ‘2035 Maritime Space’ conference organized by MIAL, we interviewed school children about ships of the future.
World Maritime Day Lunch September 8th
MIAL are delighted to have as the Keynote Speaker, on World Maritime Day, September 8th, Rear Admiral Adam Grunsell, Head maritime Systems - RAN who is responsible for maintenance of all RAN vessels with expenditure of approximately $1 billion per annum