The Latin America Maritime Technology Cooperation Centre has been launched in Panama City at the International Maritime University of Panama on Tuesday, 13 March 2018.
The launch was followed by the first regional workshop to be run by the MTCC (13-15 March).
The first movie of the GMN project is now available on Youtube at the following link:
Global efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from shipping rely heavily on improvements in energy efficiency and increased uptake of low-carbon technologies.
The second bi-annual newsletter of GMN is now available. The summary report provides details on the achievements of the GMN project over the past 6 months, as well as highlighting upcoming activities.
The GMN project, funded by the EU and implemented by IMO, contributes to meeting the climate change strategic direction by supporting the move towards cleaner, greener and more energy efficient shipping.
On Monday, 4 December the Directors of the five MTCCs signed a Memorandum of Understanding to officially establish the global maritime technology centre network. Following the ceremony, GMN conducted a four-day capacity building workshop for the MTCCs and held the first Global Stakeholders Committee meeting.Discover more