Based on input provided by owners and operators with BWM systems on board their vessels, the report covers a range of topics, including installation, commissioning and operations of BWM systems.
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Guide for Hull Inspection and Maintenance Program
Guide for Assessing Hull Girder Residual Strength for Bulk Carriers
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