This information is ready to provide chemical tanker owners and stakeholders with detailed explanations of tripartite agreements for each list in the circular, given that there have been numerous recent requests from shipowners. The goal is to facilitate the certification process by putting all tripartite products on a single list and not on a single product supplement. While the finalized evaluated products for which a ship is certified are included in the standard CoF product lists, only one product supplement is added to the CoF, which covers only this specific tripartenary product. The new tripartite list will contain all current trilateral products at the time of the exhibition, for which the vessel can be certified and the ship`s flag is a signatory state. At the next opportunity, the operator should consider urgently requesting a tripartite list instead of an endorsement to certify the vessel for all products currently available. The new tripartite list will contain all current trilateral products at the time of the exhibition, for which the vessel can be certified and the ship`s flag is a signatory state. On the new list, the signatory states and tripartite expiration dates for each product are listed in addition to standard mentions such as the tanks in which the product can be transported, the footnotes and the MARPOL pollution category. When new chemicals or product mixtures are proposed for mass sand, they are usually subject to a so-called tripartite agreement. The objective of a tripartite agreement is to allow the relatively rapid shipment of a new product for a transitional period before the IMO conducts the final assessment. 2.1 Because chemical manufacturers are constantly manufacturing new products that are not yet included in the IBC code, products are evaluated and classified by the country`s government for production, import or shipment for transport on board chemical tankers.

When it is proposed to carry a bulk liquid substance that has not been included in the code, the governments of the contracting parties involved in the project prior to establishing and agreeing to a preliminary assessment of the proposed project based on the Schedule II/Reg MARPOL guidelines.