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IMOIn My Opinion
IMOIn Memory Of
IMOInternational Maritime Organization (UN)
IMOInternational Mathematical Olympiad
IMOIcelandic Meteorological Office
IMOInsurance Marketing Organization (various companies)
IMOI Mean Obviously
IMOIm Moment (German: In This Moment)
IMOInternational Meteor Organization
IMOIntelligent Medical Objects, Inc. (Northbrook, IL)
IMOInstitute for Marketecology (Switzerland)
IMOInternet Multimedia Office
IMOI'm Moving On
IMOIn Mijn Ogen (Dutch: in My Eyes)
IMOInternet Mail Only
IMOIrish Medical Organisation
IMOInternational Money Order
IMOIndependent Electricity Market Operator
IMOIndependent Marketing Organization (insurance)
IMOIndependent Market Operator
IMOInformation Management Officer
IMOInfrastructure Management Outsourcing
IMOIntegration Management Officer
IMOIndividual Member Organization
IMOIntelink Management Office (US DoD)
IMOIntermediate Military Objective (US DoD)
IMOIntergovernmental Maritime Organization (obsolete)
IMOIntegrated Market Offering
IMOInteractive Mathematics Online
IMOIndependently Moving Object
IMOIntuitive Music Orchestra
IMOImmune Modulatory Oligonucleotides
IMOInstant Money-Order
IMOIsrael Midden Oosten (Dutch: Israel Middle East)
IMOInstitut für Mathematische Optimierung (Universität Magdeburg, Germany)
IMOImproved Massey-Omura (hardware multiplier)
IMOInsaat Mühendisleri Odasi (Turkish: Chambers of Civil Engineering)
IMOIdaho Mounted Orienteering (club)
IMOInternational Market Opportunities
IMOIntramural Order
IMOIncident Management Officer
IMOIntermediate Math Open
IMOInstallation Maintenance Officer
IMOIntegrated Molecular Orbital
IMOInstallation Management Office
IMOInstallation Mobility Officer
IMOIntensive Management Office
IMOImaobong Missionary Outreach
IMOInformation Media Outlet
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This IMO decision needs to be adopted by vote in the next Marine Environment Protection Committee meeting, expected to be held in March 2014.
(%) (%) SOFaaBSA 150 133 29 48 (24.84 56 (38.5 alone (89.88 (21.89 [+ or -] [+ or -] [+ or [+ or 1.24) 1.82) -] -] 3.45) 1.07) IMO with 78 64 21 28 (32.46 29 (40.63 SOFaaciBSA (82.73 (29.83 [+ or -] [+ or -] [+ or [+ or 1.62) 1.91) -] -] 2.75) 1.43) IMO with 94 75 20 26 (26.2 [+ 29 (30.8 SOFaaBSA (80.83 (22.4 or -] 1.3) [+ or -] [+ or [+ or 1.49) -] -] 2.76) 1.1) Culture Hatched medium no.
IMO said its new management worked since 2009 towards increasing operational performance based on a strategy that includes return on investment in existing sites and expansion in key markets.
World Maritime Day and the parallel event are used to focus on the importance of shipping safety, maritime security and the marine environment and to emphasise a particular aspect of IMO's work.
Hassan Ali Al Majed, Director General of GOP, said, "GOP is fully committed to cooperating and supporting all initiatives and recommendations made by the IMO.
Development of selection procedures and standards should be accomplished prior to launch of the IMO. Often, the IMO will forgo background checking and rely on the appointing insurance company to conduct a check.
It is worth mentioning that the IMO General Assembly meets once every two years in a regular session.
The IMO was formed in 1948 but it was back in 1914 when Britain pioneered the very first safety convention ( the Safety of Souls at Sea (SOLAS) convention.
The Ship Recycling page has a detailed overview of the IMO's moves to govern the disassembly and recycling of ships.
This is the first cooperation agreement signed by a Ciserv company with IMO, and similar agreements would be signed by other Ciserv companies in other countries worldwide.
On October 20, 2005, the secretary general of the U N.'s International Maritime Organization (IMO) announced updates in its efforts to reduce marine pollution.
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) initiated a process this week to revise international standards on ship emissions and marine fuel quality and to consider regulating particulate matter produced by ship engines for the first time.