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Liberian Registry Experiences Quality Growth with Fleet Growth

The Maritime Executive 02 Jul 2022
This rise in quality parallels the Registry’s continued meteoric fleet growth that started in 2019, and continues now into 2022, with Liberia continuing to be the fastest growing ship registry in the world at a growth rate of 5.5% which translates to 13 Million Gross Tons.
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Maltese flag receives high rank within US ports - government

Independent Online 02 Jul 2022
For the first time in the history of the Malta Ship Registry, Malta has been recognised by the United States Coast Guard (USCG) under the QUALSHIP21 initiative, Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects Aaron Farrugia, said.
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Switzerland, the world’s top commodity trading hub, debates its overall maritime carbon footprint

Splash24/7 30 Jun 2022
The government of Switzerland is formulating its international shipping strategy for the coming decades, including the adoption of a tonnage tax, with the plans laid out creating much debate in the landlocked nation ... Splash reported last July on how tiny San Marino – population 34,000 – had become home to the world’s newest ship registry.
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Panama: New dynamic for the maritime sector

Seatrade Maritime News 28 Jun 2022
Panama, the world’s largest ship registry in number of ships, has had to face the embers of war in the Baltic region while ensuring the safety, welfare, and protection of seafarers on board ships in the areas affected by the military operations ... of the Panamanian Ship registry.
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CMA CGM Group and MPA collaborate to advance maritime decarbonisation, digitalisation, innovation and workforce development

Fresh Plaza 27 Jun 2022
Decarbonise shipping through clean energies and technologies ... e-methane and biofuels for commercial shipping ... Such efforts to position the Singapore Registry of Ships for a low-carbon future reaffirm Singapore’s commitment towards decarbonization of the maritime industry.
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OPINION | A WORD: Game’s little mystery has a very easy answer

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 27 Jun 2022
Let's play a game of Obfuscation. I'll describe a common word that you will easily recognize — or not — in my clues. Today's mystery word can be a noun or a verb ... ? ... ? ... ? ... ? ... ◼️ A ship's country of registry ... Email. ... .
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PISR Registered a Significant Rise in its PMoU Ranking

The Maritime Executive 21 Jun 2022
The Palau International Ship Registry’s (PISR), the world’s leading digital registry, has registered a significant rise in its ranking within the Paris Memorandum of Understanding (PMoU) Flag State performance list in the first half of 2022 ... innovative ship registries.
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Achieving the vision of PD 474

The Manila Times 21 Jun 2022
Coupled with the rising reputation of Filipino seafarers was the growth in the number of foreign-owned ships registered in the Philippines. The Philippine ship registry in international voyages was not without complications, though, mainly due to the growing concern for maritime safety and seafarers' welfare.
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Sovcomflot has Worked Around Sanctions to Keep Sailing

The Maritime Executive 20 Jun 2022
The shipping giant said it is still working and that its fleet remains busy despite the increases in sanctions over the past four months ... Numerous reports have linked Russian shipping to the Indian Registry of Shipping with a rapid transfer of vessels to IR Class, although the society has denied that it was working with Russian shipping interests.
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Bill Signed: S. 3580

The White House 16 Jun 2022
3580, the “Ocean Shipping Reform Act of 2022,” which authorizes appropriations for the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) for fiscal years 2022 through ...
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PISR showcases expansion at Posidonia

Ekathimerini 09 Jun 2022
At the ongoing Posidonia 2022, Palau International Ship Registry (PISR) is focusing on the promotion of its new London office as the registry continues its international expansion drive in line with its strategy to convince more owners to fly ...
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Pacific seeks to ensure ‘wider commitment’ on oceans

Cook Islands News 09 Jun 2022
Spawning Kawaka (grouper) in Fiji. Photo. Paul McKenzie - 4FJ ... Collective Action for the Ocean" ... Marshalls 201 purse seiner, at right tied to a tuna transshipment carrier vessel, is one of several thousand ships globally that are registered in the Marshall Islands, which operates the world's third largest ship registry. Photo. Giff Johnson ... Photo.
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Jamaica: An international financial services centre in the making

Jamaica Observer 08 Jun 2022
“Additionally, we could develop an international ship registry within the concept of an international shipping centre — a ‘one-stop’ shop’ ... It would also build on and integrate achievements made by Jamaica’s shipping industry thus far in the areas of cruise shipping, container transhipment and production of quality seafarers,” Wehby stated ... .
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Technology Solution Provider PDMS Partners with GlobalSign for Advanced Electronic Signatures

Eagle-Tribune 07 Jun 2022
Top Certificate Authority enables PDMS' ship registry clients and international regulators to validate documents, signatures and organizational identity ... ship registries ... "With DSS, PDMS can now power ship registry clients to issue comprehensive digital certificates via MARIS.

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