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Is the open ship registry system worth implementing?

B & FT Online 13 May 2022
Ghana per its operations in the maritime industry has favoured the closed ship registry system since the post-independence era ... The Ghana Maritime Authority, per its activities, is permitted to supervise the ships registry in accordance with Ghana’s flag-state obligations.

AISL: PPA's container monitoring project to cause delays and additional cost

The Manila Times 12 May 2022
AISL, which has a membership of 36 global container liners calling Philippine ports has criticized PPA's trusted operator program-container registry and monitoring system (TOP-CRMS) project, which will not only impact the shipping lines, truckers, or transportation providers, but also the customers.

Havila Resumes Service While Norway Rejects Sanction Exemption

The Maritime Executive 10 May 2022
The company had an agreement with GTLK and its subsidiaries to build four coastal cruise ships which it would be chartering and operating under the Norwegian registry ... “As the sanctions are set up, any insurance payment will not benefit the ship's registered owner.

Ukraine’s Zelenskiy tells Malta to clamp down on Russian dual-nationals

Metro USA 10 May 2022
... part of a lucrative citizenship scheme, and to prevent its ships from transporting Russian oil ... Malta has the EU’s largest ship registry and has been seeking a compromise with Brussels on proposals to ban the transportation of Russian oil on EU-flagged or controlled ships.

Privatizing A Strategic Asset Like Sci Makes Little Sense | Mint

Live Mint 09 May 2022
The latest delay in the privatization of India’s sole state-owned merchant shipping company, the Shipping Corporation of India (SCI), offers a chance for the Centre to rethink the privatization of this strategically critical national asset.&nbsp... Post sanctions, this has forced a record number of “flag switches" by Russian ships.

Ports Providing Financial Incentives for Green Vessels

The Maritime Executive 07 May 2022
Ports are increasingly taking steps to support the decarbonization of shipping ... In April, Singapore announced it would offer financial incentives to ships entering the Singapore flag registry or currently registered in Singapore that adopts IMO efficiency standards or green fuels.

Liberia: Liberia to Re-Join the International Organization for Marine Aids

All Africa 03 May 2022
... strides as the world second largest ships registry in the world.

2 party-list groups woo Filipino seafarers

The Manila Times 03 May 2022
... not only represent seafarers in Congress but the entire maritime industry; before its stint in Congress was cut short, it had pending bills on ship registry, harbor pilot, ratification of various IMO Conventions and shipbuilding, among other measures badly needed by the industry.

Equatorial Guinea Reports Crackdown on Fraudulent Ships

The Maritime Executive 29 Apr 2022
Equatorial Guinea will crackdown on ships that illegally use its flag government officials said in the wake of the loss earlier this month of a tanker off Tunisia ... Experts have frequently questioned the enforcement policies of many emerging countries that operate registries.

Panama and Japan ink agreement on seafarer cert recognition

Seatrade Maritime News 27 Apr 2022
... of education and certification for seafarers, as well as being the world’s second country in number of ships per shipowner. “The Panama Ship Registry is the registry of choice in Japan, for which we are grateful for the trust placed in us and we will continue strengthening it.

Singapore Offers Flag State Incentives for Ships Adopting Green Tech

The Maritime Executive 26 Apr 2022
Singapore has become the first of the major ship registries to announce significant financial incentives to encourage shipowners to accelerate decarbonization efforts that meet or exceed the emerging IMO standards ... The smaller Isle of Man Ship Registry (IOMSR) announced in ...

San Marino Ship Register announces new hire in technical team

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 26 Apr 2022
... of its international shipping registry to pleasure and commercial vessels.

Flag state’s role in decarbonising the shipping industry

LNG Industry 26 Apr 2022
Thomas Klenum and Dallas Smith, Liberian Registry, discuss how decarbonisation is affecting shipping, and how the Registry is collaborating with key stakeholders to help transform the maritime industry toward a zero-emission sustainable future ... .

Singapore sets tax incentives for greener ships

Splash24/7 25 Apr 2022
In a circular updating its Green Ship Programme (GSP), the MPA announced the discounts starting from May 1 until December 31, 2024 ... Already registered ships that comply will also get a 20% rebate on the ATT ... The Singapore Registry of Ships is the world’s fifth-largest ship registry, with a fleet of more than 4,400 vessels on its register.

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