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Compliance Guardians

The Maritime Executive 18 Sep 2021
"The core function of a ship registry is to ensure compliance with national and international regulations and conventions applicable to ships registered in their country,” explains Nick Sansom, Chief Business Development Officer of the Bermuda Shipping and Maritime Authority ... Ship Register (UKSR), part of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency.
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Sea Asia 2021 to catalyse opportunities in maritime transformation

Seatrade Maritime News 17 Sep 2021
“Over the past 18 months, the maritime industry has continued to deliver essential goods across the globe in the midst of a pandemic ... Mr Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, Chief Executive Officer, DNV Maritime, who is chairing the panel on “Transitioning to Zero Emission Fuels” commented. “Decarbonisation is the challenge of a lifetime.
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UAE AI company Group 42 looking to invest in Indonesia

The Jakarta Post 17 Sep 2021
... at investment opportunities in Indonesia in healthcare services and advanced technology, according to the Office of the Coordinating Investment and Maritime Affairs Minister.
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Last two ships of Eisenhower strike group home — at last

Stars and Stripes 17 Sep 2021
NORFOLK, Va ...It’s been a long time coming,” said Petty Officer First Class Robert Hurley, after getting a T-Rex hug and a kiss after his wife, Jerilynn, pulled off the top of the costume. “This was completely unplanned,” she said ... (Joshua D ... Navy) ... Joseph Baggett, the Monterey’s commanding officer ... “That’s distributed maritime operations,” Baggett said.
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Africa's Maritime Cyber Security Progress After the Transnet Attack

The Maritime Executive 16 Sep 2021
On Thursday, the Institute for Security Studies (ISS) brought cybersecurity professionals together in a webinar to discuss Africa’s maritime security preparedness ... ISS research officer Denys Reva noted that Africa has capacity to deal with maritime cyber threats, but lacks the coordination.
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At least 16 PCG officers complete training course for maritime instructors

Manila Bulletin 16 Sep 2021
At least 16 officers and personnel of the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) Education, Training, and Doctrine Command have completed series of training for the International Maritime Organization (IMO) model course. At least 16 officers and personnel of the PhilippineCoast Guard (PCG) ...
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Summit seeks creation of Nigerian maritime cluster

Business Day Online 15 Sep 2021
The forthcoming Nigeria International Maritime Summit set to hold in October this year is expected to make way for the creation of a cluster for Nigerian Maritime Services, said Emeka Akabogu, chief executive officer, Nigeria International Maritime Summit ... Nigeria, Korea collaborates on maritime security.
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DFA receives PH flag used by Filipino oceanographer in historic Emdem Deep expedition

Manila Bulletin 15 Sep 2021
hold the Philippine flag that reached the Emdem Deep during the turnover rites at the DFA office in Pasay City on Tuesday, Sept ... The activity was fully coordinated with the DFA-Maritime and Ocean Affairs Office (MOAO) and was considered a non-Marine Scientific Research (MSR) activity.
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Britain calls for net zero global shipping emissions by 2050

The National 13 Sep 2021
These initiatives follow commitments outlined in Britain’s Transport decarbonisation plan, which explored the establishment of a UK Shipping Office for Reducing Emissions, a dedicated unit within the Department for Transport focused on decarbonising the maritime sector.
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UK Calls for Net Zero Carbon Emissions in International Shipping by 2050 - Government

Urdu Point 13 Sep 2021
"As a maritime nation with a ... Shapps launched the ambitious global target, which would need to be agreed through the International Maritime Organization, ahead of the London International Shipping Week starting later in the day with a ministerial roundtable at the Foreign Office.
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Maritime Boss Applauds Liberia's Permanent Mission to IMO

All Africa 13 Sep 2021
For his professional and responsible representation of Liberia, the ...
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That Lloyds of London apology

The Patriotic Vanguard 13 Sep 2021
Thus by 1904, all four of the Fire insurance offices in Sierra Leone were British owned and operated. Lloyds of London brokerage office in Freetown established in 1820.. Having underwritten mainly maritime ... 30, Sierra Leone was recorded to have the following insurance offices.
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Crew change crisis: More IMO member states need to act

Seatrade Maritime News 13 Sep 2021
But when the number of Covid-19 positive cases onboard these floating armouries rose significantly, GAC Sri Lanka invested in a villa complex as an accommodation solution for private maritime security companies and law enforcement officers.

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