The UK Ship Register (UKSR), renowned as a world class flag bearer for maritime safety and innovation, is supporting this year’s prestigious Lloyds List Greek Shipping Awards for the first time.
Recognising excellence in the Greek shipping community, this year’s event takes place on 4 December and it will be online for the first time in its 16 years’ history.
“Going live in 3 … 2 ... 1...” It might have been impossible to hold an event in person to mark the opening of the UK Ship Register office in Greece but there was no stopping the enthusiasm for the online webinar.
Maritime experts from across the Red Ensign Group will be gathering today (18 Nov) and tomorrow to discuss technical regulation and how it affects the work of the British Shipping Registers.
Few would deny that 2020’s COVID-19 pandemic hit hard and fast. And for thousands of cruise ship travellers, crew members and the shipping industry which delivers 90% of the world’s vital food and goods, the dangers were real and immediate. Just how did the UK respond to the exceptional humanitarian challenges to cement its position as a world class flag bearer for maritime safety?
The UK Ship Register (UKSR), has received a new boost to its collection of industry accolades for 2020, by receiving a ‘highly commended’ in the BCS Chartered Institute for IT Awards, presented to organisations and to project teams who have achieved exceptional results.
The UK Ship Register (UKSR) - part of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) is one of the best performing flags in the major Port State Control regimes. It has a reputation for maintaining the highest international standards.
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