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Lloyd’s Register to Collaborate with IDS International

Lloyd’s Register is pleased to announce its collaboration with Initiative Development Services International Ltd (IDS International), a maritime and corporate security specialist based in the UK. The alliance with IDS International will play a key role in Lloyd’s Register’s preparations for attaining recognized security organization (RSO) status under the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code included in the recently adopted amendments to the Safety of Life at Sea Convention (SOLAS). IDS International will help Lloyd’s Register meet the RSO criteria, boosting the organization’s maritime security service capability. Specifically, IDS International will help Lloyd’s Register to: develop its ability to assess likely security risks in the context of ship and port operations identify current security threats and patterns recognize and detect weapons, dangerous substances and devices recognize the characteristics and behavioral patterns of persons who are likely to threaten security provide knowledge on the techniques used to circumvent security measures and enhance knowledge of security and surveillance equipment and systems and their operational limitations. As an RSO, Lloyd’s Register will be responsible for verifying compliance with the ISPS Code; towards that end, it is currently training the 250 auditors who will provide the service and developing a client training services program.


Intergraph, LR to Team on Ship Interface

Intergraph Corporation reached an agreement with Lloyd's Register to build an interface between Intergraph's IntelliShip multi-discipline ship design software, and the Lloyd's Register assessment applications, RulesCalc and ShipRight SDA. The interface will result in significantly greater efficiencies in the classification process for Lloyd's Register classed ships. IntelliShip coupled with this new interface will improve the overall ship design, certification


Lloyd’s Register and Teekay Enter New Agreement

Lloyd’s Register has entered into an agreement with Teekay Shipping Corporation to class 11 of its Aframax tankers. In addition, Teekay has chosen Lloyd’s Register to class two of its Aframax newbuildings to be built at Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co. Ltd in South Korea. These vessels are scheduled for delivery in 2004. Commenting on this new agreement, Alan Gavin, Marine Director at Lloyd’s Register said: “After a short absence


LR to Class Double-Acting Shuttle Tankers

A pair of 70,000 dwt double-acting ice-class shuttle tankers ordered at Admiralty Shipyards in St Petersburg for year-round service between the Pechora Sea and Murmansk are to be dually classed by Lloyd’s Register and Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RS). Sevmorneftegaz (wholly owned by Gazprom), Sovcomflot and Admiralty Shipyards have signed a trilateral contract for the building of the two Arctic shuttle tankers


Lloyd's Register's King to Retire

Lloyd’s Register announces the retirement of J. Rod King, Global Floating Offshore Installation (FOI) Business Manager. Mr. King has elected to take early retirement in mid-September 2007 to address family health issues. Lloyd’s Register North America FOI and Classification Manager, Keith Charles, will assume some of King’s previous activities until King’s replacement is named. Lloyd’s Register continues to expand its Houston operations base to address the FOI classification and


Lloyd's Register New Regional HQ, Houston

Lloyd’s Register Americas, Inc. has moved its Houston-area operations to a new regional headquarters to capitalise on the growing opportunities arising from the new regulatory regime in the Gulf, a thriving merchant marine business and concerns about global warming.   The move, which has consolidated five separate businesses under one roof, responded to greater market demand for integrated technical solutions in the increasingly interdependent and complex marine and energy sectors


Lloyd’s Register Wins Safety Award

Lloyd’s Register has won an award from BP for achieving a two-year safety record on its BP Independent Inspection Authority contract (BP IIA). Gael Lewis, Lloyd’s Register’s Director of Energy & Transportation received the award from Scott Urban, Group Vice President of BP's North Sea operations, at a regular UK safety forum involving the senior management of all BP's contractors. Gary Cruden, Lloyd’s Register’s BP Project Manager said: “The award reflects a lot of hard work by all involved


Lloyd’s Register Capstone Acquires Celerity3 Engineering

Lloyd’s Register Capstone, Inc. has concluded the acquisition of Celerity3 Engineering, Inc., an engineering firm based in .  Celerity3 specializes in design, process, and safety solutions and has delivered practical solutions to challenging engineering problems for more than four years. Celerity3's activities will support the development of an improved range of energy services from Lloyd's Register to clients that operate in-service assets in the oil, gas


Lloyd's Register acquires WEST Engineering Services

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Lloyd's Register acquires WEST Engineering Services to become the top independent provider of technical services to the offshore drilling sector.     Acquisition of WEST, subsea systems specialists, builds support for exploration and production activities. Lloyd’s Register has acquired Houston-based WEST Engineering Services in a move that secures the Group's position as the premier independent risk-management organisation supporting the global offshore drilling industry


Offshore Wind Rules Set New Standard

Lloyd’s Register releases new Rules, Class Notation and Guidance Notes for ‘Wind Turbine Installation and Maintenance Vessels and Liftboats’ to reflect industry best practice and new novel designs. The new Rules form part of the wider Mobile Offshore Unit Rule set 2013 launched by Lloyd’s Register in June, and is for vessels engaged in installation and/or maintenance activities relating to offshore wind turbines


Hapag-Lloyd Continues on Path for Profits

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Merger with CSAV is expected to deliver $100 million higher synergies than targeted, strong operating results, significant increases in transport volume and revenue driven by the merger   Container shipper Hapag-Lloyd said it has increased transport volumes and revenue as well as earnings


Hapag-Lloyd Swings to Profit in H1 2015

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 German container carrier Hapag-Lloyd is starting to see the commercial benefits of its integration with the container shipping arm of Compañía Sud Americana de Vapores (CSAV), which is now expected to deliver larger synergies than initially anticipated.  


Tankers to Require Stability Instruments Starting 2016

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Lloyd's Register informs that new stability instrument requirements will apply to all tankers constructed (keel laid) on or after January 1, 2016. These ships will be required to fit an approved stability instrument, capable of verifying compliance with intact and damage stability requirements.


That’s Not Coming on Board!

Hapag-Lloyd for example refuses to transport turtles on board the ships (Photo: Hapag-Lloyd)

There’s hardly anything that can’t be shipped in a container. However, for ethical reasons, Hapag-Lloyd refuses to transport certain goods.   Anyone who regularly transports goods for third parties, as a shipping company does


Wartsila Tunnel Thruster Gets LR Approval

Wartsila has successfully passed the final step of the Lloyds Register (LRS) classification societys Type Approval process to obtain an LR Type Approval Certificate for the Wartsila WTT11 tunnel thruster. Having Type Appr

  Wartsila has successfully passed the final step of the Lloyd's Register (LRS) classification society's Type Approval process to obtain an LR Type Approval Certificate for the Wartsila WTT11 tunnel thruster. Having Type Approval means that the thruster will not have to undergo a design


Hapag-Lloyd's New Noses Lower Emissions

Bulbous bow of the Hapag-Lloyd training ship Chicago Express (Photo: Hapag-Lloyd)

Hamburg based shipping company Hapag-Lloyd plans for 24 of the largest containerships in its fleet to get new bulbous bows by 2016, with some of the vessels also pegged to be fitted with optimized propellers, ultimately enabling lower fuel consumption coupled with fewer emissions.  


Academies of IRS, Lloyd's Maritime, IBC Sign MOU

C. Sriramamurthy, COO, IRS

  IRClass Academy of the Indian Register of Shipping (IRS) signed a Memorandum of Understanding last month with Lloyd’s Maritime Academy (LMA) and IBC Academy (IBCA) that are part of Informa PLC in the UK. The objective of this collaboration is to deliver customised training solutions


Hapag-Lloyd Names IPO Banks

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German container shipping group Hapag-Lloyd is speeding up preparations for an initial public offering and has mandated Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and Berenberg to lead the transaction, two people familiar with the matter said. Dow Jones earlier reported that an IPO could value the group at


Hapag Lloyd IPO Valued at Over $5.5 Bln

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 A flotation of a minority stake could value the world's fourth-largest shipping group German-Chilean Hapag-Lloyd AG at more than 5 billion euros ($5.5 billion) and could take place as early as autumn.   Hapag-Lloyd AG has already mandated investment banks Deutsche Bank AG


Hapag-Lloyd Implements UV Ballast Water Treatment

The GEA BallastMaster ultraV treats ballast water by means of filtration and UV-C radiation (Image: GEA)

German shipping company Hapag-Lloyd relies on chemical-free UV ballast water treatment from GEA for fitting its containership fleet. In April 2015, the BallastMaster ultraV 500 was technically accepted on board Panamax containership London Express (shipboard acceptance approval).  


LR, Penn Oak Energy Partner for LNG Retrofit Service

Lloyd’s Register North America, Inc. (LR) has teamed with Penn Oak Energy Corp to help companies raise capital and mitigate the technical risks associated with retrofitting ships fuelled by liquid natural gas (LNG), by providing a one-stop-shop solution to the industry.


Hapag-Lloyd Names Haeser Next CCO

Thorsten Haeser (Photo: Hapag-Lloyd)

Container shipping line Hapag-Lloyd AG’s supervisory board has appointed Thorsten Haeser as a new executive board member in charge of Hapag-Lloyd’s global sales activities as chief commercial officer (CCO). Haeser, a law graduate, is currently managing director of Versatel GmbH


Hapag-Lloyd Adds Halmstad to Rotation

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As one of the top global carriers Hapag-Lloyd offers a comprehensive service network and will add port of Halmstad, Sweden to the Nordic Short Sea Network. As of September Hapag-Lloyd will offer a weekly call in Halmstad, Sweden. With the existing Sweden Denmark Express Service (SDX)


As the Reefer Market Grows, Hapag-Lloyd Invests Record Volumes

Largest reefer order in Hapag-Lloyd’s history spurred by growth opportunities in the South American trade lanes Hapag-Lloyd is investing a double-digit million amount in its container fleet and has ordered 6,000 (12,000 TEU) of the latest generation of reefer containers


Hapag-Lloyd IPO Sooner than Planned

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 German ocean carrier Hapag-Lloyd aims to launch preparations for an initial public offering (IPO) in September, which is sooner than it originally planned, as a result of strong financial results, says Reuters.   Hapag-Lloyd’s solid second quarter financial performance






 
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