Regs4ships Launch Australian Digital Product

Posted by Michelle Howard
Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Regs4ships announced the launch of its 18th flag to Digital Maritime Regulations (DMR) product.

From February 18, 2014 Regs4ships will be able to offer an Australian regulations product that contains all relevant flag state documentation along with digital copies of SOLAS, MARPOL and STCW, ILO Conventions and EU legislation.

This new product will enable customers to have access to Australian Maritime Acts, Legislative Instruments, Marine Orders, Marine Notices, Forms, Guidance Notices and Fact Sheets (for more information please refer to the product specification). Customers will also have the option to subscribe to additional IMO and International Regulatory Guidance, Codes and Conventions including the IMDG Code.

Regs4ships already supplies flag state regulations to the largest ship owners and managers globally, and it has successfully targeted fleets flagged to 17 of the world’s most popular flag states and we are expecting to have as much success with our new Australian Digital product.

DMR is recognized by flag states and the IMO as being digitally equivalent for the carriage of nautical publication requirements.

DMR is a digital solution to enable those within the maritime industry to keep up to date with regulations and other relevant nautical publications. DMR is available as a fully up to date online database. It is also regularly despatched in DVD format to keep your ships compliant with flag state carriage of nautical publications requirements.


 

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