USCG Updates Prohibited Cargo Carriers List

By Eric Haun
Wednesday, September 03, 2014

The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Port State Control (PSC) updated its list of vessels and ship management companies that are prohibited from carrying U.S. government impelled cargos.

Prohibited Vessels
AN HO
ANNE
ASSOS STRIKER
CHEMBULK TORTOLA
CORSO DREAM
ENERGY CHAMPION
ENERGY PIONEER
EVERBRIGHT
GRANN ST ANNE
HUMBOLDT BAY
IRON MAN
KM SYDNEY
LA FLECHA
MAMBO
MINOUCHE
MURCIA CARRIER
NAIYA
OCEAN TRADER
RIVER SPIRIT
RONDA CARRIER
SCHACKENBORG
SHINE HO
SICHEM NEW YORK
SPICA
STATEGIC SYNERGY
TAMA STAR
VALPARAISO I
VEGA LEA
VINNI
WAVE TRADER
YM ETERNTIY

Prohibited Companies
Americas Marine Management Services, Inc.
Bergshave Management AS
Caribbean Ship Services, Inc.
Corso Logistic Solutions Limited
Elicla Maritime Advisor & Broker Inc.
Enterprises Shipping & Trading S.A.
Fusion Holdings International S.A.
Held Bereederungs Gmbh & Co. KG
Heli Shipping, LLC
Jutha Maritime Public Co. Ltd.
Labris Co Ltd.
MTM Ship Management PTE
Norbulk Shipping UK, Ltd.
Nordana Line (Singapore) Inc.
Nordica Schifahrts GmbH & Co. KG
Northway Marine Corp.
Sea Trader International Co., Inc.
Seatrade Groningen B.V.
TA-HO Maritime Corporation
Trans-Mambo
V Ships (UK) Ltd.
Valencia Shipping Corp.
Vega-Reederi Freidrich Dauber Gmbh
Wavecrest Shipmanagement, Inc.
Yang Ming Marine Transport Corporation

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