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MARSIG has sucessfully passed the Bureau Veritas (BV) Service Supplier survey to conduct HazMat checks onboard ships and to prepare Inventories of Hazardous Materials.
MARSIG has sucessfully passed the Korean Register (KR) Service Supplier survey to conduct HazMat checks onboard ships and to prepare Inventories of Hazardous Materials.
MARSIG has successfully supported the certification of SeaTerra GmbH Hamburg and SeaTerra GmbH Wandlitz according to DIN EN ISO 9001 : 2015
MARSIG has started the supporting of the Hamburgische Schiffbau-Versuchsanstalt GmbH for certification according to DIN EN ISO 9001 : 2015.
MARSIG has successfully supported the certification of MarConsult Schiffahrt (GmbH & Co.) KG vessels according to the International Code for Ships Operating in Polar Waters (Polar Code) by on board assessment and preparing of the Polar Water Operational Manual.
MARSIG is now the official occupational health and safety practitioner (SiFa) for the Metallbau Wunderow GmbH.
MARSIG has sucessfully passed the RINA Service Supplier survey to conduct HazMat checks onboard ships and to prepare Inventories of Hazardous Materials.
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MARSIG can announce that the company has been approved by Lloyds Register EMEA as Service Supplier for visual/sampling checks and preparation of Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM). With this MARSIG is certified to qualify shipping companies for compliance with the EU Ship Recycling Regulation and the Hong Kong Convention respectively.
The Founder Association (Stifterverband) for German Science paid tribute to MARSIG's longstanding work in the area of research and development and has awarded the Seal of Quality. The Stifterverband is a joint initiative started by companies and foundations – the only one in Germany to be devoted entirely to consulting, networking and promoting improvements in the fields of education, science and innovation.
Once more Owners and Operators are asked to monitor CO2 emissions of their ships with 5000 GT and more as required by MEPC.278(70). Within this context we offer a SEEMP revision and extension respectively. The SEEMP developed by MARSIG passed successfully the approval process.
In addition we also developed already approved MRV-Plans for several ship operators. So, we can offer combined service for both regulations, recommended by IMO and the European Union, in order to reduce administrative burdens for our customers and ship's staff.
So, operators can take effort of our combined service with approved plans and we are also able to offer our combined DCS-MRV-Monitoring Tool.
Owners and Operators of vessels in US trade should observe that USCG will retire the "Notice of Arrival / Departure (NOAD) Schema 3.4" end of April. From that time only submissions supporting the NOAD Schema 3.5 will be processed. Further USCG will no longer accept submissions emailed to email@example.com. The correct address reads firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more details refer to USCG National Vessel Movement Center News.
The results of the successfully finalized R&D project SIREVA and the further developments of the people positioning solution were presented during the “International Symposium on Maritime Safety and Security Applications” in Bremen on 13 June. Managing Director Dr. Dirk Dreissig had a speech regarding the outcomes of the project and the next steps to the market.
For interested parties and further development in People Positioning applications refer to our Solutions Page.