The Flag States of Panama and Liberia join together to strongly support IMO Circular Letter No.4204/Add.14 for the “Recommended Framework of Protocols Ensuring Safe Ship Crew Changes and Travel During the COVID-19 Pandemic”.
The Liberian Registry continues its efforts toward the recognition of seafarers as “key workers” and for much needed crew-exchange to be allowed at key ports globally during the global COVID-19 pandemic, and is looking to enlist the help of other flag States in this mission.
The Liberian Registry has developed and released a dynamic Detention Prevention Programme, which is an automated PSC risk assessment system that focuses on preparedness before Liberian vessels enter into port.
Liberian Registry has announced its latest proactive and industry-leading measures with regards to implementing temporary vessel registration and mortgage recording procedures, and in doing its utmost to stay ahead of the disruptions brought about by the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Liberian Registry has announced its Expedited Registration Process, or ERP, effective as of 01 January 2020, in an effort to further streamline the registration and re-registration of vessels in the Liberian Registry.
Liberia has become the first ship registry to be admitted to the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) as an associate member.
Liberia, the fastest growing major open registry in both shipping and offshore, has established its Offshore and Gas Technology Department, renewing the registry’s focus in these sectors.
The People’s Republic of China (PRC) and the Republic of Liberia renewed their historic maritime agreement for an additional five years.
Liberia continues to deploy significant improvements to its state-of-the-art web-based client interface system, WayPoint, by enhancing certificate security features, introducing a QR Code symbol for electronic certificates.