Tailoring brand protection for the food and drink sector
Our customised assurance services are non-accredited, brand protection programmes and assessment schemes to provide a holistic and integrated approach to the assurance requirements of the organisation.
Real-time assurance and predictive insight from LR Assist
Many challenges are facing the food supply chain including food fraud and emerging pathogens. At Lloyd’s Register, we recognise that digitalisation can support this key area – from individual farmers to global food brands.
Welding in harmony
Five years after it was issued, Europe's prevailing standard for qualifying welders for steels has now been 'harmonised" with the Pressure Equipment Directive (2014/68/EU).
ASC certification from LR adds value to aquaculture suppliers
Seafood assurance has a major role to play; the benefits of sustainable fisheries and fish farming and the need to mitigate the environmental impacts of fishing and aquaculture are increasingly in the public consciousness.
Zero-Emission Vessels 2030. How do we get there?
LR and UMAS have released a new study that aims to demonstrate the viability of zero emission vessels.
Disruptive technology; why it matters
With the population set to reach 8.5bn by 2030, food organisations worldwide are exploring new technologies and methods to ensure safe and sustainable supply chains.
The clock is ticking; transitioning to ISO 14001:2015
The September 2018 deadline for organisations to transition to the revised international environmental management system [EMS] standard ISO 14001:2015 is fast approaching.
Five ways nanotechnology is securing your future
The past 70 years have seen the way we live and work transformed by two tiny inventions. The electronic transistor and the microchip are what make all modern electronics possible, and since their development in the 1940s they’ve been getting smaller.
Pressure vessels onboard HMS Queen Elizabeth keeping it British
Numerous small companies undertook essential work as part of the construction of the largest warship to be built in Britain, the 65,000-tonne aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, built to Lloyd’s Register naval class.
The CLEANSHIP project - ultrasonic technology to manage fouling.
The cleaning of hull or other underwater parts of superyachts can be a lengthy process. Why the hull cleaning is required is due to a challenge shared between yachts, commercial ships and other marine businesses: fouling.