Richard de Vries appointed LR’s Area Manager for SAMEA.
A key leadership role for highly valued member of South Asia team.
Can more be done to ensure the safe carriage of vehicles onboard ships
A number of recent fires on car carriers point to emerging risks surrounding the carriage of electric vehicles. A recent Safetytech Accelerator webinar discussed the potential fire risks of transporting these vehicles.
Why it’s time to act on SEEMP Part III
Compliance with SEEMP Part III involves more than laying down a concrete plan for cutting carbon emissions, as shipowners must also consider impacts on capital and operating expenditure.
The role of technology in improving seafarer safety and wellbeing.
During a virtual conference held by Safety4Sea for Crew Welfare Week, Safetytech Accelerator’s commercial director Gabriele Dado and other industry panelists discussed how shipping companies were exploring options for improving seafarers’ wellbeing.
A conversation on the future of industrial safety
Safetytech Accelerator webinar highlights how early adopters of new technologies such as Anglo Eastern Ship Management are using various types of simulators to train seafarers.
LR appoints new Chief Technology and Innovation Officer.
Lloyd’s Register has appointed Chakib Abi-Saab to its newly created role of Chief Technology and Innovation Officer.
Safetytech Accelerator present ‘working at height’ technology showcase
Safetytech Accelerator recently hosted a technology showcase, in collaboration with the National Safety Council as part of its Work to Zero initiative, to highlight cutting edge technologies in this area.
Danelec and i4 Insight join forces.
Leaders in data collection and data analysis team up to make AI technology and vessel performance insights more accessible to shipping sector.
Lloyd’s Register acquires OneOcean in maritime growth strategy drive
Maritime voyage solutions provider to expand LR’s digital fleet management and optimisation capability.
LR and Blue Sea Power sign energy transition project
The Pre-FEED/AIP contract signed at Posidonia 2022 focuses on floating integrated energy solutions for three non-interconnected (NIIs) Greek islands - Kos, Lesvos and Chios.