The Liberian Registry – the second largest in the world – includes more than 4,160 vessels.
World's largest QUALITY registry
Ships of more than 150 million gross tons
of the world's oceangoing fleet
Liberian Registry & Verfavia Shipping's new agreement will allow all Liberian-flagged vessels to
We are proud to announce that the Liberian Registry, along with its partner, Prevention at Sea Ltd., were select
The Liberian Registry has passed the historic milestone of 150 million gross tons, confirming i
We're excited to announce that the Liberian Registry has been shortlisted for the GREEN4SEA Initiative Award for
Updates from the World’s Leading Ship Registry
View a list of upcoming events in the maritime industry.
Asian Offshore Support Journal Conference is the region’s largest and most influential event focused on the offshore support industry. It is the must-attend annual get-together for shipowners, shipbuilders, charterers and suppliers. This year, its focus will be on the prospects for a market recovery, the financial outlook, industry restructuring, vessel reactivation, improving efficiency to reduce costs and ensuring that crew remain ready for the next uptake in demand.
TradeWinds invites you to join the Shipowners Forum Singapore taking place on 25 September 2017 at the JW Marriott South Beach Singapore. Based on the successful Shipowners Forum in Athens and further developed in Hong Kong and Dubai, the event comprises a series of lively discussion panels and high-level networking social functions. The value of participation is greatly enhanced through the use of Slido.com – interactive software on your phone enabling you to post questions and comments to the moderator in real time, in your own name or anonymously. Attendance for shipowners is by invitation with a strictly limited number of places for non-shipowning companies. If you would like to reserve one of these places please contact email@example.com without delay.
The Future-Ready Shipping Conference 2017 – the joint Singapore-IMO International Conference on Maritime Technology Transfer and Capacity-Building. The Conference is structured into four main sessions. It will identify priority areas for international action on maritime technology cooperation and capacity building and encourage an exchange of best practices and ideas in technology transfer. It will showcase existing technology collaborations among various stakeholders and provide a platform for ship owners, port authorities and terminal operators to present and share their sustainability stories.