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U.S. Vessels sanctions risk information now available in’s vessel safety risk rating reports.

With heightened geopolitical tensions, brought to international media attention by the detention of the Iranian VLCC Grace 1 by the Gibraltar government. Marinerating,com’s new ‘Vessel Sanctions Risk Data’ field is now available for charterers, terminals and related shipping sectors.

Download your copy of's press release for more information:

Vessel sanctions information on marinerating.pdf

Dry & Liquid Bulk Vessel Safety Risk Ratings.

Predictive shipping safety analytics can help reduce your business prevent cargo or chartering risk!

In any vessel safety risk process for companies there is a ‘strain’ between the desire for increased or better information, and the practicality of collecting the information. Most small-to-medium sized…

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Dry & Liquid Bulk Vessel Safety Risk Ratings

Link between a tankers age, PSC deficiencies and risk of detention.

Vessel safety statistics for February 2019 compiled by the International Risk Rating Agency expose the link between a vessel’s age, deficiencies and the risk of detention.

Download your copy of IMRRA’s Port State Control Deficiencies February 2019 commentary:
Link between a tankers age, PSC deficiencies and risk of detention.

White papers available from IMRRA:

IMRRA’s white paper as published in Tanker Shipping & Trades special supplement:
Why polar code operations need a second line of defence

Tanker Shipping & Trades ‘Decoding the Polar Code’:
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