Author: Julian Berry

ISSA calls on IMO Member States to act over unfair port access practices

The International Shipsuppliers & Services Association (ISSA) has taken the issue of unfair port access practices levied against its members to the international stage by delivering a verbal intervention on the issue at the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Addressing delegates attending FAL43, ISSA Secretary Sean Moloney said association members continue to experience unwarranted delay, obstruction and unfair charges when they… Read more →

Flying to get to you!

The AMI Marine ‘Technical Flying Squad’ is a specially selected group of AMI Marine engineers, who respond to your emergencies, logistics issues and your time dependant service work. They will be mobilized within hours of receiving your call at AMI HQ in Southampton and consequently, will attend to your unique requirements. NEED SOMETHING NOW? AMI will conveniently arrange to get… Read more →

Survitec thinks beyond compliance with dedicated global cruise team

  Survitec has created a new dedicated Global Cruise division to support the rapidly developing requirements of global cruise operators. As a part of a multi-million-dollar investment, Survitec, the market leader in ship safety and survival solutions, has restructured its cruise business to provide a centralised, dedicated customer service, procurement, training and support hub. Survitec Global Cruise offers customised solutions… Read more →

Ship Shape IMO: Your Floor to Ceiling Offshore Cabin Equipment Suppliers

Experts in the field of Manufacturing Marine/Offshore Compliant Mattresses and Bedding, Ship Shape IMO have now taken this expertise and implemented it across other product ranges, expanding their range to cover all things marine/offshore cabin related. Did you know Curtains and Flooring also need to be compliant to legislations like mattresses? Not many ship operators and suppliers do, which is… Read more →