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December 11, 2012

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The International Association of Classification Societies has reopened own center of Brussels

Event with the participation of 80 representatives of the marine community of the European Union

The International Association of Classification Societies (IACS) has reopened own center of Brussels with the event from title “IACS - To promote the total cooperation for a sure and ecological transport”, held last week, to which 80 representatives of the marine community of the European Union have participated, between which Laure Chapuis, member of the Cabinet of the vice president of the EU commission, Siim Kallas, responsible for the transports, exponents of head offices DG MOVES, DG CLIMATE, DG ENTR, DG SEA and DG Research let alone of the European Agency for marine safety (EMSA), representatives of the Member States and i summits of the main marine associations like the European Community Shipowners' Associations (ECSA), SEA Europe (Ships & Maritime Equipment Association) and the Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF).

“We - the president of the IACS, Tom Boardley has declared in its speech of welcome, in charge of the division Marine of the Lloyd's Register - share many objectives regarding the continuous improvement of marine safety and to the environmental performances of the ships. IACS and the associate societies of classification incessantly work with all the parts interested to this challenge, to the aim to maintain to the role of the marine transport which main world-wide field of the transport goods in a guided sustainable context from the innovative solutions”.



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