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Greek-controlled Ships in Liberian Registry Total 61 Vessels

first_imgATHENS: Figures released by the Greece Shipping Cooperation Committee (GSCC) show that Liberia has further strengthened its position as the undisputed leading open registry of choice for Greece ship owners and operators.The GSCC statistics show that, in the year to end-March 2015, the number of Greek-controlled ships in the Liberian Registry increased by a net total of 61 vessels, more than any other registry in the world. In the process, the Liberian Registry moved closer to the Greek flag, which recorded a net total of 20 new registrations in the 12-month period.The GSCC figures show a total of 739 Greek-controlled ships, aggregating 54.03m deadweight terms (dwt), registered with Liberia, compared to 678 vessels of 49.05m dwt at end-March 2014. Eighteen per cent of Greek-controlled ships are now registered under the Liberian flag. This is an increase on the corresponding figure for the previous year and positions Liberia second only to the Greek national flag in this respect.Almost 16 per cent of the world fleet in deadweight terms is now controlled by Greek interests, and the average age of that fleet is 2.5 years below the world average. The total amount of Greek-controlled ships in the world fleet is now at its highest level since 2008 / 2009, and the fact that Liberia has played such a leading role in this quality growth is testament to the mutual trust and respect which exists between the Greek ship owning community and the Liberian Registry.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Bahamas Govt to pay for residents new notable water supply

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, July 7th 2017 – Nassau – Minister for Grand Bahama in the Office of the Prime Minister, Kwasi Thompson has announced that the Government will assist residents in getting access to water. Thompson said the government would be paying the required deposit for residents in both East and West Grand Bahama, which will allow them to access the newly installed notable water supply.These deposits represent the initial $150 deposits required by the Grand Bahama Utility Company in order for customers to get connected. Once this is provided to residents who qualify, all that is left is for the applicant to make arrangements with the Grand Bahama Utility Company to pay the balance over time.Thompson said, “After discussions with the Members of Parliament, Deputy Prime Minister, the Hon. Peter Turnquest and Parliamentary Secretary, Pakesia Parker Edgecombe, the Government of The Bahamas agreed to further assist residents who qualify, particularly senior citizens and Indigents and those with low income. ” He added, that the assistance will aid approximately 100 persons.The Grand Bahama Utility Company has also reduced their service connection fees from $680 to $418.75, inclusive of the $150 deposit fee.The Potable Water Project is currently in its second phase in East Grand Bahamas and is expected to be completed within 90-120 days.Story By: Kay-Marie Fletcher#MagneticMediaNews New cruise ship new border policy coming for grand Bahama Bahamas Govt bids to buy Lucayan Strip resorts, PM Minnis tours site Grand Bahama is future Caribbean silicon valley, Govt tells Diplomats Related Items:#magneticmedianews, grandbahama, waterlast_img read more

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