10 May 2017
Dromon Bureau of Shipping (DBS) has signed an agreement with Interorient Shipmanagement for verification services under Regulation (EU) 2015/757 on the monitoring, reporting and verification of carbon dioxide emissions from maritime transport (known as the EU MRV Regulation).
DBS will act as the Verification Body of Interorient Shipmanagement and will assess the monitoring plans as well as verify the annual emissions reports of the Company’ complete fleet.
Interorient Shipmanagement has developed in an early stage the monitoring plans for its complete fleet by updating existing management system procedures that combine environmental, health and safety and quality standards.
About Interorient Shipmanagement
Interorient Shipmanagement was founded in 1979 and today prides itself as being one of the leaders in quality ship management in the shipping industry with a long and successful history. The company’s infrastructure of ship management and manning agencies worldwide maintains the highest degree of operational and safety integrity over a managed fleet of more than 100 vessels with over 3,000 employees onboard and ashore. The company places great emphasis on its employees, its human capital, and enjoys a high degree of employee retention and loyalty both in its branch offices and amongst its seafarers.
Interorient management experience includes technical, crew and commercial management of various types of vessels, including crude and product tankers, bulkers of all sizes, container vessels, general cargo and offshore support and supply boats. The company also provides a full range of newbuilding services from initial design to final delivery of vessel.
Interorient Shipmanagement is an active member of all the primary industry trade associations. Through this active membership the company is able to be proactive in respect to regulatory developments resulting in cost effective compliance for ship owners.
For further information about Interorient Shipmanagement visit: http://interorientshipmanagement.com/
About Dromon Bureau of Shipping (DBS)
Dromon Bureau of Shipping (DBS) is an independent International Classification Society and Verification Body dedicated to provide classification, statutory certification and greenhouse gas validation and verification services to ships and other marine structures, with the objective of protecting the environment and life at sea.
DBS activities consist of the application of Classification Rules and Regulations for the design, construction and operational maintenance of ships as well as marine related structures and the subsequent verification of these Standards. As an accredited Verification Body DBS provides services relating to EU MRV Regulation.
DBS is accredited by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) under the ISO 14065 and can provide worldwide services associated to EU MRV Regulation. DBS can offer services relating to the assessment of monitoring plans, verification of the emissions reports and issue the require Document of Compliance (DoC) to each ship. DBS worldwide presence can support on time compliance with the EU MRV Regulation.