GMCG STRENGTHENS ONGOING RELATIONSHIP WITH BARBADOS
Global Maritime Consultants Group (GMCG) has continued its growth in 2022 with the announcement of its appointment as regional national partner for the Barbados Maritime Ship Registry (BMSR).
This follows a realignment at the ship registry and GMCG will be using the skills and knowledge of its Indian and East African networks to offer ship owners the BMSR services and will continue to develop the registry’s growth and profile.
The Barbados Maritime Ship Registry is on the Paris MoU White List and accredited to ISO:9001 with a growing maritime reputation as a provider of inspections and assured ship registration services. BMSR has been a member of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) since 1971 and has a comprehensive network of Appointed Nautical Inspectors across the world’s major maritime locations.
GMCG is now a Regional Registrar (RR) for BMSR and this follows a long association with the registry. GMCG is ideally placed to represent the flag because of its reputation as an independent maritime consultancy providing expert technical, legal, training and management consultancy to the shipping and offshore sectors.
Nandlal Aher, Managing Director of GMCG for the India and East Africa regions, sees this strengthening of relationships with the registry as a major step forward for both GMCG and BMSR working together.
“We are delighted that Barbados Maritime Shipping Registry has extended our co-operation to represent them as a key regional registrar partner. We offer the best shipping consultation services together with our engineering and technical expertise in the market and our continuing association with BMSR will enable us to carry on offering ship owners, flags with knowledge, experience and integrity. We know from our experience of working with BMSR that they attach the same importance to high standards and quality services as we do at GMCG. Barbados is an important flag for this region, and we welcome the opportunity to extend our partnership with BMSR.”