Lloyd's Register

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Lloyd's Register

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1. (Commerce) a society formed in 1760 by a group of merchants operating at Lloyd's coffee house to draw up rules concerning the construction of merchant ships
2. (Nautical Terms) a society formed in 1760 by a group of merchants operating at Lloyd's coffee house to draw up rules concerning the construction of merchant ships
3. (Commerce) an annual publication giving details of all ships that have been built according to the various classifications established by this society
4. (Nautical Terms) an annual publication giving details of all ships that have been built according to the various classifications established by this society
5. (Journalism & Publishing) an annual publication giving details of all ships that have been built according to the various classifications established by this society
In full: Lloyd's Register of Shipping
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These systems are widely recognised and approved by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency UK, Lloyds Register of Shipping, the Ministry of Defence (Defcon 05-29/2) and most international classification societies.
Owned and managed by Delta Shipping Marine Services, Qatar and classed with Lloyds Register of Shipping, the vessel reportedly had 290 tonnes of fuel oil and 50 tonnes of diesel oil, the exact volume and location of which are being confirmed.
A seaman for 16 years before joining Lloyds Register of Shipping as a surveyor (Ship's Inspector), Adrian first came to live in the UAE in 1981, when posted to its Dubai office.
The enclosures are UL, CSA, GL, and Lloyds Register of Shipping approved.
He joined Lloyds Register of Shipping in the Midlands as an engineer and was transferred to Cardiff in 1962.
The Coral chairmanship will be a first toe in the waters of bookmaking for Baker-Bates, an accountant by profession and holder of a string of directorships that includes Lloyds Register of Shipping, Dexia Muni- cipal Bank plc and The Change Partnership Limited.
Jordan hopes that the agreement signed in July with the London-based Lloyds Register of Shipping will save Jordanian shippers tens of millions of dollars by allowing Lloyds to carry out cargo inspections of vessels bound for Jordan in the port of Aqaba itself, to ensure that the UN trade embargo against Iraq is being enforced.
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