KR authorized to provide statutory services to Brunei

Oct 29 2020


The Korean Register (KR) has been appointed to deliver statutory services on behalf of the Government of Brunei.

KR will act as a Recognized Organization (RO), with KR surveyors conducting vessel surveys and audits, issuing certificates for Brunei’s flagged ships and ensuring full compliance with the SOLAS, MARPOL, ITC, ILL, and MLC regulations and international conventions. 

 

Brunei is a country where the oil and gas industry accounts for 90% of the national economy, as a result, the shipping industry is well developed and focused on the transportation of these commodities.

 

KR has had a presence in Brunei since 2016, when it joined with a local partner in a joint venture to provide engineering services, third party inspection and certification services for oil and gas plants.

 

Hyung-chul Lee, Chairman and CEO, KR said: “This is an important achievement for KR, building on our solid reputation in the oil and gas sector.  We are delighted to be expanding our services to our customers in Brunei and look forward to providing immediate, high quality services wherever they are.

 

“Today, KR is known as one of the industry’s most reliable class partners, clearly demonstrated by the fact that we are now authorized to act as RO - conducting surveys, issuing certificates and ensuring compliance with international regulations – by 81 flag administrations all around the world.”

 



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