ABS has been awarded the Non-Combatant Class Society contract by the Canadian Department of National Defence, to provide classification and certification services for the Royal Canadian Navy’s non-combatant vessel fleet.
China Classification Society and HNA Technology Logistics Group have launched an unmanned cargo ship development alliance in China. The collaboration aims to establish technology and regulatory standards and assess of the environmental impacts and the commercialization of unmanned vessels.
ABS unveiled its Global Ship Systems Center providing holistic systems engineering for enhanced technical applications and industry rules advancement and announced the formation of its Hellenic Technical Committee in Athens.
Great Lakes Towing Company chose ABS for compliance solutions with Subchapter M requirements as ABS recently informed that it signed a contract with the company in order support compliance with the United States Coast Guard Subchapter M regulations.
ABS announced that has been awarded a Third Party Organization contract by Blessey Marine Services, Inc., owner and operator of a fleet of inland towing vessels and tank barges, to support compliance with US Coast Guard Subchapter M requirements.
USCG and ABS Group entered into agreement which focus on the multiple domains associated with HSI including human factors engineering, manpower, personnel, performance support and training, system safety, habitability and personnel survivability for systems under development.
By working together, LR and ABS have provided fully up-to-date straightforward tools for the whole industry to use when applying CSR.
ABS has published Guidance Notes presenting a method for subsea pipeline route determination that combines risk assessment techniques with Geographic Information System (GIS) technology.
ABS has published its guide for enhanced cargo tank cleaning applicable for vessels intended to carry oil in bulk and vessels intended to carry chemical cargo in bulk.
ABS Nautical Systems (NS) is expanding its operations in Pune, India by more than 30% to keep pace with the substantial growth experienced in 2015. The move to a major IT park will better serve both the NS staff and customers and will allow NS to increase the pace of product development. As a part of this expansion, NS will be hiring staff in all positions including Development, Customer Service, QA and Consulting.
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