In this article James Wilkes, Managing Director, Gray Page discusses the problems that razor wire fitted for anti-piracy purposes can pose for vessel operations, and a possible solution using barriers made of high density polyurethane (HDPE) plastic material.
First published: North P&I Club, Signals Online. Read article.
London International Shipping Week is back, and we are delighted to be sponsoring the event for a second time.
LISW17 will feature over 140 industry functions and networking opportunities in London during the week of 11-15th September, attended by leaders across all sectors of the international shipping industry. The events will be held by international shipping and marine trade associations, UK Government and many other maritime organisations, with an estimated 15,000 industry leaders expected to attend the week, suggesting a global networking opportunity of the highest level.
The Gray Page team is looking forward to participating in a packed programme throughout the week and meeting up with new and existing clients and friends.
James Wilkes, Managing Director, Gray Page said, “London International Shipping Week gives everyone in the maritime sector the opportunity to network with existing and potential clients, as well as gain valuable insights into the latest industry happenings. As one of the sponsors, I am looking forward to attending many of the events taking place and seeing what 2017 has to offer.”
Our staff are acknowledged experts and available to comment on a wide variety of maritime issues, including: piracy, hijack for cargo theft, maritime fraud / crime prevention and recovery, asset protection, risk assessment and analysis.
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