NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS

20 MAR 20
An update from RightShip: COVID-19

Due to the developing Coronavirus pandemic, we understand the uncertainty many of you may be facing. Our team continues to monitor and respond to the changes and we will provide updates with you in mind.

How we are looking after our staff

The health and safety of our employees and their families is a top priority. For this reason, many of us have now started working from home based on the local and individual risk factors. We are taking every effort to protect our staff while we deliver our risk, safety and sustainability solutions uninterrupted.

How we are looking after you

Given our modern tools and systems our online platform, vetting and sustainability / GHG services will continue to run smoothly. Until the situation stabilises, you won’t find us at any conference or shipping events as we have reduced all our travel and we won’t be meeting visitors at our offices. However, you can still reach us via our office phone numbers and we will be available for digital meetings.

Inspections

The health of all those involved in our inspections services is imperative and RightShip will investigate the feasibility of all inspection requests and respond accordingly. Our ability to undertake inspections may be reduced in accordance with local guidance, travel restrictions and best practice.

We will continue to monitor developments and if an inspection is not possible, RightShip will endeavour to provide an alternative course of action.

For more information, please contact dryinspections@rightship.com

We are here to help and will keep you informed as the situation develops. Should you have any questions please contact your local office.

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18 May 20

RightShip CEO Martin Crawford-Brunt on our customer engagement survey results

We have listened: why you’ll see some changes to our products and services at RightShip

We have listened: why you’ll see some changes to our products and services at RightShip

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11 May 20

RightShip appoints new Head of APAC in recognition of continued focus on key shipping region

Former Managing Director of Liberian Flag Registry, Sau Weng Tang, joins RightShip to spearhead regional engagement at pivotal time for shipping standards.

Former Managing Director of Liberian Flag Registry, Sau Weng Tang, joins RightShip to spearhead regional engagement at pivotal time for shipping standards.

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30 Apr 20

RightShip CEO Martin Crawford-Brunt provides a 2020 update

In this blog post, RightShip CEO Martin Crawford-Brunt discusses the challenges the maritime community is facing and the reasons why it’s launching a new digital platform, despite this unprecedented time of change. 

In this blog post, RightShip CEO Martin Crawford-Brunt discusses the challenges the maritime community is facing and the reasons why it’s launching a new digital platform, despite this unprecedented time of change. 

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23 Apr 20

Meet Human Rights at Sea founder David Hammond, our new charity partner

We talk to founder David Hammond to better understand the challenges and opportunities for enhancing the livelihood of all seafarers.

We talk to founder David Hammond to learn more about this important relationship and better understand the challenges and opportunities for enhancing the livelihood of all seafarers.

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8 Apr 20

RightShip becomes a key sponsor of Human Rights at Sea charity  

RightShip is the first commercial maritime organisation to formally collaborate with Human Rights at Sea...

RightShip is the first commercial maritime organisation to formally collaborate with Human Rights at Sea...

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7 Apr 20

RightShip and Human Rights at Sea join forces to help improve welfare for seafarers around the world

New partnership sees RightShip back Human Rights at Sea’s global mission to end human rights abuses committed around the world’s oceans. RightShip, the world’s leading maritime risk due diligence and environmental assessment organisation, and the independent civil society charity, Human Rights at Sea, have signed a new long-term partnership agreement to help improve seafarer welfare, the organisations have announced today.

New partnership sees RightShip back Human Rights at Sea’s global mission to end human rights abuses committed around the world’s oceans. RightShip, the world’s leading maritime risk due diligence and environmental assessment organisation, and the independent civil society charity, Human Rights at Sea, have signed a new long-term partnership agreement to help improve seafarer welfare, the organisations have announced today.

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