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Classification societies determine the structural and mechanical fitness of ships and other marine structures for their intended purpose. Many have branched into broader industrial safety verification areas.
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American Bureau of Shipping, classification society.
French classification society.
Nippon Kaiji Kyokai, known as ClassNK or NK, has earned a high reputation for its long-standing dedication to safeguarding life and property at sea and preventing marine pollution through the establishment of universally recognized standards for the design, construction and maintenance of ships and other marine structures.
Det Norske Veritas DNV
Global provider of services for managing risk, headquartered in Norway. Independent foundation that delivers services within a range of industries, with a special focus on the maritime and energy sectors.
GL- Germanischer Lloyd
German classification society.
Indian Register of Shipping
A classification society established in 1975, with a quality management system complying with the requirements of International Association of Classification Societies.
International Naval Surveys Bureau
INSB Class is a Greek ship classification society and an impartial third party certification organization with a presence in the global maritime domain.
Korean Register of Shipping
The Korean Register of Shipping (KR) is a non-profit ship classification society established in June 1960. It is dedicated to working toward the goal of safe ships and clean oceans through promoting technology and human resource development related to shipping, shipbuilding, and industrial services.
UK based classification society.
Registro Italiano Navale, Italian classification society.
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