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03/11/2021 - Our amcLoadŽ Ship Loading Software has been approved by the Thailand Marine Department - Ship Standard Bureau for Intact Stability, Direct Damage Stability and Hull Girder Longitudinal Strength calculations.
15/01/2021 - amcLoadŽ Ship Loading Instrument has been approved by DNV-GL Head Office for Intact Stability, Direct Damage Stability and Hull Girder Longitudinal Strength aspects.
15/01/2018 - Lloyd's Register General Approval achieved for amcLoad.
Our Stability Instrument conforms to the LR high quality standards in respect of Longitudinal Strength in Intact and Flooded Conditions.
24/11/2016 - Our amcLoadŽ Ship Loading Instrument has been crowned by NK - Tokyo Head Office Certification on Intact Stability and Direct Damage Stability aspects.
04/12/2015 - Amendments to MARPOL Annex I, BCH and IBC Code on ship survival capability and location of cargo tanks (IMO MEPC 66 - April 2014):
New requirements for onboard stability instruments applicable to all tankers will be effective from 1st January 2016.
MARPOL Annex I Ch.4, the IBC/BCH Code and the IGC/GC Code have all been amended, requiring tankers to be fitted with
a stability instrument capable of handling both intact and damage stability. The new requirement is retroactive and applies to both new and existing tankers
at the first renewal survey on or after 1st January 2016, but not later than 1st January 2021.
03/12/2015 - Our amcLoadŽ Ship Loading Instrument has been crowned by RINA - Genoa Head Office Certification on Longitudinal Strength, Intact Stability and Direct Damage Stability aspects.
08/10/2014 - Our amcLoadŽ Ship Loading Instrument has been crowned by Bureau Veritas - Paris Head Office and Piraeus Office Certification on Longitudinal Strength, Intact Stability and Direct Damage Stability aspects.
28/02/2013 - Greece will tax merchant ships managed by companies based in the country and sailing under foreign flags.
The tax will be based on the National Gross Tonnage Measurement in accordance with N.D. 973/71 and P.D. 25/90 regulations and is different (smaller) than ship's International Gross Tonnage.
In that respect a new National Tonnage Measurement has to be submitted to the Ministry for review and 25% of the tax has to be paid until 29 March 2013.