Palau Ship Registry Opens Piraeus HQ

Panos Kirnidis, Chief Executive, Palau International Ship Registry, in his new European Head Office in Piraeus, Greece. (Photo: PISR)

Posted by Eric Haun

The Palau International Ship Registry (PISR) has opened a new
head office in Piraeus, Greece.

PISR, who also has offices in Houston, said the new Piraeus
office, along with its network of Registrars in the China,
Cyprus, UAE, Germany, India, Japan, Egypt, Lebanon, Malaysia,
Nigeria, Panama, Romania, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, South
Korea, Taiwan, Trinidad & Tobago, Turkey, and Ukraine, aim to
assure 24/7 client support

Panos Kirnidis, CEO of PISR, said, "We have spent time finding
and employing people around the shipping world who add value to
our services and come with a sense of dedication we demand.
During the years of our operations we have come into contact with
many professionals whose skills we now use for our clients. We
have more than 30 Deputy Registrars worldwide and if needed, we
can source surveyors, engineers and legal experts to handle any
issue that arises for ship owners and managers. We have no
concerns about our global reach for any of our services."

"Greece has always played an important part in the world of
shipping and Palau Registry recognizes this. This is why we have
opened our Piraeus head office to ensure we can provide
ship-owners and managers with a dedicated and reliable solution
to the challenges they face. Our registration services are
proving to be smoother, faster and even more efficient as we face
the demands of the new shipping industry," Kirnidis said.

"The shipping world is changing rapidly and so we have adapted
and moved with the needs of our clients. They want a registry
that works when they need it and that's what Palau Registry is.
We understand their challenges and can offer not only advice but
also strong solutions to keep them at sea. Moving our head office
to Greece shows we appreciate the breadth of our work and the
scale of operations needed to become a world class leading
Registry."

"As an active member with permanent delegation to both the IMO
and ILO, Palau Registry has set the standard for participation
and ratification of all major treaties and conventions. With an
array of fast, reliable and effective registration methods, as
well as technical and seafarer documentation services, Palau
Registry follows the highest maritime standards and is
strategically designed to play a key role in the shipping
industry in years to come.

The Palau Registry was created by an amendment to the Title 7 of
the Republic of Palau National Code in 2010 and was appointed by
the government of the Republic of Palau as the Ship Registry
Administrator. The world class ship Registry provides
administrative, legal and technical support; documenting the ship
and registering it under the Flag of the Republic of Palau.

Mar 1, 2017

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