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Registration for April 2021 CDCS examination is now open
If you are interested, or keen, to take the CDCS examination, registration for the examination which is to be held on 16 or 17 April 2021 (date depends on your location) is now open...
Collyer Consulting 'virtual' Letter of Credit MasterClass 2020
For many people that are based in the Middle East region, I have been conducting an annual Letter of Credit MasterClass for the last 10 years...
We have issued a credit in which field 46A (Documents Required) we have requested the following document: “CERTIFICATE ISSUED BY THE SHIPPING COMPANY/CARRIER OR THEIR AGENT STATING THE B/LADING NO (S) AND THE VESSEL (S) NAME CERTIFYING THAT THE CARRYING VESSEL (S) IS/ARE: A) HOLDING A VALID SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM CERTIFICATE AS PER TERMS OF INTERNATIONAL SAFETY MANAGEMENT CODE AND B) CLASSIFIED AS PER INSTITUTE CLASSIFICATION CLAUSE 01/01/2001 BY AN APPROPRIATE CLASSIFICATION SOCIETY.” Upon presentation of the documents, the presented certificate stated the following certification: “WE CERTIFYING THAT THE CARRYING VESSEL(S) IS/ARE:A) WE HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE VESSEL IS ISM COMPLIANT AND B) CLASSIFIED AS PER INSTITUTE CLASSIFICATION CLAUSE 01/01/2001 BY AN APPROPRIATE CLASSIFICATION SOCIETY”. Question raised: Does the above certification under point A "that the vessel is ISM compliant" comply with the term requesting "holding a valid safety management system certificate as per terms of international safety management code"?