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Piracy: Inchcape and Ambrey launch security initiative

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Is a ship equipped to deal with security risks in a particular trade? A new initiative from shipping service provider Inchcape Shipping Services, part of the security consultancy Ambrey, aims to ensure this.

Ambrey and Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS) have announced a strategic partnership which, according to the two companies, aims to “revolutionize security in the maritime sector”. This involves Citadel Inspections, Ship Security Assessments, Anti-Piracy Ship Security Assessments, Ship Security Plan Reviews and Port Security Assessments for various projects worldwide. [ds_preview]

“This synergy will enable the maritime industry to strengthen security protocols, improve operational efficiency and address potential risks,” according to a statement from ISS. The partnership will combine Inchcape’s expertise in commercial shipping operations and associated data with Ambrey’s risk expertise.

Charnley, Group Managing Director at Ambrey: “We are in an extremely uncertain time for global shipping and the maritime sector. The threats are incredibly dynamic and seriously challenge existing risk mitigation options for ships, crew and cargo. Ambrey is always looking to innovate, challenge and lead the maritime security industry. Through this partnership, we will be able to do this quickly and at scale, improving security exactly where it is needed most.”

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