• Kuwait Raises ISPS Level 2

    September 19: The Ministry of Communications in the state of Kuwait’s has released a Ministry Resolution increasing the ISPS level for all ports within Kuwait to ISPS L2 Minister of […]

  • USCG Imposes Conditions of Entry on Vessels Arriving From Djibouti, Due to Security Deficiencies There

    May 17 2019: The USCG announced that it will implement conditions of entry on vessels arriving from the Republic of Djibouti. These conditions intend to protect the US from vessels […]

  • MariTrace suggests Suez BMP plan

    Recent incidents prompts warning. Increased threat to shipping in Suez Canal MariTrace is recommending an immediate increase in security precautions for vessels operating in and around the Suez Canal area. […]

  • NIMASA domesticates 5 IMO laws

    IMO laws adopted to improve standards. NIMASA domesticates 5 IMO laws to improve safety of ships at sea Determined to improve the safety of ships calling the nation’s seaports, the […]

  • Sri Lanka port deals and security fears

    Chinese investment may unsettle some in region. Sri Lanka port deals may stoke security fears Teddy Ng in Beijing China is expected to shore up its maritime strength by securing […]

  • ISPS Compliance

    Increasing global awareness of the threat of terrorism means Pacific Island countries and territories must ensure they comply with the International Ship and Ports Facility Security (ISPS) Code. SPC Helps […]

  • Port Insecurity

    US Coast Guard officials currently in Nigeria to conduct International Port Security training have noted that none of the facilities visited can boast adequate security arrangements. Nigeria: U.S. Threatens Country […]