Tag: PVI

  • Indo boosts boat security

    Armed guards apparently ruled out. Jakarta to Boost Security of Small Vessels By Aiswarya Lakshmi Jakarta will boost security of small vessels after hijackings 15 July, says a report in […]

  • PVI Weekly Piracy Report

    PVI round up the week’s maritime crime news and incidents. Weekly Maritime & Onshore Security Report 11 Nov 2015 Maritime Security High Risk Area (HRA) Somalia: Pirates to plead guilty […]

  • PVI Weekly Piracy Report

    PVI Weekly Piracy Report High Risk Area (HRA) On 26 May, a merchant vessel reported being followed for a period of 20 minutes by a single white skiff travelling at […]

  • PVI Achieve German Accreditation

    Protection Vessels International (PVI),┬ápart of Protection Group International, today announced that it has achieved the necessary accreditation to deploy armed guards on German flagged vessels PVI OBTAINS LICENCE TO DEPLOY […]

  • PVI to Undertake ISO/PAS 28007 Certification

    Protection Vessels International Limited and Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance are pleased to announce that an agreement has been entered into for PVI to take part in the ISO 28000/28007 pilot […]

  • Use of Force

    There are many who believe that having armed guards onboard can pose risk of an escalation of violence, but does this tell the whole story? Speaking in Lloyd’s List, Paul […]

  • Business Booms

    With the “boom” in the private maritime security sector there are some notable success stories. According to reports in Lloyd’s List, Protection Vessels International (PVI) is experiencing rapid growth and […]

  • Double Trouble

    Pirates in the Gulf of Guinea seized two Panamanian-registered ships early on Sunday, staging the second attack there in a week, but released them after being intercepted by a naval […]

  • Preferred Supplier

    According to media reports, the Danish shipowner TORM has named Protection Vessels International (PVI) as its preferred provider of guard services. An internal company announcement was made to employees that […]

  • Port Calls

    Private security escort vessels fighting piracy are seeking urgent clarification of the terms under which they can enter ports on key shipping routes. The call has come in the wake […]