LiMA Delegation Visits Liberian Registry in Virginia, Strengthens Commitment to Maritime Excellence

The Liberia Maritime Authority’s (LiMA) delegation, led by Commissioner/CEO Cllr. Neto Zarzar Lighe Sr., visits the Liberian Registry in Virginia, USA. The visit provides an invaluable opportunity for meaningful interactions with the Registry’s dedicated team, fostering a deeper understanding of the Registry’s unwavering commitment to excellence in the maritime industry. It underscored the Registry’s dedication to maintaining unmatchable safety standards and regulatory compliance, reinforcing its position as a leader in the global maritime sector.

During the visit, Commissioner Cllr. Neto Zarzar Lighe emphasized the importance of the Liberian Registry’s commitment to supporting ship owners and operators with exceptional services and ensuring stringent regulatory compliance to international maritime standards. He reaffirmed that maintaining a safer and more secure maritime industry remains a top priority for the Registry.

Renowned for its rigorous safety protocols and comprehensive services, the Liberian Registry continues to set benchmarks in safety, security, and environmental protection for ship owners and operators worldwide. With an impressive track record of over 257 million gross tons and a 16% share of the global market, the Liberian Registry has firmly established itself as the fastest-growing flag state in the world. The team’s steadfast commitment to these principles of safety and marine environmental protection has consistently enhanced the Registry’s reputation, making it a preferred choice for maritime stakeholders globally.

About the Liberian Registry:
The Liberian Registry is the world’s largest and most prestigious open registries, known for its rigorous safety standards and commitment to regulatory compliance. The Registry is dedicated to providing comprehensive and innovative services to ship owners and operators, ensuring the highest levels of safety, security, and environmental protection.