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30 Vietnamese vessels detained abroad

Thursday, 18 May 2017 04:12

Mou announced the report, the detained fleet rank of crew members.

 

The fleet of Vietnamese vessels running the international route currently has 462 vessels with a capacity of 500 GT or more

News from Vietnam Register on 28/4 said,Port State Control (PSC) of the Asia-Pacific region (Tokyo-Mou) has released a report on the seagoing vessel situation in 2016.

As a result, in 2016, Tokyo-Mou conducted 31,678 PSC inspections of 17,503 flag-nautical vessels of 101 countries to regional ports. The inspections detected 18,943 turns of ships with defects affecting safety, security, maritime labor conditions, prevention of environmental pollution; detaine 1,090 turns of 69 countries due to serious defects. The average retention of the entire region was 3.44%, down from 3.67% in 2015 and 3.96% in 2014.

For fleet of Vietnam, in 2016, Tokyo-Mou checked 742 ships and retained 30 vessels (4.04%, higher than the regional average of 3.44% and higher than the The seagoing ship's seized Vietnam in 2014 is 3.55% and in 2015 it is 2.77%). However, due to the average rating of 3 consecutive years, 2016 fleets of Vietnam still remain in the "white list" of Tokyo - Mou.

According to the assessment of Tokyo-Mou, in 2016, the Vietnam Register is ranked 9th in the list of organizations that perform the function of checking safety, security, maritime labor and prevention of environmental pollution with the world's best seagoing vessel, an increase of 3 degrees over 2014 and 2015, is the number one registry for years in the list.

It is known that the rate of Vietnamese ships seized in the first 4 months of 2017 is about 4%. With the assessment of Tokyo - Mou shows that in 2017 the Vietnamese maritime community should pay special attention to the problem of detained ships to take measures to minimize the level of retention, create and maintain prestige, beautiful image of the Vietnamese marine fleet in the world maritime industry.

Source: baogiaothong