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Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji And Goundar Shipping Work To Restore Business

Personnel from the shipping company have been involved in several meetings over the past few days with staff members of the Authority.
06 Jul 2019 16:24
Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji And Goundar Shipping Work To Restore Business
The Lomaiviti Princess 1,2,3 at Port Mua-i-Walu Port in Suva. Photo: Simione Haravanua

The Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji is working closely with Goundar Shipping Limited to ensure their business is back in operation soon.

Personnel from the shipping company have been involved in several meetings over the past few days with staff members of the Authority.

They are working on improving and domesticating the Safe Ships Management system documents Goundar Shipping currently has.

Yesterday, the team at MSAF with Goundar Shipping were reviewing the documents and scrutinising them whereby GSL are also being advised on the amendments.

Goundar Shipping currently has five ships in operation and the documents cannot be reviewed overnight.

After the reviewing of the documents, MSAF personnel will then have to conduct mandatory individual checks on all operating vessels.

The ships in operation are Lomaiviti Princess, Lomaiviti Princess II, Lomaiviti Princess III, Lomaiviti Princess V and Lomaiviti Princess VI.

MSAF did not foresee completing the process by yesterday.

Feedback: rosi.doviverata@fijisun.com.fj

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