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Management Philosphy

Shipping is a twenty-four hour a day business with significant expense and serious potential for risk to ships, their crew and the environment. The long and varied experience of 60 years has allowed the Registry to develop a unique appreciation of the demands faced by the shipping industry. As such, the Liberian Flag Administration has developed a trusted relationship amongst the shipowner and shipmanager community. 

The workforce of the Liberian Registry includes former U.S. Coast Guard officers, ship managers and other maritime professionals who are among the best trained and most experienced maritime experts in the world. A key to Liberia’s success is the employment of industry experts, not bureaucratic regulators. 

LISCR’s management philosophy has as its foundation both a commitment to quality service and high standards of safety, environmental protection and seafarers’ welfare. As seen by the media attention and controversy which surrounds any major maritime casualty, the general public mandates such conscientious oversight of ship operations. The Registry’s growing list of “blue chip” shipowners attests to professional service demanded by these leading shipping organizations. 

Today, the Liberian Registry can proudly claim that our 24-hour per day service to clients makes us the value added partner for shipowners/shipmanagers in the demanding environment the shipping industry faces worldwide.