Customers and Stakeholders Meet of IRS draws good response from Indian maritime fraternity


After a hiatus of two years, Indian Register of Shipping (IRS) hosted its India Advisory Committee Meeting as well as Customers and Stakeholder Meet in Mumbai last week, which saw good participation from the maritime fraternity.

A presentation on the recent updates with respect to fleet growth, upcoming regulations, new services and initiatives, was well received. The topics covered included IRS efforts towards decarbonisation, study on alternative fuels, IMO and EU regulations as well as its future plans.

Earlier in the day, IRS’ India Advisory Committee Meeting was held where leading maritime industry professionals provided feedback and guidance to IRS for its growth. Members also complimented IRS for its role in working with customers towards achieving compliance goals. Several significant suggestions were received during the meeting and are being actively considered for implementation.

Mr Vijay Arora (pictured), Managing Director of IRS said: “Indian Register of Shipping is on a strong growth path and is ramping up its resources to enable speedier delivery of its services. We are actively investing in technology, research and development towards capability building and strengthening our technical team and are extremely thankful to our customers and stakeholders whose support is critical for our organisation.”