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ChartCo's Reg4ships Service for Carnival Fleet

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Posted by Michelle Howard

ChartCo will now be supplying the entire Carnival Cruise Line fleet with its benchmark regulation management solution, Regs4ships.

Prior to signing the new contract with Carnival Cruise Line, ChartCo supplied 75% of the fleet of its parent company Carnival Corporation, including Princess Cruises, Holland America, P&O Cruises, Costa, Aida, Cunard Line and Seabourn. Under the terms of the new agreement, all 26 Carnival Cruise Line vessels will be provided with the Regs4ships solution.

Regs4ships allows fleets to maintain compliance with the latest regulatory amendments while helping shoreside teams identify and implement future changes with proven solutions that are put in place before issues arise. It significantly reduces the risk of missing vital information about new regulations that could seriously impact upon their business.

Bringing together flag state compliance documentation with IMO, ILO and EU legislation, Regs4ships has been successfully supplying a comprehensive regulatory solution for flag inspectors, class surveyors and the oil and gas, commercial shipping and cruise industries since its launch in 2001. Regs4ships is currently being used on board more than 6,000 vessels and is trusted by hundreds of shipping companies.

May 15, 2019

 

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