LiMA Boss Visits Liberian Registry in Virginia -Strengthens Commitment to Maritime Excellence

MONROVIA – Cllr. Neto Zarzar Lighe, Liberia Maritime Authority Commissioner/CEO, paid a courtesy visit to the Liberian Registry in Virginia, an experience marked by insightful engagements and meaningful interactions. The visit highlighted the collaborative spirit and dedication to shared values in advancing the maritime industry’s standards and practices. This engagement underscores the Liberia Maritime Authority’s commitment to fostering strong partnerships.

During the visit, the Liberian Registry’s team in Virginia, USA, warmly welcomed the LiMA team, led by Commissioner/CEO Cllr. Neto Zarzar Lighe, highligh. The interactions provided a valuable opportunity to exchange ideas and best practices. The Liberian Registry’s unwavering dedication to regulatory compliance and innovative safety measures left a profound impact on the visiting delegation.

Commissioner/CEO Cllr. Neto Zarzar Lighe is confident that the Liberian Registry will continue to set unparalleled benchmarks in the seaborne trade. He feels that the collaborative efforts witnessed during the visit is bound to further enhance safety and operational standards across the industry. Hence, he expresses sincere gratitude to the Liberian Registry in Virginia for their hospitality and looks forward to future engagements that will drive excellence and innovation within the global maritime community.

About the Liberian Registry:

The Liberian Registry is the world’s largest and most prestigious open registries, known for its rigorous safety standards and commitment to regulatory compliance. The Registry is dedicated to providing comprehensive and innovative services to ship owners and operators, ensuring the highest levels of safety, security, and environmental protection.

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