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IOM Ship Registry Revamps Website

by Amanda Banks, Tax-News.com, London

10 December 2009


In an effort to make information more accessible to new and existing clients alike, the Isle of Man Ship Registry has launched a revamped dedicated website, separate from the government site that was previously in place.

The website has been constructed to maximize the Ship Registry’s marketing efforts and includes links to trade journals which have recently featured the Ship Registry as well as informative video links to interviews from around the world.

The new sleeker website will also enable clients to access important information easily and intuitively. The latest Manx Shipping Notices are easily accessed from the front page along with a link directly to the legislation which relates to the subject for visitors to the site wanting to drill-down further. Also introduced are a number of direct email addresses, which will provide direct access to those dealing with endorsements, seamen’s cards and discharge books, thus speeding up the process.

The Minister for Trade and Industry, David Cretney, said: “The Ship Registry’s new website is a great step forward. It is important for Departments with a global reach to communicate with the world and the new site will show the Isle of Man in a great light. The Ship Registry worked with a local designer to create a new look and feel for their website which is a credit to all involved.”

Dick Welsh, Director of the Ship Registry, added: “An overhaul of the website has been long overdue. We are very proud of the new website and know it will present the Isle of Man as a modern, efficient place to do business. It provides existing clients with quick and easy access to the information or services they require, and potential clients with simple and instinctive access to the Ship Registry and the Isle of Man for maritime business.”


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