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Liberian Registry Appoints London Manager

by Amanda Banks,, London

04 August 2010

The Liberian International Ship and Corporate Registry (LISCR), the US-based manager of the Liberian Registry, has appointed a new general manager to its dedicated office in London, with effect from August 2, 2010.

Jonathan Spremulli joins the LISCR from leading classification society RINA, where he was Group Quality Manager, based in Genoa, Italy. Prior to that he was with Lloyd’s Register for 18 years as its Marine Training Manager in London following a number of roles, including a significant period in Asia surveying ships during construction. He is a chartered engineer with extensive seagoing experience as an officer with, among others, P&O Lines and Mobil Shipping.

Spremulli says: “I am delighted to be joining the Liberian Registry, which continues to enjoy remarkable growth while maintaining its independently acknowledged reputation for the highest standards of safety worldwide. It is a quality organization, which does things the right way.”

LISCR Chief Operating Officer Scott Bergeron adds: “Jonathan Spremulli has nearly 30 years’ experience of working in the shipping and certification sectors, and he has that ideal balance between management and seagoing experience that we value so highly. London is a strategically important location for international shipping, and therefore for the Liberian Registry. Jonathan’s experience of the design, construction and operation of a wide range of vessels, and of dealing with masters, superintendents, surveyors and internal managers, ideally suits him for this role, in which he will add genuine value to the global service provided by the Liberian Registry.”

The Liberian Registry is one of the world’s largest and most active shipping registers. It has recently surpassed all-time tonnage records, with over 3,300 ships, aggregating more than 106m gross tons, currently registered.

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