Article released on the Isle of Man Department for Enterprise website
The Isle of Man Ship Registry has been awarded ‘Best Shipping Registry 2019’ by World Commerce Review. The awards celebrate achievement, innovation and excellence across several fields of endeavour.
Laurence Skelly MHK, Minister for Enterprise, commented:
‘I am delighted for the Ship Registry team to receive this award. The registry provides an essential platform for the Isle of Man, stimulating economic growth and demonstrating our commitment to a diversified economy. This award recognises the excellent service the Isle of Man Ship Registry provides its clients.’
The World Commerce Review publication covers the international marketplace for finance, business, law and government.
The awards recognise professional conduct and excellence and during the selection process the panel took into account product innovation, ongoing customer support and best practice criteria as well as a continuing commitment to deploying the best possible solutions for the benefit of their clients.
Dick Welsh, Director of the Isle of Man Ship Registry, said:
‘We are immensely proud to have been awarded ‘Best Shipping Registry 2019.’ This acknowledges the great work carried out by the registry team and not only sends a message to our clients that we operate a robust quality service, but also reinforces the Isle of Man Ship Registry as one of the world’s leading registers of ships and superyachts, providing the very best in service to its valued clients.’
The judges said:
‘For their continued diligence and excellence in this field, World Commerce Review is proud to award the Isle of Man Ship Registry ‘Best Shipping Registry 2019.’
‘The panel observed the commitment to detail and customer-care provided by the Isle of Man Ship Registry and were impressed with the skill, knowledge and awareness provided.’