Ship and offshore classification
Classification societies provide technical guidelines for the design, construction and appraisal of ships and offshore structures that they monitor and document during construction. Your mission is to contribute to the development and implementation of technical standards for the protection of life, property and the environment. Classification requirements are designed to ensure the structural integrity and integrity of essential parts of the ship's hull and trunking, as well as the reliability and function of the ship's propulsion and control, power generation and other functions and auxiliary systems installed in the ship to provide important on-board services For safe ship operation.
Here you will find an overview of the classification societies for the construction of ships and offshore structures
The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) is a leading ship classifying company.
Det Norske Veritas (DNV)
DNV is one of the world's leading classification societies. The company classifies over 5,000 ships and 166 mobile offshore units.
Germanic Lloyd is a global classification society. The company operates in a wide range of areas from classic ship classification to corrosion protection advice for offshore and onshore installations.
Lloyd's Register Group
Lloyd's Register Group is a ship classification society and independent risk management organization that provides risk assessment and mitigation services worldwide as well as management system certification.
RINA S.p.A. Is an Italian ship classification company. The company was founded around 1861 in Genoa.
The company mainly deals with the classification of ships, certifications and services for industry.