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Following two years of research and development Gray Page is pleased to unveil its new vessel perimeter protection system, DFENCE. Devised by the maritime security specialists and internationally recognised piracy experts at Gray Page, the DFENCE system is designed to prevent unlawful over-the-side access to ships, oilrigs and other marine platforms and installations.

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David Willems discusses the opportunities for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to become the go-to technologies to deal with crisis situations from humanitarian relief to piracy at sea

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Since its inception in 2010, Ambrey has established itself as the world’s largest operator in the maritime security and anti-piracy sector

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Gerry Northwood asks: is a relaxation of the security in the Indian Ocean the next big risk? The close of 2015 brought significant changes to internationally recognised security policy in the Indian Ocean. In December, the maritime community scaled down the size of the Best Management Practice (BMP 4) High

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Maritime security and international shipping – a look at modern piracy. By Joshua Nash Travel by sea has been an important aspect of human travel, and while technological advancements have brought about other methods of transport, shipping has remained important. It has been of particular importance to the world’s economy,

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Since its inception in 2010, Ambrey Risk has established itself as the world’s largest operator in the maritime security and anti-piracy sector. As a provider of a comprehensive range of services for ships and offshore assets in high risk environments such as East Africa and West Africa, the company has

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Shipping and Marine last featured Protection Vessels International Ltd (PVI), the world’s largest private maritime security service, back in April this year. Over the months that followed the company, which is a part of Protection Group International, has made significant progression in terms of growing its business and providing critical

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Jonathan Moss takes a look at piracy and the role of armed security guards. Back in April the Dongfang Glory, a Malaysian-owned tanker, was attacked by pirates. After detaining the crew, the assailants offloaded fuel stored in the hold. After three hours of siphoning the cargo, the pirates destroyed the

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Operating as a division of VingCard Elsafe, VingCard Marine is the world’s leading supplier of marine locks and access control systems

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