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IKM Instrutek signs contract with the Norwegian Maritime Authority

IKM Instrutek AS is now approved to perform radio inspection on behalf of the Norwegian Maritime Authority.

Sales Director Rune Hassum is proud to inform that as of 1 February 2014 IKM Instrutek AS has signed a contract with the Norwegian Maritime Authority to perform radio inspections onboard Norwegian flagged vessels and foreign vessels in Norwegian waters. 

Under this agreement IKM Instrutek AS, on behalf of the Norwegian Maritime Authority shall perform surveys of radio systems (GMDSS) on board vessels.
All Norwegian vessels shall be equipped with radio communication equipment according to international conventions and rules of the Norwegian Maritime Authority. In addition, the vessels are obliged to carry a safety certificate for radio, issued after a radio control has been performed.

 

To read more, visit the IKM Testing website.

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