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USCG safety expert joins Liberian Registry

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The Liberian Registry has strengthened its global team with the addition of Captain Todd Howard, who joins the registry as Senior Vice President of Quality and Inspector Standards.

It is seen as a key appointment by the registry, which recently surpassed the 200m gt milestone.

Capt. Howard brings to LISCR over 26 years of experience as an officer in the United States Coast Guard. Before his retirement Capt. Howard was head of the Coast Guard’s Traveling Marine Inspector team where he was in charge of the USCG’s premier group of 42 senior marine inspectors providing professional commercial vessel knowledge, experience and advanced training.

He also chaired the USCG-wide Prevention Programme Quality Management Board. Prior to this posting at USCG headquarters he was a Division Chief in the Office of Design and Engineering Standards; Prevention Department Head at USCG Sector Miami, Florida.

“I am very happy to announce that Captain Todd Howard has joined our team of dedicated maritime experts here at the Liberian Registry. He brings to the Registry decades of hands-on maritime safety and regulatory experience and expertise,” said LISCR´s Chief Operations Officer Alfonso Castillero.

“This is what sets us apart from the other Registries, we have the best professionals supporting our vessel owners, operators, and seafarers. Having Capt. Howard onboard with us makes us stronger and continues to provide the Liberian flagged fleet with the best possible support from the Administration,” Castillero added.

 

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