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Certifications

ISO 9001 : 2015

ARRC is accredited with the ISO 9001 : 2015 standards — a testament to our commitment to quality and continuous improvement.

Copy of certificate
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ISSC (ISPS)

All ARRC vessels are ISM certified and hold valid ISSC (ISPS) certificates. The International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention (ISM Code) was adopted by the IMO as Resolution A. 41(18) in November 1993. It came into force on July 1, 1998 as SOLAS Chapter IX, ‘‘Management for the Safe Operation of Ships’’. The ISM Code provides an international standard for the safe management and operation of ships and for pollution prevention.

C-TPAT

Atlantic RORO Carriers Inc. is a certified and validated participant in the US Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism . Also known as C-TPAT, this initiative establishes a cooperative relationship between Customs and the trade community that will strengthen the overall U.S. supply chain and border security. This program is managed by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).

https://www.cbp.gov/border-security/ports-entry/cargo-security/ctpat

The goal of Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) is to increase border security and to further decrease the cost and burden of shipping legitimate goods into the United States. By participation in C-TPAT program ARRC  ensures that all its cargo transportation processes have adequate security measures in place to help safeguard all people, property, and cargo against acts of theft, violence, and dishonesty that can arise throughout the supply chain industry. Our efforts include increasing operational security within vessels, terminals, container yards and related facilities. Due to the international nature of the supply chain business, security measures are extended to our vendors and business partners around the world as well. Participation in C-TPAT program will also make ARRC, and our partners, eligible for faster processing at border crossing and will lower the frequency of inspections and detention of imported goods.

Safety

ARRC offices and the shipboard safety management system strictly comply with the shipping industry’s highest standards, requirements of the classification society and flag state rules. ARRC’s operations strictly adhere to the company’s safety policies and a high level of environmental protection.

All employed ships meet the requirements of international conventions and IMO resolutions, including SOLAS-74 and MARPOL-73/78 Conventions, which allow the Line to operate in all regions of the world.

All ARRC vessels are equipped with state-of-the-art radio communications, radar (ARPA & ECDIS) and navigational devices ensuring safe passage and peace of mind.

Experienced masters and crew along with the guidance provided by Weathernews America guarantee the highest possible safety for the cargo in transit.

Sea Waybill

Terms and Conditions
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Sea Waybill
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