China - Introduction of Ship Routing System and Ship Reporting System in the Minjiang River Estuary of Fuzhou Port - from 1 June 2019
The Club 's correspondents in China, Huatai Insurance Agency & Consultant Service Ltd, advise that China MSA has issued a Notice on the implementation of a Ship Routing System and a Ship Reporting System in the Minjiang River Estuary of Fuzhou Port for the purpose of enhancing traffic efficiency and ensuring safety of navigation in the Fuzhou water area.
The systems will take effect from 1 June 2019 and be initially valid for five years.
Members are directed to the attached Circular PNI1904 for additional information.
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