EMSA expands THETIS to curb substandard shipping

The EMSA will expand its THETIS reporting tool to help member state ports meet their obligations under EU legislation. Photo: The Port of Felixstowe

Each year, over 18,000 ship inspections feed into the EU’s database for inspections, reporting, monitoring and verification, THETIS, writes Markku Mylly, executive director of the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA).

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