RS invites to visit its stand at SMM-2018

Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RS, Register) will be a participant to SMM-2018, an international trade fair for shipbuilding, machinery and maritime technology to be held on September, 4-7 in Hamburg Messe und Congress Halle, Germany.

RS will present at its stand all the key activities, including classification and survey of ships under construction and in service, approval of materials, products and services for the maritime industry, as well as development of the RS rules. RS specialists will inform of the characteristics of technical supervision in industry and the documents to be issued on the results thereof, advise on interactions during the construction of ships to the RS class.

You are welcome to visit the RS stand:

Hamburg Messe und Congress Halle 
Stand No. B2.EG.417 

Exhibition website


Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RS, Register) is an internationally recognized classification society. RS was established in 1913. Nowadays, about 5000 ships are in the RS class flying the flags of 47 countries. The society has 50 RS Branch Offices and Representative Offices in Russia and worldwide, is recognized by Maritime Administrations of 70 flag states, including 16 EU states.

RS traditionally focuses on development of technical requirements for ice ships amounting to about 70% of the RS-classed ships. Internationally advanced ice breakers, large gas carriers and oil tankers able of independent carriage of raw hydrocarbons via the Northern Sea Route are among them. Technical supervision in industry and projects for development of infrastructure of marine oil-and-gas field, as well as of those at the Arctic shelf are also the RS priority areas of activity.

RS is a full member of the International Association of Classification Societies (IACS), which consolidates the world leading classification societies, and an associate member of INTERCARGO, INTERTANKO and BIMCO. RS activity is aimed at enhancing safe navigation standards, safety of life at sea and marine environment pollution prevention.