In the dynamic world of maritime insurance, entities like IPANDI play a crucial role in ensuring the smooth operation of international shipping. Recently, the Panama Maritime Authority renewed its approval for IPANDI, emphasizing the importance of regulatory compliance in the maritime sector. This approval signifies IPANDI’s adherence to various international conventions, including the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 (MLC 2006), and the International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage, 1992 (CLC 1992).

IPANDI: A Trusted Partner

As a P&I Club, IPANDI has built a reputation as a trusted partner in the maritime industry. With its registered HQ office located in Dubai, UAE, IPANDI serves as a vital player in facilitating maritime insurance in the region. The renewal of its approval by the Panama Maritime Authority further solidifies its position as a reliable provider of insurance solutions to shipowners and operators.

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Panama Flag: Symbol of Trust and Compliance

The Panama flag has long been regarded as a symbol of trust and compliance in the maritime industry. Known for its quality standards and regulatory adherence, vessels flying the Panama flag enjoy widespread recognition and acceptance worldwide. This reputation enhances the relations between Panama and the UAE, fostering mutual trust and cooperation in maritime affairs.

The renewal of IPANDI’s approval by the Panama Maritime Authority reflects the commitment of both parties to promoting safe and compliant maritime practices. As Panama and the UAE continue to strengthen their maritime ties, IPANDI remains poised to play a pivotal role in ensuring the smooth and efficient operation of international shipping.


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Issue 91 of Robban Assafina

(May/ June 2024)


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