Lloyd's Register

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Lloyd's Register

Lloyd's Register

Lloyd's Register

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Lloyd's Register of Shipping

Lloyd's Register of Shipping

ANDERSEN, Thomas Thune (born 1955), Chairman, Lloyd’s Register Group Ltd, since 2010

MacLEOD, (Hugh) Roderick (1929 - 1993), Chairman, Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, since 1983

MANCE, Henry (Stenhouse) (1913 - 1981), Deputy Chairman and Treasurer, Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, 1979–81; Chairman of Lloyd’s, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 (Deputy Chairman, 1967, 1968)

HILDREW, Bryan (1920 - 2012), Managing Director, Lloyds Register of Shipping, 1977–85

PEMBERTON, Horatio Nelson (1902 - 1967), Chief Engineer Surveyor, Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, 1957–67; Chairman, Council of Engineering Institutions, since 1966

HUSKISSON, Robert Andrews (1923 - 2004), Chairman, Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, 1973–83 (Deputy Chairman, 1972–73)

GROVER, Anthony (Charles) (1907 - 1981), Chairman: Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, 1963–June 1973; Lifeguard Assurance Ltd, 1964–76

ARTHUR, Peter Bernard (1923 - 1998), Deputy Chairman and Chairman of the Sub-Committees of Classification, Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, 1976–84

McCALLUM, John (1920 - 1995), consultant naval architect; Chief Ship Surveyor, Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, 1970–81

DOREY, Stanley Fabes (1891 - 1972), Chief Engineer Surveyor of Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, 1932–56, retired

MILLING, Geoffrey (1901 - 1983), Chairman, Bowring Steamship Company, 1965–68; Deputy Chairman, Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, 1963–72

LUSCOMBE, John Henry (1848 - 1937), Chairman of Lloyd’s, 1902, 1908, 1909, 1912, and 1914; Chairman of Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, 1921; JP Sussex; High Sheriff, 1913; one of HM Lieuts for City of London

RIDGERS, John Nalton Sharpe (1910 - 1999), Deputy Chairman and Treasurer, Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, 1973–78; Director, Smit International (UK) Ltd, 1974–84


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A society formed (as Lloyd's Register of Shipping) in Lloyd's coffee house, London, in 1760 to inspect and classify all ocean-going vessels in excess of 100 tons. Ships are still periodically surveyed by Lloyd's surveyors and classified according to the condition of their hulls, engines, and trappings. The society also provides technical advice. In addition to its annual publication, Lloyd's Register of Ships, it now supplies a range of electronic information services. The Register enables underwriters to have instant access to the information they need to underwrite marine risks, even when the vessels may be thousands of miles away. In recent decades it has diversified into other areas of risk management, notably offshore energy.

Subjects: Business and Management — Maritime History.

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