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MAST launches new Chinese version of website

MAST launches new Chinese version of website

MAST, the international maritime security company, has launched the Chinese version of their website which is now live. The launch of the new site follows MAST’s expansion into Asia with the opening of its Singapore office in November 2013.

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MAST adopts the International Code of Conduct

MAST adopts the International Code of Conduct

MAST adopts the International Code of Conduct Leading maritime security company MAST has been granted membership to the International Code of Conduct for Private Security Providers’ Association (ICoCA), showing their continuing commitment to complying with fundamental human rights and humanitarian law principles. Phil Cable, CEO of MAST, said: “The current crisis unfolding in the Mediterranean…

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MAST Security Update: Libya & Yemen

MAST adopts the International Code of Conduct

MAST Security Update: Libya & Yemen Libya No unity government agreement has been reached. Last week, a day prior to the deadline, General Hafta, military commander in the Tobruk based government, ordered a new offensive in Benghazi against Islamic militants. This offensive was cited by the Tripoli based government as a reason why they could…

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MAST Security Update: Libya, Yemen and Somalia

MAST adopts the International Code of Conduct

MAST Security Update: Libya, Yemen and Somalia Libya The deadline for Libyan factions signing a power sharing agreement to form a Unity Government passed on Sunday without signature. As a result the UN have pushed back the deadline to October 20th after the Eid holiday. In addition, it has been made clear that no further…

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Mast update: Indian Ocean, SE Asia & Gulf of Guinea

MAST adopts the International Code of Conduct

Mast update: Indian Ocean, SE Asia & Gulf of Guinea ICC-IMB International Meeting on Piracy, Armed Robbery and Maritime Security IMB’s Annual Conference took place in Kuala Lumpur this week. The conference focused mainly on the three piracy hot spots: Indian Ocean & Somalia, SE Asia and Gulf of Guinea. Indian Ocean & Somalia EU…

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