Home

Sree Krishna Maritime Services’ Command, Control, Communications, Computers 

and Intelligence  services provide the necessary support and coordination to 

enable global operations.
Sree Krishna Maritime Services’ Command, Control, Communications, Computers 

and Intelligence  services provide the necessary support and coordination to 

enable global operations.
Sree Krishna Shipping Services is the only all-in-one Maritime & Shipping Concierge Service in India serving the varieties of Shipping Companies, Training Institutes, Service Agencies and Government Organizations in India.

Sree Krishna Shipping Services is the world's leading marine services provider. Through its alliance, partnership, franchise and MOU network of some 255 offices employing over 3,500 people across 66 territories, SKSS provides its customers with an unparalleled global resource delivered locally and tailored to each customer's individual needs.

Its diversified customer base includes clients across the oil, cruise, container and bulk commodity sectors as well as serving naval, government and inter-governmental clients. Additionally, SKSS provides landside commercial and humanitarian logistics, transit, offshore support and other associated marine services.

The Company also provides a growing range of outsourcing services. These include global crew and marine spares logistics; port agency management and commercial representation; and sophisticated Enterprise Resource Planning solutions through its Technical Division and other associated services.
Members News
Members News
Beyond the Law of the Sea: New Directions for Oceans Policy
The 1982 U.N. Convention of the Law of the Sea took over a decade to law of the seaproduce and was the final result of the largest single international negotiating process undertaken before or since that time. As the world's leading maritime nation, the U.S. has vital, immediate, national interests in the Convention and in the continuing refinement of maritime law based upon the tenets of that comprehensive document. The present work describes in detail the concurrent development of international law and the law of the sea, the complex negotiating process that resulted in the completed Convention, the role of the U.S. both during the Law of the Sea Convention and during the decade of negotiation that finally made the Convention acceptable, and policy directions and issues for the U.S. in the post-Convention environment. This is an important new text in international law, international relations, and maritime affairs.
0 Comments
Posted on 14 Feb 2011 by Shiny Wilson
Name:
E-mail: (optional)
Smile: smile wink wassat tongue laughing sad angry crying 

| Forget Me