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Press Releases from i.b.s. International Operative Services e.K. (16 total)

i.b.s. International Operative Services e.K. receives huge demands of transport …

As over years i.b.s. has developed a cross border transport security escort service, during the current Covid-19 crisis we receive a huge demand on our specialized escort services for protection team "hand over" at closed borders like e.g. Lithuania, Swiss, Austria and Germany but not limited to this. Now with hardened travel restrictions in Germany for people traveling from abroad with an absence of more then 72 hours which have

i.b.s.® receive permit from Latvia State Police Forces to carry out up to armed …

In November 2019 i.b.s. International Operative Services e.K. as the first foreign security company received its permit from the Latvia Police Forces to operate on the territory of Latvia as an officially approved and registered commercial security provider. We are very pleased about the given trust in the reliability of our company to obtain this permit in a very short time period and without hesitation. With this permit i.b.s.® now

Now just only 3 maritime security provider world wide approved for the German fl …

On the 25. of October 2019 the list of maritime security provider from the German Federal Office for Economic Affairs and Export Control (BAFA) has been up dated. Now remaining on this list are only 3 maritime security provider (2 German, 1 British) world wide approved to carry out armed maritime security services on commercial vessel and yachts carrying the German flag. Our company i.b.s. International Operative Services e.K. founded

Nigeria Arrests Maritime Security Team Over Firearms Possession!

The Nigerian Navy has arrested nine people including one American for possession of firearms in what the Navy claimed was Nigerian waters. The suspects were part of a maritime security team providing anti-piracy services in the Gulf of Guinea region. A spokesperson for the maritime security firm, confirmed as U.S.-based Trident Group, said the team was located well into international waters when their vessel was boarded and the weapons found were

After ten years of Piracy in the Indian Ocean region, is Somali Piracy still a t …

On 6 November the United Nations (UN) Security Council renewed the authorization for international naval forces to carry out anti-piracy measures off Somalia’s coast. It is now 10 years since the first resolution was passed in 2008 to respond to piracy and robbery against humanitarian and commercial ships in the region. At the time, piracy was considered a major threat to both local and global peace and security. Since then, and

i.b.s.® Armed Transport Escorts In Lithuania!

Project logistics in the field of military transport in the Baltic region is facing demanding challenges also in the year 2019: Additional to various international maneuvers the rotation and supply of the NATO enhanced forward presence (eFP) in the Baltic states is a logistical priority. This also applies to the German Federal Armed Forces, which had led the NATO Battlegroup Lithuania since 2017 out of the military base in Rukla with

i.b.s.® open up a new representative office in Lithuania in January 2019!

As we strive each and every day reach better results up from the high level our company is still performing we decided open up a further representative office in Lithuania would increase the abilities of our services to the next level. In the framework of our services in the fields of Armed Transport Escort Security (https://www.ibs-ops.com/en/services/armed-transport-security-escorts/) we choose Vilnius as the capital of Lithuania is a very good spot for such
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A Million New Jersey Gun Owners Ignore State’s Magazine Ban!

When New Jersey passed its ban on possession of magazines containing more than 10 rounds in June, it gave the state’s million or so law-abiding gun owners 180 days to comply. The law provided five options: 1) modify the offending magazines so they could accept no more than 10 rounds; 2) “render the firearm [that accepts such magazines] inoperable”; 3) register firearms that cannot be “modified to accommodate 10 or

Reports suggest between five and seven Lloyd's syndicates have already dropped o …

Earlier this year, Lloyd’s of London, the specialist insurance market, issued a warning to a number of its marine syndicates, including those that underwrite superyacht businesses. The warning gave loss-making marine syndicates three months to create viable business plans or be dropped – the deadline for the presentation of said remediation plans being Friday 3 August. On 2 August, TradeWinds News reported that Brit Global Speciality, Lloyd’s syndicate 2987, ended its

German Maritime Security 2018, German Government Statement!

Despite all international and national efforts, piracy remains a serious peril for the international shipping industry. Especially in Asia (i.e. Chittagong/Bangladesh or on the Strait of Malacca), but also in South America (e.g. Bay of Santos/Brazil or in the port of Callao/Peru) robbery or piracy there has recurred in the recent past. At the West African coast the number of incidents had raised even by 50% with 66 incidents this

Maritime Security 2018, German Government Statement!

Despite all international and national efforts, piracy remains a serious peril for the international shipping industry. Especially in Asia (i.e. Chittagong/Bangladesh or on the Strait of Malacca), but also in South America (e.g. Bay of Santos/Brazil or in the port of Callao/Peru) robbery or piracy there has recurred in the recent past. At the West African coast the number of incidents had raised even by 50% with 66 incidents this

Maritime and Superyacht Security Consultancy!

Relevant own experiences, the media and day-to-day reports from our special sources world-wide have revealed that incidents of criminal and terrorist activities around the world have been noticeably increasing. In this context, a less approach for handling such risks could cause yacht owners and operators significant damage to their image and assets, with occasional incalculable, crisis-type effects on the continued existence of their high-value assets, and last but not least

i.b.s.® Maritime Security Services via Eilat in Israel and Aqaba in Jordan!

In the framework of the recent cease of business operations of logistic providers for PMSC in the red sea, the number of reliable operators of support vessels (floating armories) has decreased again in the first quarter of 2017 and makes it more difficult for the shipping industry to select and assign legally compliant PMSC for maritime security tasks onboard vessels transiting through the Indian Ocean HRA as the offshore storage

IS in Italien Ports!

Mostly unrecognized by the broader, European public the recent report about the security of Italian sea ports in 2018 has been published in the framework of the research project "Italian Port Security". This report provides a sophisticated analysis of the impact of illegal transit of goods and persons into and through Italian ports in the recent months and years. Besides the evaluation of the operational results by federal Italian prosecution

Unreliable Brexit!

The current state of the EU-UK negotiations is merely reliable about one point: there are more open questions, than already fixed issues. Within the last weeks the so called Brexit process itself has turned into a question if the current British government may endure the withdrawal negotiations with the EU, parts of the affected industries are preparing for a hard exit scenario as a soft outcome seems rather unpredictable. While the media

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