November 2016 ( 25.11.2016 ) in Aktau Association of shipowners and maritime industry entrepreneurs (ASiPMI) together with the transport prosecutor's office of Mangistau conducted VIII-th International Seminar "Problems of development of commercial navigation in the Republic of Kazakhstan."
Seminar in the form of an open dialogue maritime business community with the participation of Deputy Akim of Mangystau oblast, the representatives of: the Main transport prosecutor's office of RK, the State Revenue Committee of the Ministry of Finance, the State Revenue Department; Maritime Administration of Aktau port and Bautino, and foreign classification societies recognized by the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan: «Lloyd's Registerof Shipping Group» (LR), «Russian Maritime Register of Shipping» (RS), «Det Norske Veritas AS» (DNVGL), «Bureau Veritas »- (BV),« Registro Italiano Navale »(RINA) and« American Bureau of Shipping »(ABS); Chairman of the Board of the Association of Customs Brokers of Kazakhstan, Delegation to Kazakhstan by the Federal Customs Service of Russia, the shipping companies - members AS&PMI.
- Also in the VIII-th International Seminar held on the theme: "Problems of development of commercial navigation in the Republic of Kazakhstan in the implementation of customs procedures and controls for the classification of ships."
- Memorandum of Cooperation between Mangistau Transport Prosecutor's Office and the Association of ship owners and marine industry businesses in merchant shipping. As a result of the next seminar participants to improve their skills in the theoretical and practical issues of relations regulation in the field of merchant shipping and customs legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan, including the classification of ships (goods) for the HS EAEC.
- The participants of VIII-th International Workshop received expert advice Foreign Classification Societies recognized Marine Register and information of the state of law enforcement agencies regarding regulatory developments on the activities of ships and maritime administrations.