Navis Maritime Services

Jul 18, 2015 | | 1 comment
Address4th Floor NAESS HOUSE BLDG., 2215 Leon Guinto St. Malate Manila
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About Navis Maritime Services

As Project Managers within new building, skills and expertise are offered in areas such as design appraisal, plan approval, inspection and construction supervision by our team of experienced naval architects and marine engineers. Successful projects carried out include the design and construction supervision of innovative chemical carriers, oil tankers, gas carriers and offshore support vessels for distinguished ship owners.

These include the chemical carriers “Quds” and “Boraq” that were each nominated by The Royal Institution of Naval Architects as a Significant Ship in the year 2000 and 2003 respectively.

As Ship Managers, Nordic Maritime is ISM certified by Det norske Veritas for the operation of chemical- gas carriers and general cargo ships, having a unique safety and quality management system in place for over 10 years.

The knowledge gained from experience in ship management and operations is applied to our project management activities within new buildings to ensure that the new vessels are designed and built to the highest operational standards. Nordic Maritime therefore aims to:

Ensure the quality, timely and cost effective building of new vessels
Provide superior, cost effective and safe operational management of vessels
Enhance the life-cycle profitability of vessel
Mission:
As a first class provider of solution-oriented maritime services, We will deliver on time with integrity, respect and loyalty.

Vision:
To become the preferred provider of independent maritime services in selected segments of the industry with comprehensive expertise; providing innovative environmental and safety solutions with our clients in focus.

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