Whitesea Shipping and Supply

Nov 20, 2015 | | 2 comments
AddressPlot No. HC 01A & B, Hamriyah Free Zone, Sharjah UAE
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About Whitesea Shipping and Supply

Whitesea Shipping and Supply (WSS) was established in 1981 in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, by Mr A.S. Alali. Whitesea has owned and operated various vessels, including cargo ships, bulk carriers, multi-purpose and offshore vessels. With well over 30 years of shipping experience, the last 15 years has seen the company concentrate its activities in the off-shore segment of the industry.

Trading predominantly in the Middle East, WSS has one of the largest independently-owned fleets of IACS classed offshore support vessels in the region. This fleet serves long established and valued customers such as SHELL, TOTAL, NIOC, PEDCO, MAERSK, ARAMCO, IOOC, POGC, HYUNDAI, PETROBRAS, HALLIBURTON, and McDERMOTT

WSS’ position in the offshore sector is recently consolidated with deliveries in 2009 and 2010 of newly built, highly specified ‘S Class’ DP1 AHTS vessels and a Self Propelled Jack Up barge. These vessels boast a high quality build, a strong consideration of crew comfort and are equipped with the most technically advanced systems for propulsion, positioning and cargo handling. The Jack Up barge, one of the largest of its type, leads the field in innovative design maximizing deck space, accommodation and lifting capacity.

WSS’ management team is comprised of multinational, highly qualified and experienced Shipping Executives, Master Mariners, Marine Engineers and Naval Architects.

The strong asset base and experienced management team ensures WSS continues to meet its customers’ needs both in the Middle East and elsewhere in the world, wherever a safe and professional service is required.

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