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Marintec China 2015:
The Largest Event Ever    

This event has become a true behemoth over the years. We were very excited  to be a part of this show together with VICUSdt and a local partner Wuxi Delin, which is an well diversified industrial group manufacturing anything from doors and windows to deck equipment and rudders.


December 1 to 4, 2015

Our Vision

Creating  sustainable shipping industry  with  our  customers

Because the world trade is ever so depending on the international shipping industry, it is often said, without ships, half the world would starve and the other half would freeze. However, the paradigm is  shifting.  Despite of its great efficiency imcomparable to other means of transportation, the sheer scale makes the industry a major contributor to the global GHG and other harmful emissions.  Ballast water and hull fauling are also known to play siginificant role in transporting aquatic invasive species disruptive to native ecosystem.


As a tidal wave of new regulations addressing the environmental impact of shipping is approaching, we are here to assist socially responsible ship owners and operators to stay ahead of the game and remain competitive with a full complement of services to improve energy efficiency and reduce environmental footprint of their valuable assets in turbulant times.  Please check "Our Solutions" for more information.    

Our Profile

Serving the maritime industry globally  for  half  a  century 

Since we opened our doors in 1968, our business has matured from a general ship supplier to a full service engineeing company. To meet growing demand for our service in Southeast Asia, we opened our Singapore branch in 1984.  And, today, aside from a substantial amount of business it generates locally, it also performs a critical function in our organization as  a regional hub providing logistical support to our supply chain and engineering service.   


We represent many industry-leading equipment and machinery manufactures as well as service providers.  And, together with our partners and

affiliates across the world, we have a far-reaching network well established to cover all major international markets. Please check "Makers List"    for more information.     

Europort Rotterdam 2015: 
One of Europe's Premier Events 

The show was a real crowd getherer as always.  This year, we attended together with our newest partner VICUSdt, which specializes in CFD and other numerical analysis, and its local

agent Berger Maritiem.   


November 3 to 6, 2015


Exciting New Product:
FENIC's Fuel Reformer

We just signed an agreement with FENIC, an innovative Japanese technology provider, to represent its one of a kind fuel saving device, FENIC Alpha, and other exciting products.


September 12, 2015

Bari-Ship Japan 2015: 
A Record Number of Visitors

This year, we attended the largest maritime event in western Japan,  again, with our long-term partner, Sankei Design Ltd.  It is by far the most respected 3D ship design firm in Japan. Together, we have more than 60 successful BWMS retrofit projects under the belt.


May 21 to 23, 2015

Europort Istanbul 2015:
Another Great Success

For the fifth time, we attended the biannual event with our long-term partner, Industrial & Marine Supplies  Ltd.  Together

with Cathelco from UK, our new partner VICUS dt from Spain also joined this year to display our diversity.


March 11 to 14, 2015

REGULATORY UPDATES  (Last updated on March 11th, 2016)


Ballast Water Management Convention: Close but not quite


Belgium and Fiji just ratified the convention. However, based on the data at the end of February, the tonnage represented by the ratified states is still short of the required 35% by 0.18%.



Introduction of Global Sulphur Cap: Decision in October 2016       

CE Delft and Stratas Consulting

will conduct the fuel availability study with industry experts under the Steering Committee's oversight.  The finding will be submitted to MEPC 70 in October 2016. 


IGF Code: Scheduled to Enter into Force in January 2017 


The Commitee adapted amendments to SOLAS Chapter II-1 Part G and the Code of Safety for Ships Using Gases or Other Low-Flashpoint Fuels, IGF Code,  during MSC 95 in June 2015.


The USCG Rejected the Most Probable Number Method


The USCG rejected the appeal from a number of UV-based ballast water treatment system makers to accept the Most Probable Number method as an alternative test method to the CMFDA/FDA. 

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