Wallem Group’s lifeboat maintenance service company, SeaSafe Marine, has entered a five-year service supplier agreement with Masterbulk Singapore.
The agreement is to provide lifeboat services for Masterbulk’s fleet of 20 open-hatch gantry crane vessels, according to a 27 May statement from Wallem.
“This is the first fleet agreement that SeaSafe Marine has in place,” said Andrew Lemmis, managing director of SeaSafe Marine.
SeaSafe Marine’s client list includes companies from across the maritime sector, such as cruise, tankers, and bulk carriers.
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“We have engineers based in Hong Kong and China who regularly travel around the world to deliver our services,” Lemmis said. “We are soon to add engineers based in Singapore, the United Kingdom, mainland Europe, and the United States.”
SeaSafe Marine is an independent lifeboat servicing and testing organisation. It is an authorised representative of major lifeboat and davit manufacturers, with Class and Flag approvals.
Wallem Group’s other third-party provisions include Marine Buying Services, which delivers procurement services to third-party shipowners and other maritime businesses.