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Gertsen Global
Albertslund, DK
Gertsen Global consumables concept - environmental solutions for your ships
WENCON ApS
Bogense, DK
Wencon epoxy products are made of materials that are designed to provide protection of surfaces, exposed to galvanic corrosion, cavitation, wear or breakage.
Leth Agencies
Copenhagen, DK
The company is a specialized transit agency offering swift and secure services in the Suez and Panama Canals as well as in the Turkish and Danish Straits.
MARPRO Search & Selection
Helsingør, DAK
Established in 2013 MARPRO is a Consulting company specialized in the maritime business.
Wärtsilä Corporation Headquarter
Helsinki, FI
Wärtsilä manufactures and services power sources and other equipment in the marine and energy markets.
Loewe Marine
Bremen, DE
LOEWE MARINE is your competent supplier of high-efficiency full-spade rudder systems and your partner for ship energy efficiency conversions and repairs.
MAN Energy Solutions
Augsburg, DE
MAN Energy Solutions enables its customers to achieve sustainable value creation in the transition towards a carbon neutral future.
The maritime agency in Norway
Ålesund, NOR
Ålesund Maritime is an agency founded to represent companies in the Nordic maritime market. We put together attractive products into a complementary packages.
Featured News
New promotional video for MARPRO Search and Selection
13/12/2018 MARPRO Team
MARPRO have just launched a new promotional video for use online, produced by our video partner Elite Media Group. See the video below the article. Read More
 Maersk sets net Zero Co2 emission target by 2050
10/12/2018 MARPRO Team
A.P. Moller - Maersk aims at having carbon neutral vessels commercially viable by 2030 and calls for strong industry involvement. Read More
Ban on open loop scrubbers in Singapore - statement from EGCSA
10/12/2018 MARPRO Team
The IMO legislated to introduce a 0.5 % sulphur cap for all shipping vessels from 2020 with the aim of protecting human health and the marine environment from noxious sulphur dioxide emissions. Read More