Dive Marine Services are excited to announce that our underwater I.R.M. services are made available to our existing and new clients in South Africa around the world.
DM Sea Logistics (DM Group Services) has been honoured with the International Safety@Sea Award 2020 by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) for its ‘Outstanding Corporate Contribution to Safety at Sea’ and being the only winner under the category.
Since the beginning of this year we have witnessed an increase in these corroded scrubber pipes and the demand for repair. Recently, we have completed a scrubber pipe renewal on a 87,000dwt bulk carrier here in Singapore. The following illustrates how we, Dive Marine Services, approach and carry out such high precision, underwater repair jobs.Recently, we have completed a scrubber pipe renewal on a 87,000dwt bulk carrier here in Singapore. The following illustrates how we, Dive Marine Services, approach and carry out such high precision, underwater repair jobs.
With immediate effect, the full range of underwater inspection, repair and maintenance services, including hull cleaning, propeller polishing, inspection services as well as other commercial diving related works for Panama can be enquired and booked through our Singapore sales office.
Dive Marine Services Pte. Ltd. has been honoured with the “Singapore SME 500 Award” in 2020, awarded by the Association of Trade & Commerce (ATC), Singapore.
We are happy to announce that our underwater I.R.M. services are now made available to our existing and new clients in Scandinavia and the Baltic States. Effective immediately, hull cleaning, propeller polishing, inspection services as well as other underwater works are now available in six additional countries, namely Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Sweden, Norway and Denmark
Over the last few weeks, we have been sharing our thoughts about the implications of the global pandemic on our sector, especially concerning SE Asia and Singapore. We are fortunate to have one of the most stable economies in the world, with no net debt and high government revenue. We are also the world’s top maritime capital but we remain a small island nation whose fortunes are equally dependent on the ebb and flow of the wider global economy.
In our blog last week, we shared some thoughts on the “new normal” we’re facing in the maritime sector; as we begin to emerge from the pandemic crisis of the last 6 months, the risks to global trade and the benefits of digital disruption have come to the fore. Today, we’re looking at one of the early winners in all the chaos. If there is one aspect of life that is benefiting from the COVID19 pandemic, it’s the environment.
On our first day returning to work after the Chinese New Year holiday, the team here gathered to begin executing our business plan for the year ahead.
Suddenly, out of nowhere, we were blind-sided by the wrecking ball of COVID19 which took root in Singapore in late January, and with that, we had to begin accepting that perhaps we were no longer quite masters of our business destiny.
The biggest ever shake-up in Singapore’s shipping industry is set to come into force in less than a months’ time. In fact, all over the world, maritime regulators, ship owners, port authorities and countless stakeholders are feverishly preparing for January 1 2020.