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Germanischer Lloyd

The Germanischer Lloyd SE (ex-AG) is a classification society based in the city of Hamburg, Germany. As a technical supervisory organization Germanischer Lloyd conducts safety surveys on more than 7,000 ships with over 79 Mio GT[1]. Its technical and engineering services also include the mitigation of risks and assurance of technical compliance for oil, gas and industrial installations as well as wind energy parks. Today Germanischer Lloyd serves from a global network of 176 offices in 80 countries, employing some 7000 people. 124 flag states have authorized GL to perform statutory duties. According to annually published Port State Control statistics, Germanischer Lloyd has been ranking amongst the top classification societies.

http://www.gl-group.com/en/legal/about_gl.php
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Volharding Shipyards Foxhole BV

Volharding Shipyards is a modern maritime company with its roots in shipbuilding. With a background of active shipbuilding in The Netherlands, Volharding has emerged as a partner for shipowners and shipyards around the world. Focus is on dry cargo vessels and tankers generally below 25,000 tons deadweight.

http://www.volharding.nl/index.php
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Interorient Navigation Co. ltd.

Interorient is a fast growing global provider of marine transportation services. Headquartered in Cyprus, Interorient has offices in Hamburg, Miami, Manila, Riga and St. Petersburg and employs over 300 shore-based employees and over 3000 well-trained and experienced seafarers.
Interorient’s in-house managed fleet takes advantage of the many years of experience and expertise that the company’s management team has acquired in the global shipping industry. The company places great emphasis on sustainable crewing focusing on the education and training of its officers and ratings and the company’s own in-house training simulator has proved an invaluable tool. Interorient is a founding member of the Cyprus Shipping Chamber and has played a leading role in the emergence of Cyprus as a global shipping centre. Interorient is also a founding member of the Cyprus Marine Environment Protection Organisation (CYMEPA) as well as an active member of industry organisations such as BIMCO, Intertanko and Intercargo. The company is certificated against the ISO standards for quality and environmental management.

http://www.interorient.com/newsletter.asp
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KCC

A general construction company having both unlimited growth potential and integrity as the leading company in knowledge-based administration equipped with the international standard technology certificates necessary for the administration of the entire process from design and construction to supervision and testing through all the areas such as engineering and construction, plant, and SOC business with advanced human power for each area.

http://www.kccworld.net/english/
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Hempel Group

The Hempel Group of companies was established in 1915 by Mr J C Hempel with the motto of "Quality and Service", which is still the hallmark of the Hempel Group. Over the years both content and meaning have been adjusted to meet changing market demands. Hempel operates within several strategic segments. These include marine paints, protective coatings, container coatings, decorative paints and yacht paints.
The first Hempel factory started production in 1915 in Denmark. The Group has since grown to become a world-wide enterprise comprising 2 main and 4 regional research and development facilities, 20 manufacturing plants, 47 sales offices and more than 130 stock points strategically located around world. In short, wherever you are, Hempel is always nearby, ensuring prompt delivery of freshly produced quality coatings supported by Hempel's world-renowned service.

www.hempel.com
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TTS Marine
TTS Group ASA (OSE: TTS)

Bergen-headquartered TTS is a global enterprise that designs, develops and supplies equipment for the marine and oil and gas industries. As of 1 October 2009 the operations are split into three separate divisions: Marine, Energy and Port and Logistics. TTS is one of the top three largest suppliers in its specialised market segments. TTS is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange and the group's annual turnover is in the region of NOK 4200m. With a worldwide workforce of around 1250, TTS has over 40 years of experience in the marine industry. The group has subsidiaries in Norway, Sweden, Germany, USA, China, Finland, Korea, Czech Republic, Vietnam, Canada, Singapore, Italy, Greece, Mexico and Brazil.
The group's activities primarily involve design, assembly and testing of equipment while, apart from manufacture of certain key components, production is undertaken by a global network of subcontractors. Is an international engineering company that produces cargo access equipment to the offshore and marine industry. The group has few divisions: marine cranes, dry cargo handling, deck machinery and port and material handling, Drilling Equipment for offshore & onshore oil rigs. The company headquarters is based in Bergen, Norway. TTS was founded in 1966 and has been listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange since 1995.

http://www.ttsgroup.com/
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Daewoo Mangalia Heavy Industries

Starting with 1997, Daewoo-Mangalia Heavy Industries, a joint venture between worlwide well known shipbuilding leader Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering in Korea and "2 Mai" Mangalia Shipyard in Romania has been one of the most competitive shipbilding, conversion & repair shipyard in the Black Sea area.
Since its inception, Daewoo-Mangalia Heavy Industries has had a unique potential in the field of shipbuilding, conversion & repair business, due to its favorable geographical location, best facilities, advanced Daewoo technology, large investment program and highly qualified Romanian and Korean experts.

http://www.dmhi.ct.ro/index.html
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Constanta Shipyard

Located in the Black Sea area, Santierul Naval Constanta SA is ranked among the largest new-buildings and ship-repairs yards in Europe.
Accessible by sea through the Bosphorus Strait, by river through Danube – Black Sea Channel and by air using the International Airport “Mihail Kogalniceanu”, Santierul Naval Constanta SA provides to the worldwide ship-owners and managers the ideal location for building and repairing of sea-going vessels up to 200,000 dwt.
With more than four million dwt delivered during its years of activity both to Romanian and first class European owners, new-buildings ranging both in size – from 1,100 dwt Chemical Tanker to Aframax / Suezmax Tankers or Capesize Bulk Carriers and complexity – from steel pontoons to LPG / Ammonia Carriers and Platform Supply Vessel, Santierul Naval Constanta SA is backed by the experience, professionalism and teamwork of its over 2,300 employees.

http://www.snc.ro/
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