Nature of Business
Uniteam Marine Pte. Ltd., Singapore was founded in 2008 and is part of Uniteam Marine, a multinational Group of Companies with offices in Cyprus, Germany, Myanmar and Ukraine. The Company is actively involved in all aspects of ship management. The services include crew management, technical management and full operations, ship brokering, post-chartering operations, freight management as well as financial administration, consultancy and ISM/ISO 9001:2008 services.
Uniteam Marine has always been committed to quality and has its quality system modelled upon the ISO 9000 standard, incorporating the requirements of the IMO's ISM Code. The Quality System ISO 9001:2008 has also been implemented in Uniteam Marine's worldwide offices.
Uniteam Marine manages a fleet consisting of container vessels, bulk carriers, multi purpose vessels as well as a floating storage and offloading vessel. All ships are supplied with carefully selected qualified and experienced officers and ratings to suit clients' needs.
Uniteam Marine continually monitors and assesses crew competency levels. All training requirements are serviced by Uniteam Training based in Myanmar.
Uniteam Training provides competency based training solutions for the marine, oil & gas and industrial sectors. The state-of-the-art facilities include two full mission bridge simulators (360 degrees and 270 degrees), several ECDIS simulators as mini-bridges, an engine room simulator, a high voltage simulator, welding, crane and mooring simulators, an advanced firefighting trainer as well as various mechanical, electrical and fitter workshops. Uniteam Training is equipped with a survival theatre, a wave action indoor swimming pool where various training is provided under the most realistic conditions. The training centre and courses are certified by DNV GL, OPITO and AWS.
Our philosophy is to provide quality services and crewmembers who embrace wholeheartedly Uniteam Marine's spirit of teamwork and dedication, ensuring the smooth running and operational efficiency of the ships.