About MARITIME CARRIER SHIPPING LINES
Maritime Carrier Shipping Lines is committed to ensuring customers’ needs for quality shipping, logistics and marine services are understood and met.
MARITIME CARRIER SHIPPING LINES is committed to ensuring customers’ needs for quality shipping, logistics and marine services are understood and met. And with over 9,000 professionals working around the clock at more than 300 offices in over 50 countries, we deliver on that promise.maritime shipping line
Since the MARITIME CARRIER SHIPPING LINES operation was set up in 1956, the Group has evolved into the widely-recognised global provider of integrated shipping, logistics, marine and related services we are today. MARITIME CARRIER globalisation strategy is to use steady and consistent geographical expansion, achieved through organic / opportunistic growth, joint ventures, partnerships and acquisitions. MARITIME CARRIER is local in action and global in attitude.
The value of human dignity is one of the cornerstones of MARITIME CARRIER SHIPPING LINES operating philosophy. We value long-term relationships - with business partners, customers, suppliers and our own staff.
Wherever you go, you will find MARITIME CARRIER SHIPPING LINES people striving for excellence in everything they do, driven by a sense of urgency and a desire to meet all their customers’ every service need. That combination of the personal touch with fierce professional pride is our corporate signature.
This is MARITIME CARRIER SHIPPING LINES SERVICES. Welcome to our world!
Denis Askinadze, Managing Director of the Far East Development Fund, says: “It would be hard to overstate the significance of
the NSR for Russia’s economy. It has been an important transport corridor contributing to the economic growth both of the Arctic regions and of Russia as a whole. Pursuing the goal of practical
development of the NSR and drawing on the GAC Russia team’s extensive local knowledge of the Arctic region and global shipping and logistics expertise, we believe that this partnership will address the challenges and help to form a hands-on solution for all users of the NSR.”
Vessel loading and discharging at the port of Tutunciftik is continuing as normal and without any problems today (18 April), despite a fire which broke out at the TUPRAS refinery crude oil unit during maintenance works at 22:40 hours last night (17 April).