MARITIME CARRIER SHIPPING LINES focuses on long-term commitments and lasting relationships with customers, suppliers and partners.
Our financial strength, global reach, strong reputation and innovation enable us to expand in step with our customers worldwide, responding to their needs and the changing demands of local, regional and global markets.
Our customers are central to everything we do. It is their ever-increasing demand for competitive solutions that drives us to refine and integrate our services to meet their needs.
Shipping was OUR first business unit, dating back to when our first office opened in Kuwait, to provide lightering and ship agency services, in 1956. Today, MARITIME CARRIER SHIPPING LINES is one of the world’s biggest providers of services to ship owners and operators.
Our Logistics operation originated from our forwarding, warehousing and distribution operations in Dubai. Today, our Logistics has grown into a global network providing a rich array of general and specialist logistics services.
our Marine operation centres around our modern and expanding fleet of supply craft and barges that provide vital support for offshore exploration, construction and production, heavy lift cargo towage, etc. our Marine operates in key locations in the Middle East Gulf, West Africa and Caspian Sea.
MARITIME CARRIER SHIPPING LINES takes full advantage of the diversity of our portfolio of services, our worldwide infrastructure, resources and expertise to deliver integrated solutions that result in time and cost efficiency. Sectors such as the oil & gas industry, in particular, benefit from our unique ability to offer a tailor-made service package covering ship agency, bunker fuels, project logistics, offshore logistics and more. Other sectors that can benefit from our wide range of services include cruise, dry bulk, automotive, FMCG, retail, technology, healthcare, sports, entertainment/events, projects, offshore, etc.
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).