Satumarin said the partnership heralded a new chapter in its illustrious background as it will gain access to Marine Nexus’ over 400 global clients via the online platform.
“As we begin this journey, we hope that with the support and input from the industry, we can start to build a platform that leverages the power of the internet to help everyone, be it owners or brokers or buyers or charterers, as it would reduce their prospecting costs through this difficult times.
“With our platform, we will help make marketing more targeted, more efficient and more effective, helping shipping businesses become more sustainable into the future,” Marine Nexus chief executive officer Eric Chean said in the statement.
Recognised as one of the 100 companies in the 7th SME 100 Fast Moving Companies Award 2015 and awarded by SME Corp a rating of five-star under SME Competitiveness Rating for Enhancement in 2016, Satumarin undertakes surveys, inspections and audits of vessels and facilities worldwide since its incorporation in 2010.
The firm is looking to expand into Brunei, Indonesia and Myanmar.
As reported in The Star, 7th October 2016 – http://www.thestar.com.my/business/business-news/2016/10/07/satumarin-in-deal-with-marine-nexus/