» The Ports of the World are Our Workshop «
MARINE ENTERPRISE is a globally operating engineering service company for marine and general purpose machinery.
Together with partner companies in the major ports of the world our experienced engineers manage after-sales service tasks efficiently – from the first estimate to completion of the job.
Support during ongoing COVID crisis 2021 for marine equipment
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Marine equipment service support during the ongoing Corona crisis
In 2021 the COVID-19 pandemic continues to keep international travels at bay which widely influences remote service engineer dispatches.
Marine Enterprise remains available and offers support to shipping companies and marine equipment manufacturers in Japan. We purchased PCR test kits which allow us to monitor COVID risks in-house at any time and respond to the new health regulations on most vessels.
Through our global partner network we can also check the availability of service engineers in several international ports.
›› Please contact us, if you need inspections or repairs for your vessel machinery.
From May 23 – 25, 2019 we were present at the BARI-SHIP exhibition in Imabari.
Thanks to everyone visiting our booth at the show!
Strengthening our Global Network
This year brought many opportunities for widening and tightening the worldwide service partner network of MARINE ENTERPRISE. In 2018 we signed new agreements with our long-time partners in Belgium and South Africa and we established ties with four companies from the ship repair and engineering industry in Australia, Germany, India and The Netherlands. The dots on our ›› global map are increasing!
In 2019 we will focus our networking activities on developing new partnerships in relevant ports of Northern America.
Meeting WW Top Officials at Kanazawa Port
In November we met executives from Wallenius Wilhelmsen (WW) Norway and WW Ocean Japan at Kanazawa Port and exchanged thoughts about IoT and other trends in the shipping industry.
Visit to WW Ocean in Tokyo
In June we paid a visit to the Tokyo office of Wallenius Wilhelmsen Ocean (formerly WWL), one of our long-time customers. We discussed new opportunities and challenges for the servicing of WW's vessels calling at ports in Japan.