Overview

 

MSI business model is to provide the highest quality integrated marine services to the shipping owners on a long term basis.

Our vision is to bring sustainable value to our clients so that we can enable their ships to run safely, efficiently and profitably. Our ultimate goal is to be a valued strategic partner of our owners and be the key enabler for their continuous profitable growth.

MSI today has a wide range of quality owners from Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Japan, China, Korea, Europe and USA. Our customers range from one of the world’s largest mining companies to trading houses, supply chain managers and traditional ship owners. MSI is committed to deliver the highest quality services to our valued customers regardless of their size or origin.

 

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Key Milestones
2004 and earlier

MSI was formerly the Fleet Management Division of IMC Group with 60 ships under management.

2006

Ship Management branch established in China (initially in Shanghai and moved to Qingdao in 2009) to serve the Chinese Owners.

2009

MSI started management of VLOCs after their conversion from VLCCs (supervised by IMC Shipping Services) was completed.

2012

MSI started management of the world’s largest iron ore transshipper at Subic Bay, Philippines. This was after the conversion from VLOC to the Floating Terminal Station (FTS) supervised by IMC Shipping Services. Vessels under management surpassed 50 ships with more than 10 vessels managed by MSI Qingdao.

2013

MSI manages the second converted iron ore transhipper at Subic, Philippines.

2016

Taken over delivery of 4 new 50,000 DWT
Type II oil/chemical tankers and 4 new 64,00 DWT multipurpose vessels
All the new vessels surpassed the EEDI requirement set by MPA Singapore and were awarded the GREEN SHIP Certification

2004 and earlier

MSI was formerly the Fleet Management Division of IMC Group with 60 ships under management.

2006

Ship Management branch established in China (initially in Shanghai and moved to Qingdao in 2009) to serve the Chinese Owners.

2009

MSI started management of VLOCs after their conversion from VLCCs (supervised by IMC Shipping Services) was completed.

2012

MSI started management of the world’s largest iron ore transshipper at Subic Bay, Philippines. This was after the conversion from VLOC to the Floating Terminal Station (FTS) supervised by IMC Shipping Services. Vessels under management surpassed 50 ships with more than 10 vessels managed by MSI Qingdao.

2013

MSI manages the second converted iron ore transhipper at Subic, Philippines.

2016

Taken over delivery of 4 new 50,000 DWT
Type II oil/chemical tankers and 4 new 64,00 DWT multipurpose vessels
All the new vessels surpassed the EEDI requirement set by MPA Singapore and were awarded the GREEN SHIP Certification