Bahrain based M & Y Marine Services W.L.L is onwards with its plan to develop and expand its services to meet the growing demand of the market.

Marketing Manager Suzanne Selim told Robban Assafina during Saudi Maritime Congress 2023, held September 20-21, that as the development of projects and business of the shipping sectors have flourished in the market compared to previous years, in line with a new era of artificial intelligence, the company will continue to serve its clients to their best expectations.

Selim commented: “Since we commenced our business in 2016, we have been serving the maritime sector as representative for suppliers, ship repair and maintenance, pickling, and passivation for stainless steel tanks and other services. We will continue to lead more opportunities and collaborations in the coming future to cope with the new market needs and keep up to date with new products/trends.”


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Speaking of the company’s participation in the recent Saudi Maritime Congress, Selim said: “It is one of the leading global maritime events in the region. We had the chance to participate and meet with many exhibitors and sponsors as well as companies to discuss mutual collaboration and potential opportunities through our company M&Y Marine Services W.L.L.”

M&Y Marine Services W.L.L was established in March 2016, with a passion for the maritime industry and commitment to its partners and clients to provide them with the best services. In this regard, Selim outlines the company's mission: “We aspire to be the leading consultancy service provider of maritime and dry dock sectors, with an aim to have the biggest satisfied client base in the region.

Our mission is to help both yards and ship owners streamline their best professional advice and technical support. We strive to use our experience to ensure the best utilization of resources to help clients  meet all their set targets and minimize downtime on ships and shipyards.

Robban Assafina, Issue 88, Nov./ Dec. 2023, Maritime Host, pg. 91


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Issue 88 of Robban Assafina

(Nov./ Dec. 2023)


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