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Varna Maritime Limited

Varna Maritime Limited

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Varna Maritime is a ship repair and engineering service provider located in the port of Varna, Bulgaria. Founded in 1991 the company initially performed mainly emergency repairs of vessels on-site, however since 1996 the shipyard is engaged with dry docking services and accommodation of various commercial fleet vessels trading in Black Sea. The company offers full range of ship repair and reconstruction services including hull welding, piping, electrical and mechanical overhauls, hull and hold treatment and dry dock services, cast iron stitching and manufacturing of custom-tailored steel work pieces for various industries – shipping, mining, paper production.

Varna Maritime employs various experts in the field of integrated ship repair services which can offer every demanding client flexible technical solutions. The yard combines technological knowledge and experience in ship repair for more than 25 years that give a better insight into the individual requirements of each single client and enable it to provide more efficient ship repair service. Varna Maritime holds a membership in the Metalock International Association and in the Marine Cluster Bulgaria. The company cooperates successfully with all major international classification societies - DNV GL, Bureau Veritas, Lloyd’s Register, Russian Maritime Register of Shipping and management system is ISO 9001:2008 certified by DNV GL.

Managing an engineering SME senior company officers are focused on standardization and improvement of the ship repair operations, increasing profitability by introducing new technologies, increasing efficiency by using technical facilities and work power, optimization of the organizational structure, re-training of the staff. Varna Maritime strives to internationalize its current business and trade markets, while expanding its knowledge database by collaborating within international environment on sustainable software and equipment solutions, which are targeted by the SHIPLYS initiative as well.