Seascape represents and collaborates with leading factories and suppliers from Asia, Europe, USA, UAE and Latin America for the provision of vessel engine parts, deck equipment and repair services. From its establishment, Seascape has built an impressive record in providing top quality services, with the interest of the client as the “heart” of our business philosophy and operating practice.
Today, we offer our services to over 200 ship management companies in Greece and Cyprus, and represent 18 of the most reputable engine factories and trading houses.
World-renown engines from the most reputable factories.
Ship repairs using highly qualified teams.
Deck equipment, including synthetic and steel wire ropes, from established manufacturers through our global network in Europe, USA, UAE, Singapore and Korea.
Starting in 2005 with two representations, YANMAR ENGINEERING and DIESEL UNITED (which has been recently renamed to IHI POWER SYSTEMS), today we are proud to represent exclusively HITACHI ZOSEN, and another 15 of the most reputable factories & trading houses.
Since 2012, we have been serving our customers’ needs for deck equipment through TEHO EUROPE, MEP DECK SOLUTIONS and SIN SENG HUAT (QIDONG) MARINE EQUIPMENT, offering excellent quality products supported by a team of highly skilled executives with more than 30 years’ experience in the field.
We are delighted to have just started our collaboration with Genesis Solutions Pte Ltd in Singapore, a well-established firm that harness technology’s latest evolution – IoT, artificial intelligence and machine learning – to monitor provisions’ sytems.
Providing top quality services in ship safety
Adding value for the customer through excellent support
Creating synergies for lower costs
Building strong and long-lasting relationships
Growing continuously based on a long-term vision
Raising quality standards for the industry
Working in a client-centered way
Providing highly customized services
Promoting sustainable and innovative solutions
Applying a Corporate Social Responsibility strategy
Supporting Greek artists and culture